Northumbria Police are asking visitors to play their part this Bank Holiday
Northumbria Police are well prepared for a busy spring and summer season on Northumberland’s beaches and are asking visitors to play their part in looking after the beautiful coastline.
Northumberland boasts more than 30 miles of immaculate beaches, with everything from castle-side coastline to sea-view pubs and attracting everyone from dog walkers and surfers to dolphin spotters and sandcastle builders.
Throughout the months ahead, police will be working with a range of partners as part of a targeted initiative to help ensure people can enjoy the area safely while encouraging all to act responsibly.
They will be building on this activity over the weekend, as the border county is expected to see an influx of visitors, with people once again allowed to travel between Scotland and England combined with the fact it is also a Bank Holiday.
Rural Inspector John Swan said:
“While some April showers are forecast, we’re prepared for this to be a busy Bank Holiday weekend…