High tides warning in Burnham, Brean and Berrow this week
walkers have been warned to be aware of high tides in Burnham-On-Sea,
Brean and Berrow over the coming days, after several people got
cut-off on Saturday evening.
series of high tides is due on Monday and Tuesday, prompting Coastguards
to warn beach walkers and motorists to take extra caution by checking
tide times to avoid getting into difficulty.
high tide times in Burnham-On-Sea
on Bank Holiday Monday will be at 8.42am (11.7m) and 9.03pm (12m).
On Tuesday, the high tides will occur at 9.26am (11.8m) and 9.46pm
wardens will be clearing beach parking areas in advance of the
high tides to try and avoid any motorists getting into difficulty.
Saturday, several beach walkers got cut-off in Burnham after being
caught unaware by the tides.
people waded into the sea to get around the rocky area near the
beach entrance at Allandale Road," local resident Simon Fisher
told Burnham-On-Sea.com. "They were fine, but it's never
sensible to put yourself at risk. There are some very high tides
this week which could easily see people get cut off."