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Berrow and Brean beaches re-open for parking as access roads are cleared of storm debris

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Berrow Beach and Brean Beach have re-opened to vehicles for parking after the access roads were cleared of debris which had washed up during the stormy high tides.

Somerset Council says its staff and contractors have been working hard to resolve the issues after high winds coincided with high Spring tides.

The debris, pictured above, was removed on Thursday (April 11th) to enable the beach access road to fully re-open.

Work is still being carried out at the Brean beach entrance, and that beach is not yet open to vehicles.

Burnham-On-Sea jetty also remains closed. A council spokeswoman said: “We have contractors taking a look and then further inspections are scheduled to check the work next week.”

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