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Beach Safety

Camber Beach Safety Information

BEACH SAFETY:

Please read the signs and look for the safety flags and at the entrances to the beach                                                         

Orange Flag  = No Inflatables due to offshore wind
Red Flag = No bathing advised as unsuitable bathing sea conditions

Please take care when you bathe: -

  • If you are not a competent swimmer
  • Fully dressed
  • After drinking alcohol
  • Under the influence of drugs
  • If you have a medical condition
  • If you do not understand local sea and weather conditions
  • If you are not familiar with the seaside

You will increase the risk to your own safety if you do not take care

BEACH ZONES:

The beach is zoned for safety and convenience, this identifies the areas set aside for bathing, dog control areas, horse riding and extreme sports.  For further information look at the signs or contact the Coastal Officer.

WRISTBANDS:

Please put a wristband on your child.  They are available free of charge from the Coastal Office or Beach Patrol Staff and bases on the beach.  Wristbands will help to ensure your child is found quickly and safely if he/she becomes lost.

BARBEQUES:

Camber is a unique but fragile environment.  Please do not start fires, and take care with barbeques.  Use only those on legs so that they are raised above the sand and you take away with you.  DO NOT use disposable BBQs – they can and do cause burns and injuries if left on the Sands and can and do cause fires if put in litter bins.

Please put litter in bins or take it home with you.

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