COUNCIL RE-OPEN ALUM BAY STEPS AHEAD OF VISITOR INFLUX

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The Isle of Wight Council has re-opened the steps that lead down onto the beach at Alum Bay.

Work has been completed to repair the steps that make up part of Public Footpath T22 after the route was deemed unsafe.

Access to the beach is now open – just in time for the anticipated influx of visitors to the Isle of Wight post-lockdown.

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dot
dot
1 month ago

shame the council can’t repair the steps down to Luccombe beach

Fedup
Fedup
Reply to  dot
1 month ago

Or the ones down onto Shanklin Beach from Rylstone Park.

ron ashton
ron ashton
Reply to  dot
1 month ago

Bit of a silly statement it still has to go before six steering committees and the full council
which takes us up to November 2025

Miss sensible
Miss sensible
1 month ago

Shame they can’t fix the floating bridge for the islanders 1st !!!! .

ron ashton
ron ashton
1 month ago

If the council are involved i think i might give those steps a miss.

bobthebuilder
bobthebuilder
1 month ago

visitor influx alum bay…..ohh buy your coloured sand na rather stay at home

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