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Safety

Cornwall's beaches can be the highlight of a holiday in Cornwall. But each year
the summer season is marred by news of fatal accidents on Cornwall's coast.

Rip currents can make bathing hazardous. There are often warning signs at the beach
if there are dangerous currents but sometimes there are no warning signs.

In summer many of the more popular beaches have a lifeguard and there is
a flag system in use to indicate safe areas for water use.



Many beaches do not have warning signs or lifeguards. This does not mean that
they are safe.

There are other potential dangers on beaches such as getting cut off by high tide,
crumbling cliffs and steep and crumbling paths to the beach

 

 

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