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Lifeguarding Lessons for Kids This Summer

23 July 2019

The Eastbourne Beach Lifeguard team will once again be teaching youngsters how to stay safe on the beach and in the sea this summer as part of the fun Tyro Lifeguard course being held throughout the school holidays in July and August.

Kids Learn How to Be Beach Safe This Summer

16 July 2018

Children aged between 8-14 can learn how to stay safe on the beach and in the sea this summer with the Tyro Lifeguard course being run by the Eastbourne Beach Lifeguard team throughout the school summer holidays.

State of the Art Changing Places Facility Opens in Eastbourne

7 September 2017

Eastbourne Seafront unveils a brand new, state of the art Changing Places offering a safe, hygienic and dignified changing facility for users with additional needs, located next to Eastbourne Bandstand on the Middle Grand Parade. The facility has been made possible through funding from Eastbourne Borough Council.

Grand Design Beach Hut Unearthed on Eastbourne Beach

24 July 2017

The first of Eastbourne’s iconic beach huts has been unveiled on Eastbourne beach, following on from an ambitious international architectural design competition.

New Speed Limit for Jetski’s off Eastbourne Beaches

10 July 2017

Swimmers will be better protected this summer as Eastbourne’s Seafront team introduce a new 5mph speed limit zone either side of the Pier, preventing fast moving watercraft from entering the area.

Eastbourne Lifeguards Back in Action at the Beach

2 May 2017

Eastbourne lifeguards will be back in action at the beach this week, to look after the safety of tourists and locals alike, between May 1 and September 30.

Seafront Team Step Up Lifesaving Equipment

21 September 2016

Eastbourne Borough Council’s Seafront team have added extra lifesaving measures to the seafront this summer, with two new defibrillators on hand for emergencies.

Flame design wins seafront sculpture competition

3 August 2016

A twisting flame to be made from steel and damaged two pence coins reclaimed from Eastbourne Pier fire has been chosen as the dramatic design for a new seafront sculpture.

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