Posts Tagged "beach"

Photo of the day: Shelly Bay Beach

Posted by on Jul 1, 2011 in Editor's Choice | 0 comments

Photo of the day: Shelly Bay Beach

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Mystery surrounds future of Warwick Long Bay

Posted by on Oct 24, 2010 in Local News & Alerts | 0 comments

Mystery surrounds future of Warwick Long Bay

PLANS to build a bar and restaurant on Warwick Long Bay have returned to the Planning Department for approval. The ‘Sandbar’ project, headed by Belcario Thomas, was originally put forward in 2008, according to ZBM. The plans sparked a community debate — environmental activists expressed concern that the restaurant would damage the area’s natural beauty; Mr. Thomas said the project would cause no damage to the environment and be completely removed during the off–season. The original application was granted on appeal by Environment Minister Glenn Blakeney. His decision was...

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WATCH video: Rough seas at Astwood Cove, Saturday evening

Posted by on Sep 19, 2010 in Local News & Alerts | 0 comments

Bermuda Wired Deputy Editor Tari Trott reports from Astwood Cove Beach on the South Shore this evening (Saturday). He finds a party atmosphere by those spectators gathered, taking pictures and excited by the weather brought by Hurricane Igor. WATCH: *Note: Expect this report to be the last before Igor. Additional reports will be posted AFTER the storm hits Sunday/Monday, or as soon as power is restored.

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Police close area near John Smith’s Bay beach

Posted by on Sep 19, 2010 in Local News & Alerts | 0 comments

Police close area near John Smith’s Bay beach

POLICE have closed South Road in Smith’s parish leading to John Smith’s Bay beach. And they have noticed that some people are ignoring concrete barriers erected west of the beach to Watch Hill. Do not do this, stress Police. A statement pleas, “We are urging members of the public not to walk along the shoreline in that area and to heed the barriers, as they have been placed there for their safety.” That means no ocean sight-seeing in that area according to the erected safety signs.

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