Beach is still a peach

Evening Telegraph (First Edition) - - Front Page -

BROUGHTY Ferry beach has re­tained its sta­tus as one of Scot­land’s t op wa­ter­front des­ti­na­tions.

The beach has once again been given a Scot­tish Beach Award by Keep Scot­land Beau­ti­ful which recog­nised t he “high stan­dards pro­vided to users”.

The beach was praised for pro­vid­ing ex­cel­lent in­for­ma­tion and ac­ces­si­ble ameni­ties, as well as keep­ing the sand lit­ter-free.

Keep Scot­land Beau­ti­ful de­scribed Broughty Ferry as “a sandy beach flanked by dunes”.

It added: “The beach boasts lovely views across the Tay Es­tu­ary to the north coast of Fife. It is home to a na­ture con­ser­va­tion site where a re­mark­able ar­ray of wildlife can be found, in­clud­ing birds, seals and even the oc­ca­sional por­poise.”

Anti-lit­ter cam­paign­ers last week hit out at beach­go­ers who dumped cans, bags and take­away food con­tain­ers near the Cas­tle Rocks in Broughty Ferry dur­ing the warm weather, and called for more bins to placed in the area.

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