Thanet beaches dog ban

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May 15th 2020 - Healthy Travel Information

Stay at home... In the interest of the health and safety of our residents and visitors during the COVID-19 outbreak, we are currently Safer staying at home.
Visitors are asked to NOT visit the Beach at this time, but rather reschedule or plan for a future visit when this health threat passes.

Currently Thanet has no provisions for visitors.
- no public toilets, they are closed..
- limited parking for local resident..
- shops are closed..

We ask you to not visit the beaches at this time.
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Thanet beaches dog ban 2017
It is worth remembering that a Dog Ban exists on most of Thanets beaches and promenades, however these are exclusions based on the time of year, or time of day in some cases, read on for more.
Note: Ignoring this dog ban beach rule could see you getting fined.

From 1 May to 30 September, dogs are NOT Allowed at any time during any part of the day or evening on the following beaches:

– Minnis Bay (Main Area)

– Viking Bay
– Cliftonville
– Walpole Bay

– Main Sands

– Main Sands (Harbour end)

From 1 May to 30 September, dogs are NOT allowed during the hours of 10.00 hrs to 18.00 hrs on the following beaches:

– Botany Bay
– Joss Bay
– Lousia Bay
– Stone Bay
– Westbrook
– Westbrook Bay
– Westgate
– West Bay
– St Mildred’s Bay

Dogs ARE allowed on the following beaches at any time, all year round.

– Grenham Bay
– Epple Bay

– Dumpton Gap
– Kingsgate Bay
– Cliftonville
– Foreness Point
– Sacketts Gap
– Palm Bay

– Fulsom Rock

– Eastcliff
– Western Undercliff

Clean seaside bill of health:

The beaches in Thanet have won the most Blue Flags in the nation, this is of great significance as they are now ranked amongst the cleanest in the world in accordance with the challenging new EU requirements.

These Tighter standards included:

1) Environmental Education and Information
2) Water Quality
3) Environme-ntal Management
4) Safety and Services

All the details of the Blue Flag requirements can be found here

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