South Shields Seafront and Promenade (England) Reviews
Newest Review: ... beach away from the funfair and amusement arcades, and locally referred to as the little beach. The beach consists of very fine light golden sand and is ideal for young families, throughout the summer weekly sandcastle building competitions and pirate treasure trails are held here to help entertain the kids, the sand shelves very gently into the North Sea and is suitable for even the smallest children to paddle in, there are ample Lifeguards on duty here, public toilets and a first aid building. The North Pier was actually built to stop the sand from Littlehaven beach washing out into the Tyne and the two piers give shelter to the beach. ... more
Customer South Shields Seafront and Promenade (England) Reviews (1)
by - written on 06/04/02, updated on 06/04/02 (Very useful, 1377 readings)
No matter what the weather is like Easter weekend always heralds the opening of South Shields Ocean Beach Amusement Park and brings scores of families down to the Seafront and Promenade. There is always plenty of life on and around the seafront, which has some of the best beaches in the region. The promenade is divided into two, the North Promenade and South Promenade, the North Promenade starts at the Groyne where facilities are provided for those interested in water sports, here you find a sailing club and can book a cause of sailing lessons, wind-surfing instruction and canoeing, my youngest son enjoyed a six week course of canoeing classes here, courtesy of ... Read the complete review
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