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UK beach bans to come into force

Beaches across the UK are set to reintroduce bans on dogs.

Councils impose restrictions as visitor numbers increase and temperatures escalate meaning a number of beaches have limited ‘dog-friendly’ areas during this time.

Some of the beaches will not allow dogs from 1 May to 30 September, while others are from July through to the end of August.

Many beaches ban dogs across the entire sand area, while others are partial bans, and walkers could be issued with an on-the-spot fine if they are caught breaking the restrictions.

In addition, many beaches are affected by public spaces protection orders.

Dog walkers are advised to check local council websites to find out the specifics and which beaches are banned.

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