Motorhomes have been warned that they could face a £ 1,000 fine if they choose to stay overnight on a popular beach.
Council staff will patrol the beaches of Bournemouth 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to ensure that anyone who decides to violate an overnight camp ban will get an “unpleasant night’s sleep.”
It is said that drinkers can not only be prosecuted for their troubles, but can also be fined £ 1,000 for camping on the beach.
They are faced with being awakened by council workers and told to leave the popular area.
Bournemouth, Christchurch and the Pool Council have hired an additional 75 staff to assist the authorities in managing the 15-mile beach.
A council spokesman said: “As part of our seasonal plan, we have a 24-hour beach patrol to deal with beach camps.
“Our beach is not a place to camp overnight, and those who choose to camp on the beach are at risk of prosecution and a £ 1,000 fine.
“Our beach patrol team repeatedly visits them to collect evidence before taking prosecution, so anyone thinking of camping on the beach can expect an unpleasant night’s sleep. I will. “
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During the summer of 2020, the council suffered from huge demand for beaches, causing road congestion and irresponsible parking.
He added: “Additional guards, Covid-19 Marshall, and additional CSAS officers will be stationed above the hotspot area to provide a unified presence and address antisocial behavior and Covid-19 regulations.
“Additional policing was also procured for major busy dates.
“Public toilets remain open in key locations during extended business hours until night, with additional cleansing operations.
“We welcome responsible visitors to the resort, but it becomes clear.
“A person who treats things carefully, acts rationally, and cares about himself.”
People found camping on the beach in Bournemouth, woke up and handed a £ 1,000 fine
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