Clevedon Civic Society’s seafront seating project completed

PUBLISHED: 16:00 25 November 2017

The ribbon to the new seating area was cut by councillors Linda Little and Chris Blades.

The ribbon to the new seating area was cut by councillors Linda Little and Chris Blades.

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A new seating area has been unveiled on the site of a derelict toilet block on Clevedon seafront.

Clevedon Civic Society, the town council and North Somerset Council removed the men’s toilet block in Marine Parade, opposite Clevedon Pier, and have replaced it with new seats, plants and a sign showing directions to points of interest in the town.

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A civic society spokesman said: “The sign was donated by That Copy Shop in Alexandra Road and the contractor was A G Neads Ltd.

“The ribbon was cut together by councillor Chris Blades, chairman of North Somerset Council, and councillor Linda Little, chairman of Clevedon Town Council.

“This followed a speech by James Foulds, chairman of Clevedon Civic Society, who warmly thanked everyone involved.

“Afterwards there were refreshments in the Porthole Room of Clevedon Pier.”


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