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Letter: Karen Kjolsen October 13, 2017

the town sign on the green, Hunstanton.
the town sign on the green, Hunstanton.

How short-sighted to even consider the closure of the public convenience at Sea Lane.

Have any borough council members visited this area, on a summer’s day? It is much used, even given the run-down state. Many families and walkers use this area all year round, part of the Norfolk coastal path, so what are the alternatives? Beware beach hut owners, I am afraid it will be your properties which will bear the brunt of this decision. Hunstanton appears to be a cash cow for the borough council, with very little done in recognition.


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