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Public meeting about bathing water quality at Heacham to be held tomorrow

A public meeting about the quality of bathing water at a West Norfolk beach will be held tomorrow.

Heacham Parish Council will be hosting a public meeting to discuss bathing water quality, including presentations from Anglian Water and the Environment Agency.

The meeting, being held at the Public Hall on Station Road in Heacham, on Wednesday at 6pm, is set to include a summary of the water quality of Heacham and Hunstanton and a review of Heacham Wastewater Treatment Works.

Heacham North Beach..
Heacham North Beach..

Investigations into water quality concerns completed by Anglian Water and the Environment Agency, and planned investments and future investigations will also be discussed.

Residents and councillors have previously raised concerns over the quality of the water on Heacham’s beach after it was deemed to be “poor” in the annual survey by Surfers Against Sewage.

There will be a Q&A session following these presentations.

A spokesperson from Heacham Parish Council said: “We appreciate that people may not be able to attend this event who wish to learn more about water quality in Heacham.

“Anglian Water has provided the parish council with a leaflet on Heacham bathing water quality which is available after the event.”

If you have a question and are unable to attend the meeting, email office@heacham-pc.gov.uk with your question and the parish council will submit your question on your behalf.

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