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    Being from the North East I'd say Bamburgh! I love it there! The sand is not full of stones and the beaches are really clean

    I lived in the South East of England and found the beaches to be nowhere near as nice (sorry ) but the nearest Seahouses is right near Bamburgh and has all the great amusements, fish n chips, gift shops so its great!

    Mind you I've been to Blackpool and that was nice too, but I'd definately say Bamburgh

    Plus it has a Castle and thats kinda cool
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    You can't beat swimming in piss and beer cans at Southend
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    Worthing :rolleyes:

    Probably either Bournemouth or Portsmouth...or somewhere in Cornwall, i havent been to many
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    I would say Great Yarmouth......................but i would be lying
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    Southend = pikeyville.
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    By the way, the best is Cleethorpes.
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    BRIGHTON obviously wins this 'poll' hands down!!!!!! It's an amazing city, and my home town!!!! Wohooooo! Although, I am leaving it for Bristol in October (gonna miss it, but Bristol is cool too)..... but yeah BRIGHTON ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    St.Ives
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    any sea side town where i can get mr whippy soft icecream :top:

    ...with a 99 flake
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    good old Skeggie..oo I know Cleethorpes....
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    Best seaside town eh....... Urm I'd have to say New Milton.... I love that place........
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    Probably...Wales
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    Not Bournemouth, I might live here but I'm really not a fan of the place...nasty atmosphere IMO. I much prefer Poole.

    Weymouth is quite sweet, and Southport...and Ilfracombe is just brilliant...soo many memories in Llandudno.

    TBH I'm not a massive fan of seaside towns...I prefer sea side villages..a bit of wilderness.
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    LLandudno, thats one of the places which is great in hot weather but depressing as hell if its bad.

    I like Southport, but too many people consider it as an old peoples place with nothing there, but I think it has a lot of charector. I think Morecambe is the most depressing seaside town I have ever been to.

    At least even Conwy has plenty of charector and has some brilliant buildings.
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    I think Morecambe is the most depressing seaside town I have ever been to.
    Hah! You've not been to Ramsgate, then?
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    i enjoy hunstanton becuase you have a great beach, lots of fish and chip shops, arcades, fun fair aaaaaaand £1 shops lol
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    Bridport and West Bay

    - because I live here....
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    St Ives.

    Without a doubt.
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