Warning over high tides and high winds

People are being advised to stay away from the seafront and beach amid safety fears over high tides and windy weather.

Brighton and Hove City Council said a high spring tide from today until Monday, combined with very wet and windy weather, will create dangerous conditions in the sea and on the beach.

The council's seafront team is advising people to stay away from the water's edge and to be extra vigilant with young children, holding their hands and keeping dogs on leads.

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3:16pm Wed 1 Jan 14

sussexram40 says...

are the argus asking readers to get down to the seafront to take close up pictures of the waves so they can send them in to the argus.
are the argus asking readers to get down to the seafront to take close up pictures of the waves so they can send them in to the argus. sussexram40

6:24pm Wed 1 Jan 14

asbojim says...

no doubt some idiot will go in swimming,
no doubt some idiot will go in swimming, asbojim

8:22pm Wed 1 Jan 14

All 9 of me says...

asbojim wrote:
no doubt some idiot will go in swimming,
Why don't you stay in and have a nice mug of Horlicks instead
[quote][p][bold]asbojim[/bold] wrote: no doubt some idiot will go in swimming,[/p][/quote]Why don't you stay in and have a nice mug of Horlicks instead All 9 of me

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