seaside resorts

It's a strange thing, living in a holiday resort: particularly strange, maybe, when you haven't always lived there and it used to be somewhere you went for a daytrip on a Summer day.
With my inevitable post-Christmas return to work looming large on the horizon, I decided that a quick family getaway was in order, one last hurrah with my wife and daughter before I had to go back to the daily commuter grind.
More than six million Britons are set to make overnight-stay trips at home and abroad over the bank holiday weekend. With
Britain's seaside towns have become 'a dumping ground' British seaside resorts are among the poorest parts of the country
Britain's seaside towns have become 'a dumping ground' Crowds used to flock to Britain's seaside towns, with the likes of
Britain's once-proud seaside resorts have become 'dumping grounds' for hard-up people and benefit claimants, according to