Seaside Awards for Blackpool Beaches

Seaside Awards for Blackpool Beaches

There are more Seaside Awards for Blackpool Beaches in 2019! The national awards, announced by Keep Britain Tidy, once again recognise Blackpool Central, South, North and Bispham for high standards.

Unfortunately, the Blue Flag at Blackpool South Beach which had been in place for three years, has been lost due to a 1.89% drop in water quality. Still, the resort has an entire coastline of award winning beaches.

Video: Looking over Blackpool Beach from pier to pier

Blackpool beach pier to pier

Seaside Awards for Blackpool Beaches

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These awards celebrate some of the best beaches in the country. The beaches which have once again won Seaside Awards are Blackpool North beach opposite the Tower, Blackpool Central beach and Bispham beach. South Beach also won a Seaside Award this year.

Seaside Awards for Blackpool Beaches - Blackpool Central Beach
One of the beautiful Blackpool Beaches: Central promenade

The flag is a symbol of quality which ensures visitors are guaranteed to find a clean, safe, attractive and well-managed coastal stretch.

There are miles of coastline for you to explore and enjoy in Blackpool. Go and take a walk on our golden sandy beaches – it’s good for the soul!

Seaside Awards for Blackpool Beaches - Blackpool Central Beach
Seaside Awards for Blackpool Beaches – Blackpool Central Beach
Seaside Awards for Blackpool Beaches - Blackpool Central Beach
Blackpool Beaches – central with Tower Festival Headland behind you

Dogs on Beaches

In order to keep Blackpool’s beaches clean, dogs are excluded from the beach from 31 May to 1 October.

This includes the area between the southern side of North Pier and Mirror Ball at the Solaris Centre on New South Promenade, plus all the slopes and staircases leading to the beach.

More details about dogs on beaches here

Blackpool Central Beach and North Pier
One of the beautiful Blackpool Beaches: looking towards North Pier

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