The 50 Best beaches
With a long, hot summer predicted, there’s no better moment to catch a wave. Rhiannon Batten offers the experts' guide to golden sands and clear blue seas
Friday 03 July 2009
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This week's panel:
Stuart Barrow is the policy manager for VisitEngland (enjoyengland.com/seaside)
John Romans is media & communications coordinator for ENCAMS, which campaigns to keep Britain tidy (encams.org)
Miranda Krestovnikoff is the author of Best British Beaches (£9.99, Pavilion)
Thomas Bell is coastal pollution officer for the Marine Conservation Society and the editor of the Good Beach Guide (goodbeachguide.co.uk)
Andy Cummins is campaigns manager at Surfers Against Sewage (sas.org.uk), a UK-based non profit-making organisation campaigning for clean, safe recreational waters
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