The plot thickens at Cromer as Pier is closed for mystery BBC filming!
Cromer Pier will be closed for a day as a film crew heads to town for a BBC shoot, the details of which are being kept tightly under wraps.
A fascinating insight into the painstaking restoration of Mumbles Pier
The listed structure has many period features, but as work takes place on a £3.2m project which has seen part of the Swansea Bay landmark demolished , a number are having to be removed. Owners, Ameco, have now released a video showing how replacement features for the pier are being crafted locally.
Dare you board the Southend Pier ghost train this Halloween?
The train runs on Saturday, October 20, Saturday, October 27 and Saturday, November 3. It runs from 6.30pm – 8.30pm.
Dancers go pier-to-pier!
MyCharleston, showcases their students dance talents in a new video entitled Charleston Dancing Pier to Pier which brings together dancers on their local piers in Brighton & Hove, Portsmouth, Worthing and Isle of Wight.
Now is the time to catch starling murmurations over Brighton’s Piers!
Roosts in the autumn can begin to form as early as September time, extending throughout the season until November in some places. Now is the perfect time to venture down to Brighton Seafront and witness the incredible performances from the starlings.
Great photos and video showing the evolution of British seaside resorts
Take a nostalgic trip down memory lane from 1896 until today, looking at ten of the UK’s best known beach resorts.
Dover Prince of Wales Pier redevelopment on schedule for February 2019 completion
Under its Dover Western Docks Revival (DWDR) plan, the Port of Dover is redeveloping its former hovercraft terminal and slip into a cargo terminal. This will include two deepwater berths, an extension to the existing Prince of Wales pier, a new marina and pier with channel and lock, as well as berthing facilities, cold storage warehousing and public realm works.
BBC film set on Cromer Pier becomes RNLI Christmas Card!
A Norfolk photographer has been inundated with hundreds of orders worth £1,000 after announcing the sale of Christmas cards of his photographs from the BBC film set on Cromer pier.
A timely reminder of just how far Hastings Pier has come over the last eight years
A look through the archives to recall how the news of Tuesday, October 5, 2010 – one of the town’s darkest days – and the following days were covered.