Seaton beach scrapes pass for water quality

PUBLISHED: 15:49 31 May 2010 | UPDATED: 01:16 16 June 2010

SEATON beach has narrowly avoided being labelled dirty after scraping a pass for the quality of its water by the Marine Conservation Society (MSC).

SEATON beach has narrowly avoided being labelled 'dirty' after scraping a pass for the quality of its water by the Marine Conservation Society (MSC).

Tests carried out last summer, gave the beach a 'basic pass' for the minimum legal quality standard due to sewage overflows.


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