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Fraserburgh Beach repair works near completion

Councillor Brian Topping has welcomed a series of repairs which have taken place at Fraserburgh Beach recently.

Councillor Brian Topping has welcomed a series of repairs which have taken place at Fraserburgh Beach recently.

A Fraserburgh and District Councillor has expressed his delight with the progress of ongoing maintenance works at the Broch beach.

Fraserburgh and District councillor Brian Topping has told the Fraserburgh Herald he is very pleased with a series of repairs which he has been pushing for at the beach.

A number of upgrades have been undertaken in recent weeks, including repairs to the outside toilets, which have been painted inside and out, and the refacing and repairing of two shelters.

In addition, fences have been repainted by people undertaking community service and graffiti is due to be removed in the near future.

And new climbing equipment is due to arrive in the next couple of weeks, completing the programme of works at the popular seaside spot.

Councillor Topping has also been pushing for additional cleaning to take place at the prom.

Commenting on the improvements, Councillor Topping said: “I’m obviously very pleased indeed that things I’ve been pushing hard to get done have now been done.

“The ladies and gents toilets have been painted inside and outside and I’m glad other things have been done including repairs to the shelters and graffiti to be removed very shortly.

“I’m very grateful to council staff for their hard work in attending to my concerns.

“I’m only disappointed they hadn’t been done for the start of the summer season as I had hoped.”

 

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