Thursday, February 09, 2006
A beach hut is a small, usually wooden, building above the high tide mark on popular bathing beaches. Beach huts are used for changing into and out of swimming costumes and to provide a base for informal family recreation. Some beach huts have some simple equipment to prepare food and hot drinks.
Huts are of wooden construction and are available on Hove Promenade only. The council owns the sites themselves and licences are granted for you to place a beach hut there. Terms and Conditions are imposed regarding the condition, decoration and use of the huts.
There are believed to be around 20,000 beach huts in the U.K.
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