Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Tag: Clacton-on-Sea

Clacton tops hotel search ranking

Clacton tops hotel search ranking
A study by travel retail analyst Salesfire has revealed that Google searches for hotels in Clacton-on-Sea increased 175 percent in April and May, with the Essex resort topping the list of most searched UK holiday destinations.

Southend hits back at Which? omission

Southend-on-Sea night
Local newspaper Essex Live has criticised a Which? survey of the 100 top UK seaside resorts for omitting Southend-on-Sea, highlighting its array of beaches, activities and transport links.

Skegness defenders rally after Worst Resort rating

Skegness residents and holidaymakers have defended the Lincolnshire town, after a Which? poll saw it ranked last out of 100 UK seaside resorts.

Clacton nails Jolly Roger to the mast

Clacton Pier
Clacton Pier has bowed to public opinion and decided against renaming its oldest and most iconic building - for now at least. The Jolly Roger building was originally built in 1893 as part of the first attempts to convert the pier from a steamer jetty into a leisure destination. Ongoing work at the pier - representing the second-phase of a £4m...

Petition launched to bring Trump to Clacton-on-sea

A controversial bid has been launched to bring Donald Trump to the Essex seaside town of Clacton-on-sea. Sad!   Ex-Ukip councillor Andy Pemberton says he was angered when Greenwich Council banned the leader of the free world from entering the London borough on his state visit to Britain this year, so he started a petition to bring the US billionaire president...

Park Homes announces season extension at two premises

Coinslot - Park Homes Season Extension
Park Homes' Seawick Holiday Park and St Osyth Holiday Village will open from the middle of February following permission from Tendring District Council.   The owner of two holiday parks near Clacton- on-Sea has been granted permission to operate for an additional fortnight each year. The move by one of the sector’s largest operators may open the floodgates for longer opening times...