Further car park closures on Tuesday 9th April as high tide and large waves expected to hit Sefton coastline

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Tomorrow’s 10.2-m high tide combined with a forecast for strong winds gusting up to 54mph mean the beach car park in Hall Road, Crosby, will be closed from 8am until later in the afternoon on Tuesday 9th April.

Wave heights could reach three metres and crash over the sea wall and promenade. 

Officers will be on site to monitor conditions at Crosby, including the cycle path north of the RNLI coastguard station up to Hightown. Spray is also expected in Southport along Marine Drive.

Sefton Council is advising people to take care when travelling along the coastline, and to plan their trip to the beach for another day. For more information about visiting Sefton’s coast, people should visit www.sefton.gov.uk/beaches.