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Britain’s unspoilt beaches

Joy Persaud / 19 July 2018

We don’t all want bouncy castles, tacky tourist shops and gaudy piers. Here is Joy Persaud’s guide to getting away from the hustle and bustle.

1) Coppet Hall, Pembrokeshire

Coppet Hall is a sheltered sandy beach that lies on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. It has gentle tides and rock pools on its eastern side for those who like to hunt for crabs and other sealife. An old tramway

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