Walkers in Penrose and Loe Bar Seaside in Cornwall say there was a rise within the variety of tents on the Nationwide Belief web site, regardless of indicators clearly stating that it’s unlawful to camp there. Campers then go away their litter and rubbish, together with the stays of fires, which pose a possible well being hazard, particularly for babies taking part in on the seaside.
One individual informed Cornwall Reside: “At any time when we go down there, particularly on weekends, there are individuals tenting out, particularly at Loe Bar seaside.
“Most of the wild campers are climbing the coastal path and staying there for the evening.
“There are numerous indicators round that say ‘no tenting’.
“We discovered defecation within the hedges, tissue paper within the bushes and a man there over the weekend had a hearth on the prairie.
“It has been happening for weeks now, because the starting of the summer season and final 12 months. It appears that evidently phrase is getting round that it is all for everybody.”
On Monday 1 August, there have been a number of tents on the positioning, burned wooden and an abundance of waste.
Campers are believed to have spent the weekend on the seaside.
A Nationwide Belief signal on the web site south of Porthleven reads: “No fishing, swimming, kayaking, SUP or different water sports activities allowed at Loe Pool.
“No vehicular entry to the Loe Bar. No tenting or in a single day stays. Thanks in your help.”
Categorical On-line contacted the Nationwide Belief for remark.