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No swim notice issued for Louth’s Seapoint beach

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The no swim notice is expected to extend over the next four days.

The no swim notice is expected to extend over the next four days.

The no swim notice is expected to extend over the next four days.

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There has been a no swim notice released for the Seapoint Beach area due to the quality of water deteriorating due to suspected agricultural activities/runoff.

There are current swim restrictions in place due to pollution and is expected to extend over the next four days.

Bathing is prohibited. 

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The beach at Seapoint is large and open consisting of sand and shingle. The bathing water is located in an area backing onto sand dunes.

The designed bathing area is approximately 1270m in length. The designated bathing area is divided by the mouth of the Termonfeckin River, with a small rocky area and sand bars to the south of the bathing area. 


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