Why would people bother going to the coast on a BH weekend (UK). I just took some rubbish to our local tip and was caught up in a huge?
tail-back coming home to the N.Cornwall coast where we live. Luckily I know the back roads but makes me wonder whether all those people will be waiting to find a parking spot, come late Monday!!
- vambo number sixLv 67 months agoFavourite answer
I live on the north coast of Cornwall, too. I assume they come because it's beautiful! It must be hard work on the roads, though. It's getting pretty busy in our village already.
- robert xLv 77 months ago
the lucky ones came down on friday.
- WhoLv 77 months ago
who on earth would somebody living in a holiday spot take rubbish to a tip on a BH?
- Anonymous7 months ago
The queued cars don't bother us. We take our motorcycles and sail past the gridlocked sheep.
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- Jack HLv 77 months ago
When I worked for the Union, we always had an extra days holiday after Bank Holiday Mondays, I asked why after a while, the Regional Secretary and his second in command were both keen caravanners so we all gained because they preferred to drive home on the Tuesday. I used to avoid the coast whenever possible over bank holiday weekends...
- BiffLv 77 months ago
Beaches are popular visitor destinations when it is sunny. That's why so many people fly to the 'Costas' where sunshine is almost guaranteed.
I had a job in mid-Cornwall for a while which involved driving. That was at a time when the Eden Project was a popular wet weather destination so there was no escape from visitors' traffic jams wet weather or dry. I tried to schedule jobs to avoid the hell of Newquay.
Don't forget these visitors bring money to your county and keep many businesses going.