Guernsey

Portelet Bay voluntary warden 'a success'

Portelet Bay slipway
Image caption Problems were reported launching boats from the slipway

Introducing a voluntary warden at a Guernsey beach, after claims fishermen were being obstructed from using the slipway, has been hailed as a success.

Portelet Harbour, at the southern end of Rocquaine Bay is not only popular with beach users in good weather but is also a working harbour.

Fishermen have reported problems launching boats as access to the slipway has been blocked or restricted.

Torteval Douzaine said so far complaints had fallen under the scheme.

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