Many hutters are leaving surplus roofing materials around their huts, following roofing repairs.

You are reminded us that this felting material is extremely inflammable, and so should be taken home for disposal, rather than left to tempt any would-be arsonists!

Needless to say, anything of particular value should also be left at home, rather than at the huts.
Veranda spindles can also be strengthened by nailing wooden beading to the tops an bottoms, I know it’s a pain, but a poorly maintained hut is a vunerable one.

If any repairs are needed, but you are not able yourselves to attend this, our very dependable handyman, Martin Pammant, can be contacted on 077958 33227 or 01227 636988 .

Don’t forget, any damage inflicted on your hut should be reported to the Police, no matter what it is, so that they can keep an accurate record of what is going on.

Ideally, our Secretary know, Marilyn Richards at  or 01227 262066 so that the Association ‘damage spreadsheet’ is also kept up to date.  We can keep up the pressure on the Police with this sort of information.

To report any beach hut crime, call the non-emergency crime number 101, giving them the number and location of your hut (i.e. TW or TE, Long Rock etc.).

Always maintain or attach your hut number to the front of your hut, so that it can be readily identified by passers-by or the Beach Hut Association in the event of weather damage or vandalism. This is a  requirement in any case of your beach hut tenancy agreement. If possible, it would be helpful if those owners of Marine Crescent or Tankerton East huts could include the area, i.e. “TE61” or “MC47”, as these two areas are impossible to identify by passers-by.


If you have any queries about any of this information, please do call the Association Secretary, Marilyn Richards, on 01227 262066.