£12.1m St Annes sea wall: New images, dates for work revealed and what will happen to beach huts, golf course and miniature railway

The future of St Annes Miniature Railway, beach huts and mini golf course has been revealed as part of major plans to transform the town’s coastline with a new £12.1m sea wall.

The project team including staff representing Fylde Council, designers Jacobs UK, and the contractor Volker Stevin were on hand at St Annes Town Hall on Monday to lead visitors through the project and answer any queries during a one-day public exhibition.

The new sea wall around the Island Site will replace the existing ageing 90-year-old structure which is nearing the end of its design life and is at increasing risk of overtopping and structural damage.

For anyone who was unable to visit the one-day exhibition on Monday, the display boards will be available to view each weekday at the Town Hall this week and on Monday, August 8, from 9am until 5pm.

The display boards, with the opportunity to comment, are also available digitally at www.fylde.gov.uk

Take a look at the exhibition, artist’s impressions and details of the scheme – including what will happen to the beach huts, mini golf course and miniature railway – below.

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