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It appears that Keamari Groyne project may suffer setback, unless pursued.
The scene, left, at the Groyne, on April 19, 1976, and today
About ten years ago, on a hot Bank Holiday Monday, a member of the public alerted us to a young woman who had got stuck on one of the groynes.
In the course of the dike relocation the rechtselbige groyne field is to be measured.
April 19, 1976: The 4,400-tonne collier Duncansby Head beached in dense fog on the soft sand alongside the Groyne lighthouse at South Shields.
The artwork depicting the Groyne and the pier in South Shields has been painted at the Clasper Court Extra Care site following a renovation project.
The proposals include building a rock groyne, rock revetment, promenade raising, concrete stepped revetment, reinforced concrete retaining walls and raising the existing slipway.
RNLI volunteers found a man in the water near Herd Sands, by The Groyne, in South Shields.
For almost 150 years, the Herd Groyne lighthouse has been an icon of the River Tyne and remains a popular attraction for many shipping enthusiasts and photographers.
They all end up staying at the amusingly-named Groyne Hotel - and that's when the fun begins.
Theres still work to do with recharge continuing on a section of the beach past groyne 6 but its progressing well.