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Last Updated: Tuesday, 28 February 2006, 21:53 GMT
Beach warning for boats' owners
Boat owners who leave their craft at a beach in Cornwall are being warned they could have them taken away if they fail to use them often enough.

Managers at Cawsand claim too many boatowners are leaving their craft there without using them regularly.

A registration scheme is being considered to smarten the beach up.

Mount Edgcumbe Park manager Ian Berry said under the scheme people would need to use boats at least once every three weeks or face having them removed.




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