The Big 10: Your favourite beach
THIS week’s Big 10 question is about your favourite beach.
“Caswell, I have fond memories of going there when I was a child with my family.”
Chris Ramsell, media student
“Barcleycove in West Cork, Ireland, has to be my fave. Apart from being stunning and tranquil, I think your best beach is as much about your memories of being there as much as anything else, and I have some great memories of family times there.”
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Paul Turner, Swwmedia Deputy News Editor
“Rhossili, it’s the most breathtaking beach in the world.”
Swansea-born writer Rebecca Lewis, now living in South Africa.
“Venice Beach California - unbelievable sports beach.”
Wayne Jones, a laser operator from Cwmgors
“It has got to be Aberavon Beach. I used to go down there a lot with my mother who lived in Swn Y Mor care home and we used to walk along the beach in the morning.
There is a beautiful view.”
Janet Evans from Tonna, who is organising a Walk For Life event along Aberavon seafront on Sunday.
“Gower is lovely, especially Rhossili and Oxwich, but we always go back to Damgan in Brittany – we like the beach, and they have a lovely market there in the Summer.”
Margaret Jones, from Fforestfach, a member of the congregation at Manselton Welsh Baptist Chapel
“It would come down to a choice between Rotherslade, Pwlldu, Three Cliffs and Slade – and I just can’t choose between them.”
Nigel Jenkins author of the acclaimed Gower coffee table book.
“My favourite beach is Three Cliffs, because it is so beautiful, and looks so different throughout the seasons. I go there sometimes to think, it is just beautiful.”
Rachel Webb, head teacher, Hafod Primary School
“Tenby, because when it’s a nice sunny day, it’s just a happy place to go to.”
Laura Hancock, Multicultural Project Worker, Llanelli.
“Downtown Varadero, in Cuba, because it was just miles of white sands completely free of tourists; it was like a secret escape.”
Jay Curtis, Neath-born radio DJ