Sea swimmers and cliff walkers will not be able to get to two popular spots on Guernsey's coastline this week as maintenance work is being carried out at Rousse and Fermain.
The "essential improvements" are being carried out to repair damaged masonry at Rousse Pier in St Sampson and the Fermain moorings in St Martin's.
Stonemasons will be working in both locations with access to Essential improvements to coastal infrastructure at Rousse Pier and Fermain moorings
Essential improvements to coastal infrastructure are being carried out this week at Rousse Pier and at the moorings at Fermain bay.
As a result of these works, access to certain areas of Rousse Pier will be limited and public access to the Fermain moorings will not be permitted.
The works at both locations will involve repairs to damaged sections of masonry.
These works, which will last one week, are part of a regular programme of works organised by Environment & Infrastructure to maintain our coastal infrastructure.
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