As the sun shines down on Tyne and Wear people flock to the seaside to make the most of what’s left of the summer.
Sandhaven Beach in South Shields was certainly busier than usual, after floods caused misery throughout July and August.
"I'm babysitting my grandson for the next three weeks, so it would be lovely if we could get out and about everyday."
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