Beach fight: Sea coalers allowed on Hartlepool's beaches

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    Article by Chris Webbe, Northern Echo, 6th April 2015. "SEA coalers have been allowed back on to Hartlepool beaches. Before Hartlepool Borough Council banned motorised vehicles from the town's beaches earlier this year about 19 people would collect washed up coal and sell it on. But now Marjorie James, chairwoman of the council's neighbourhood services committee, has revealed the restriction has now been lifted...."
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