Category Archives: Bathing Water Notice

REMINDER: Temporary Bathing Prohibition, Clonea Beach

Due to an emergency overflow from the sewerage system, there is a risk of contamination at Clonea beach and bathing is temporarily prohibited until the status of the bathing water quality can be verified. This will take approximately 2 days.

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Temporary Bathing Prohibition: Clonea Beach

Due to an emergency overflow from the sewerage system, there is a risk of contamination at Clonea beach and bathing is temporarily prohibited until the status of the bathing water quality can be verified. This will take approximately 2 days.

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Provision of Lifeguard services

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, the recruitment of beach lifeguards was delayed this year. The beach lifeguard service will not be operational on Waterford’s Blue Flag beaches this June Bank Holiday weekend. Swimmers should follow the advice of Water Safety Ireland … Continue reading

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Jellyfish warning – TRAMORE BEACH

WARNING – JELLYFISH We are currently dealing with several (dead) Portuguese Man-Of-War jellyfish on TRAMORE BEACH. Please be advised that there is a no swimming order now temporarily in place. We also advise walkers / dog owners not to approach … Continue reading

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Temporary “No swimming notice”: Stradbally Cove

TEMPORARY ADVICE NOT TO SWIM. Bathers are temporarily advised not to swim at Stradbally Cove due to recent heavy rain. Waterford Council will continue monitoring and will give updated advice in due course.

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Bathing Prohibition: STRADBALLY COVE

TEMPORARY ADVICE NOT TO SWIM.  Bathers are advised not to swim at Stradbally Cove temporarily, due to recent increase in the levels of bacteria in the river. Waterford Council will continue monitoring and will give updated advice in due course. … Continue reading

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