A previous volunteer named David Pratt, who had spent a number of years trying to restore the historical stones said that the current state of the sea wall was a “national disgrace”.
David Pratt, said:
“I was incredibly upset when I visited it,” he said.
The state of the sea wall had seen a number of issues arise from 2020, and it will require a significant investment from the local council to renovate them.
Local volunteer, David Pratt has spent a number of hours researching the sea wall and the damaged padstones originally came from the world’s first steam-hauled public railway, at Brusselton bank.