The country has been blessed with a Bank Holiday weekend and the weather to go with it.
Deckchairs, BBQs and bikinis were all on display on Saturday.
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The mercury soared to the mid twenties and people were certainly making the most of it.
There was some concern from the public following the terrible Manchester terrorist attacks.
But in a message to the public, Mark Rowley, the UK’s most senior counter-terrorism officer, said: ‘Go out as you planned and enjoy yourselves.’
As people heeded the advice, British beaches got a well deserved publicity boost.
This week environmentalists raised concerns that British beaches are the second filthiest, with only Ireland having a higher proportion of dirty beaches.
There were 20 sites not fit for public bathing, research found.
But nothing held back the British public from racing to the first available deckchair.