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An artist and a writer visited the English seaside during the pandemic – this is what they found

By Tom Sykes, Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing, University of Portsmouth
Louis Netter, Senior Lecturer in Illustration, University of Portsmouth
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Unfurling along the sandy border between town and beach, the English seaside is a place of contradictions – rich and poor, old and new, fun and desperate. Although many of us have a sugary vision of coastal England as tacky entertainment and a bygone refuge from working life, the reality is that many seaside towns are on the front line of contemporary social, economic and political challenges.

Indeed, despite the recent boost to British seaside resortsThe Conversation

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