The reserve is fortunate, largely due to its location, in not suffering from a great deal of vandalism or anti-social behaviour, unlike other reserves situated close to urban areas. Apart from the occasional insensitive dog walker we haven’t had that much of a problem at Old Hall. However, the ongoing problem of marine revellers at the eastern quarters spit reared its unwelcome head once again.
What is the logic behind deliberately choosing a wonderful spot to enjoy and then trash it a few hours later?
One of our no landing signs uprooted and thrown on one of several fires that had evidentially been lit recently on the east quarters spit.