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In the 1950s, the English coastal towns, knocked out with holiday makers. Today, The Sea towns are more commonly associated with decay and poverty, as the popularity and prosperity.
The Effects of the Corona-Virus-lockdown-tip decline these places in a terminal - or there is optimism that the government will regulate the target, a further easing of the closure in the next month You save for the vital summer season?
Bbc News went to three coastal locations to be found.Great Yarmouth
A £550,000 travel, custom-built for the Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach , was set to be this year the attraction, But instead of the Arrival in mid-March , trip-meant restrictions, it was stranded in Italy.Pleasure Beach was in the Albert Jones family for Three Generations
Between 5,000 and 6,000 people usually enter the attraction on a busy summer day, rich.
In a time of social distancing, he wants to restrict the number of initially to 1,000 in two three-hour blocks, and he is encouraging people to book online, so funds need not be exchanged at the gate.How To ensure, social distance is maintained, have to say on journeys
He, that the support of the government, including the vacation scheme was a "lifeline", But adds that the tourism industry may need more support, if a July opening given.Hippodrome Circus since 1979 Albert Jones fears "places to close, like this," if You have to go through two winters with no income
"of Course, we see how a virus that has affected everyone around the world in a significant way and, from our point of view, it is not only a danger to the life, But a threat to life as well. "Blackpool
Even on a cloudy day in June, there are usually countless day-tourists braving the rain, sea air on Blackpool promenade. But on this particular day, it is deserted and The Shutters are down on nearly every Rock Shop and chippie from North Pier to South Shore .
This is a city that lives for Nine Months of the year, or dies by tourism. His season starts at Easter and ends in November with the lighting. This year lockdown with The Time many companies were fell Back the opening.Blackpool 's economy relies heavily on tourists, who have said to stay away, while lockdown
Claire, who operates two properties and is the President of B& B and Guesthouse association StayBlackpool, Says re-opening on 4. July will be crucial for the company.
"the date is on everyone's mind that we need to be Open . And when we do, [the season], it will be rescuable. But we need the complete Package - You not only have to stay in a B& B, You 're going to get to the Pleasure Beach and see a show and dance at The Tower Ballroom . "Claire Smith Says Blackpool is dependent "on the season", with a myriad of properties and employees due to the closures
she Says , the concern is whether the tourists will return at all this year.
"The People are not trusted with The Time of the booking; we have the odd One in October - it's nothing to have, as we normally had and with The Weather we had, we would have probably had The Best two months for A Number of years. To seeThey sold out within three minutes.
in the Fourth-generation Ice Cream shop Notarianni again for the summer season on may 7. March - 15 Days later it was closed again. Never in his 92 years Waterloo Road has closed, in the middle of the season, Says manager Luca Vettese.
"[The Loss ] was astronomical, frightening - About £150,000. Our busiest [time] is around Easter and May days with all the celebration in The Past we have done it all. In this year to survive; the goals and objectives cannot be reached Now . It was help, But nothing in comparison to what we have already missed. "
To be delivered, to soften the financial blow to The Family , a temporary service, so that 100 drops per day across The Fylde coast. Luca Says he has a fortune spent on the PPE and social distancing measures for the re-opening of the take-away counter.
"people used to be queuing close together and we can't make more. But We Are happy we have loyal customers, and as soon as we opened, They have come Back . We Are an abnormal business in Blackpool as we have 80-90% of The Local trade. The rest of Blackpool relies on tourists. "Each major attraction along The Promenade is locked, and leave
The Grand Theatre relies on both. In a normal year, sold 130,000 tickets for holiday makers and local theatre-goers, But in the last three months it has refunded or 50,000 bookings will be moved to £250,000 will lose.
"It's a great piece," Says chief executive Ruth Eastwood. "Some of them have a refund, some already have a loan, and it is wonderful, and The People have left, to come Back that money With Us and want to, But it delayed The Pain .Ruth Eastwood hopes, the Grand Theatre in September, with social distancing measures in the place
the government's help, which has allowed The Charity to The Holiday 50 employees and You launch a digital channel with shows and workshops. But if it is not emergency funding from the Arts Council , which will be released later this month, it is unable to pay become.
"The main thing for all of us is the uncertainty; this is not Just Me , that's the whole industry. We don't know how long The Effects of this will last. It's not About a couple of months, it will be in The Future . "Hastings