Work is under way along a section of Kent coast to protect more than 3,000 homes and businesses from flooding.
The latest round of recycling and regrading of shingle between Fisherman’s Beach in Hythe and Folkestone Harbour began on Monday.
The project is scheduled to take up to eight weeks to complete.
The work “helps shield the sea wall, reducing the possibility of flooding and coastal erosion,” according to Folkestone & Hythe District Council.
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