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04/01/2021

Eight ordnance-related items were removed from the beach at Westcliff near Southend-on-Sea after a bait digger had alerted authorities to a suspect find.

 

An Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) team was mobilised and they found a range of items washed up on the beach, including spent shells, tail fins and detonators. The items were deemed safe to remove for disposal elsewhere.

 

The Southend area has a long military history, with numerous former firing ranges nearby, whilst it was on one of the main Luftwaffe flight paths into London during World War One and World War Two.

 

See: https://www.echo-news.co.uk/news/18957346.bomb-disposal-squads-sent-westcliff-eight-ordnance-found/