UK Inland Waters Fail Safety Test for Swimmers, Surfers Against Sewage Reports

Majority of UK's Inland Bathing Spots Deemed Unsafe

The latest findings by Surfers Against Sewage highlight a worrying level of pollution at many of Britain's favourite swimming locations. An extensive study has shown that 60% of these sites fail to meet safe water quality standards.

This annual report has raised concerns over public health and calls for immediate action to address water pollution. Swimmers and water sports enthusiasts are being cautioned about potential risks at some of the UK's beloved inland water spots.

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