Broadchurch beach invaded by doggers

Ruth Doherty
Broadchurch beach blighted by doggers
Broadchurch beach blighted by doggers



The beautiful location where the hit TV show Broadchurch is filmed is also proving a hit with doggers.

The sandy cliffs and golden sands at West Bay in Dorset are proving a big draw for fans of outdoor hanky pinky.

The Sun found a numbers of chats about the site as a spot for exhibitionists and voyeurs on forums.

The Guardian writes that one post said: "Lots of great action in and around Dorset. Bridport picnic site is good and the cliffs near West Bay."

And another wanted of the risks, writing: "You should check the tide times before setting out as parts of the beach along this stretch of coast are covered at high tide.

"There may be some passing walkers using the edge of the water as an alternative to the Dorset Coastal Path on top of the cliffs."

According to the Mirror, however, the second series of the show has actually proved a turnoff for some fans.

Some two million fans have reportedly tuned out just four episodes into the season.

One Twitter user wrote: "I'm not sure if it's the script, the plot, the acting or the editing but I'm finding Broadchurch sort of, well, rubbish."

And, referring to the popularity of the location with some "adventurists", a source told The Sun: "After the phenomenal success of it's first series of Broadchurch, the second hasn't proved so popular. But at least the area where it was filmed is still a big hit."





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