Frinton beach has Victorian style beach huts, and immaculately clean golden beaches leading up to a vast Greensward popular with kite surfers and outdoor events. Tree lined avenues and art deco buildings add to Frinton uniqueness. The main shopping street, Connaught Avenue, is often referred to as “East Anglia’s Bond Street. Frinton is home to the Frinton Summer Theatre Season at the McGrigor Hall every summer, employing many famous actors at the start of their career. Free parking stretches along the entire main road of Frinton seafront.
Weather and tides for Wednesday 23 August
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The tide at Frinton Beach is currently falling. Low tide will be at approximately 8:04 PM, and the next high tide will be at approximately 1:59 AM tomorrow.Detailed weather and tides »
around 7 miles north as the seagull flies, around 15 miles by road.
around 8 miles north-northeast as the seagull flies, around 16 miles by road.
around 8 miles north as the seagull flies, around 16 miles by road.
around 2 miles northeast as the seagull flies, around 2 miles by road.
just over a mile southwest as the seagull flies, around 5 miles by road.
around 4 miles southwest as the seagull flies, around 6 miles by road.
around 5 miles southwest as the seagull flies, around 7 miles by road.
around 6 miles southwest as the seagull flies, around 8 miles by road.
around 7 miles southwest as the seagull flies, around 10 miles by road.
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Location type: Urban
OS Grid: TM239193
Local Authority: Tendring District Council
Parish: Frinton and Walton
Nearest postcode: CO13 9DN
(for sat-nav purposes only, a beach does not have a postal address!)