Planning a dip this weekend?
Tragumna beach and Rosscarbery Lagoon have been deemed safe for swimmers once again after the Cork County Council lifted a ‘do not swim’ notice at both locations this afternoon.
Following consultation with the HSE, the Advisory Notices were placed at Tragumna Beach and Rosscarbery Lagoon this week due to high levels of bacteria found in water samples from August 17th, 2020.
Now that the levels have returned to normal, the water complies with the Bathing Water Quality Regulations so you can dive right in without worrying about any nasty after-effects.
“Good News! Following consultation with the HSE the Advisory Notices Not to Swim are being removed for Tragumna and Rosscarbery Lagoon today,” said Cork County Council in a statement.
“The Prior Warning Notices still apply to these waters and will be reviewed once re-sample results are compliant with the Bathing Water Quality Regulations.”