The lifeguard station of Lion-sur-Mer will soon be renovated

The lifeguard station of Lion-sur-Mer will soon be renovated

The Lion-sur-Mer aid station is under construction from the beginning of September 2022. ©Liberté

The familiar prospect of Lion-sur-Mer (Calvados) is changing at the end of summer 2022. This aid station, a symbol of this town on the Côte de Nacre north of Caen, has been closed. It took work.

Six reconstructed stations

The staircase “in a bad state has to be redone”, Romain Bail, Caen la mer’s vice-president in charge of ports, coast and tourism, explained in March. “Further work on the lookout will affect the foundation of the building and bring it up to standard. »

A budget of €65,000 was released for the lookout tower alone.

This year, the municipal community started the complete renovation of all first aid stations between Ouistreham and Lion-sur-Mer for an envelope in 2022 of €205,000.

In 2023, further developments are planned, such as the one that will be visible in July and August 2022 on Hermanville-sur-Mer beach.

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