Skegness could be filmed for new fly-on-the-wall documentary
A LINCOLNSHIRE coastal town could feature in a new documentary if two ambitious projects for Skegness get the go ahead.
Last week, plans for a 2,040-seat beach sports stadium were revealed for the town which will become the home and training ground for the England beach soccer team.
Also a partnership between the private and public sector hope they will be successful in a bid for funding on an all-year round attraction between the pier and Botton's Pleasure Beach.
The town's Mayor, Councillor Mark Anderson, revealed at Skegness Town Councul that he has been approached by Special Edition TV company to feature in a fly-on-the-wall style documentary.
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He said: "It will feature what has happened in Skegness in the last 18 months and what we have achieved within the partnership. It will really identify and showcase Skegness if all the projects we are talking about come to fruition.
"The documentary will follow the planning process to construction and to show what we have achieved.
"I have met with the producers and I have had an email back saying they are very interested in coming."
No other details have yet been revealed about the documentary other than the television company has approached BBC and ITV, according to Councillor Anderson.