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Costs of repairing “Weather Bomb” damage revealed.

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The damage caused to Portstewart Crescent by the extreme weather conditions in December will cost £30,000 to repair.

The Crescent area of the small seaside town felt the full force of strong winds and high waves in December, with the popular, children’s play park being fully submerged.

The park is going to be moved further from the water’s edge and this will make room for a new veranda and extra seating.

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