The community benefited from the start of the project, as two local joinery firms were tasked with delivering and installing the huts in April 2017. Over the summer, the popular huts housed a range of local community crafts, pottery, hatchery and fishery start-ups. Playing a part in the summer Fringe by the Sea festival, the huts became a frequent stop off for locals and visitors alike.
The Beach Hut project continues to grow, as customisations have recently been made to accommodate Beach Wheelchairs. The Association looks forward to many more successful summer seasons.