I'm in Britain this week at the end of the holiday season.
This coastal resort was once famous for its proximity to Britain's first holiday camp opened by Billy Butlin in 1936. Indeed, the town was actually built as a resort by Thomas Cook in 1877.
The town, like most of the UK holiday resorts was hit badly by the cheap holiday package boom as Brits instead opted for Spain as their vacation destination of choice.
Today the town is almost as notable for the wind farm two miles out to sea. There's a clue if you look closely in the skate park on the second photo...