Swimming bans have been lifted on six Dublin beaches
Fans of skinny dipping can rejoice...
Considering today's weather, there won't be too many going for a dip, but it's still great news that some of Dublin's beaches have been deemed a whole lot cleaner.
Following a ban on swimming at four Dublin beaches earlier this week, six beaches have been deemed as safe for swimming.
According to The Irish Times, the swimming prohibitions put into place at beaches such as Loughshinny, Rush North, Skerries South, Balbriggan, Claremont and Sutton/Burrow have been lifted.
Reportedly, the water at the six beaches has been proved as clean enough to swim in, but swallowing the water or washing oneself in the sea is not advised.
Swimming at Portmarnock's Velvet Strand is still prohibited for the time being.