THE manager of the L’Ancresse East kiosk fears for its future after part of its seating area collapsed.
Kay Smyth. pictured, is concerned that the rest of the area, and perhaps the kiosk itself, could be undermined.
It is thought that the sea caused the damage to a 5m. by 2m. section of concrete adjoining the sea wall, which has fallen in on itself.
The damage was discovered by a dog walker yesterday afternoon. The Environment Department has cordoned off the building.
‘This is a health and safety issue for staff,’ said Mrs Smyth.
‘We last opened at the end of September and we would not be open until March. Nobody can have access to it while it is like this. This [the damage] could undermine the rest of it, which is basically what the kiosk sits on.’