SurreyLive reported on September 21 that there were no plans to replace the missing life belts
due to a disagreement between the council and the National Trust regarding who was responsible for them.
Today our investigation reveals why Joby's death may not be the last, and why these life belts
could make the difference between life and death.
Three vegetation associations were described by Denyes as occurring within the Foothills life belt
. Two of these, Sotol-Lechuguilla and Sotol-Nolina, correspond to the Sotol-Grass community of Taylor et al.
Then, on September 11, she was told in an email from deputy council leader Matt Furniss that the posts that had held the life belts
would be removed "to prevent any further confusion on this matter", a decision which she said left her "spitting feathers".
If their timing was spot on, think of potential headaches around the corner for recent buyers -who may have little equity in their property to provide a life belt
if things get stormy.
This enticing green strip of land is an all too fragile life belt
keeping Meriden afloat as a village in its own right.
The unnamed man, 60, had thrown his son, 27, a life belt
but was swept away as he pulled him in.
Shirley, 62, who has helped save people on holiday before, said: 'It was obvious she couldn't swim very far, so I swam back to the boat to get the life belt
and we made our way to the woman.
Miss Birch, 18, from Manchester, then ran to one of the life belt
holders but could not get it off the board.
Bemused holidaymakers looked on while Mark, from Birmingham, was flung a life belt
and finally dragged out of the drink by the local harbour master.
We are tuned into a good programme on the radio, a kipper the size of a ship's life belt
is gently grilling and I have a pot of tea mashing at my elbow.
CorporalDaveKerr, 34, a father-of-two from Rainhill, St Helens, managed to drag them to safety with a life belt
after they got into difficulties in the sea at Blackpool's NorthShore.