THE owner of Fremington Quay Café has said she won't be taking any further action after items outside the café were damaged during a party which was advertised on social networks.
Damage and mess was left by revellers outside the café, and owner Charlotte Lock said the incident had been reported to the police.
She said: "There was some damage outside the café.
"We had to clear it all up in the morning before we could open for business on Sunday.
"I think it was a small party planned for the beach but they brought it up to the land because of the weather. I think it spread on Facebook and, as these things do, got a bit crazy out of hand.
"A parent has since brought her son down to the café to apologise and we've been told we will be getting the parasols back.
"We don't want to take any further action."
Police have confirmed that they received reports of a group of young people in the area Saturday evening.
A spokesperson said: "As well as some damage, six garden umbrellas were stolen from the Café between the hours of 8pm on Saturday and 8am on Sunday morning."
Rodney Cann, chairman of the Fremington Quay Environment Committee, said he thought the incident had been "blown out of proportion".
"The damage was minimal," he said.
"A number of parasols went missing but I understand they were found."