About 300 metres of cliff just west of Weymouth collapsed sending an estimated 4,000 tonnes of rock, some in massive chunks “the size of cars”, falling towards the beach below.

Southern England has seen a lot of rock and cliff falls during the winter.  In February, the chalk cliffs that border much of Kent and Sussex experienced an increase in falls, with one witness hearing a “loud crack” after a huge section of the white cliffs of Dover fell to the sea.  Click here

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