We’re being reminded to take extra care at beauty spots such as Beachy Head and Birling Gap.
It’s after 50,000 tonnes of chalk collapsed at Seaford Head yesterday (21 June), which saw coastguards from Birling Gap rush to the scene to help search for anyone who may have been caught in the fall. There were no reports of anyone being missing and a thorough search was conducted.
Now, East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service is issuing a warning that clifftop are dangerous places and want parents to help their children to understand what could go wrong.
They have put out the following advice to stay safe around cliffs: