Walkers climbing crumbling cliffs in Norfolk - just a week after a man was killed by collapsing debris in Suffolk - have been branded "foolish".
This picture was taken by a visitor to West Runton beach, near Sheringham on Saturday morning.
It shows two walkers making their way up the fragile cliffs at the north Norfolk coastal village. Just over a week ago the East coast was battered by a tidal surge which led to many homes being evacuated.
Workers at West Runton Beach Cafe shared the photograph on their Facebook page - together with a warning to beachgoers. They and many commenters described the pair as "foolish".
Last weekend a man was killed when part of the battered cliffs at Thorpeness in Suffolk collapsed on top of him.
It prompted a warning from the UK coastguard to stay away from cliff edges and bases.
Funding has been secured for the second phase of work to repair the seawall on Lowestoft's South Beach following a tidal surge more a year ago.
In November last year, 6,000 tonnes of rock was transported from Norway for the first stage of repairs after erosion caused major damage in December 2013.
Now Waveney District Council has successfully bid for £2m from Defra to allow it to continue its coastal protection work.
Phase two of the project will see the seawall at Children's Corner secured and allow public access to resume.
Details are to be discussed at a council meeting on 20 January.
Four people from Norfolk have attended a reception at Number 10 Downing Street in recognition of their work for their communities after the aftermath of December's tidal surge.
They battled what was "the worst of British weather" but showed, in the words of the Prime Minister, "the best of British spirit."
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