There are renewed safety warnings after a woman was photographed sitting near a cliff edge in Sussex, just above a massive crack in the chalk.
There's already been a series of cliff falls at Seaford Head over the last year, and experts say another could happen at any time.
But despite extra warning signs and fences, people are still risking their lives, as Malcolm Shaw now reports.
A wide crack has appeared in a clifftop in Dorset.
It's estimated to be a foot wide and is on the cliffs above West Bay.
Geology experts say it will cause a cliff fall sooner or later and are warning people to take care if walking on the beach below.
A twelve year old boy is in hospital after falling from a cliff. The Kent, Surrey and Sussex air ambulance treated the boy at the scene of the accident at West Hill in Hastings. He has been transferred to a serious trauma unit in London.
Walkers at a beauty spot in Sussex have been warned by the coastguard to take extra care after a crack appeared in the side of a cliff at Seaford Head. It follows a series of chalk falls on that stretch of coastline earlier on in the year. ITV Meridian has been speaking to senior coastal operations manager Graham Easton.
Walkers at a beauty spot in Sussex have been warned to take extra care after a crack has appeared in the side of a cliff.
Newhaven Coastguard shared this picture of Seaford Head. It follows a series of chalk falls on this stretch of coastline earlier on in the year.
There are renewed calls today for people not to behave recklessly after pictures of a man sitting on the cliff edge at Beachy Head in Sussex were released
This section of coastline has seen erosion take place over the past year. Dover Coastguard say the cliff edge is still dangerous - and they're warning the public to keep well away.
Cliff falls have forced the closure of coastal footpaths in Dorset.
The access path to the beach at Castle Cove and Bincleaves area have been closed for public safety reasons.
The cliff adjacent to the flight of steps down to the beach has failed and cracks are opening up across the path’s surface.
During the coming weeks the condition of the path and steps down to the beach will be monitored.