Dramatic footage has been released of a cliff rescue on the Dorset coast.
Three people became stuck at Stair Hole near Lulworth last night.
Cliff rescue teams were unable to reach the group, so the Coastguard helicopter was called to winch them to safety.
They were uninjured but left shaken.
Maritime & Coastguard Agency
A man has been airlifted to hospital after 20ft off a wall into water. The Fire and Rescue Service, the Portland Coastguards and Dorset Police were called to the scene at 3.45pm this afternoon. The man was airlifted to Southampton General Hospital.
A coastguard helicopter helped rescue a climber stranded in wet weather at the base of cliffs in Dorset.
The conditions left the man in his 40s unable to ascend the Subliminal climb, near Anvil Point, Swanage.
Crews responded just after 13:30 GMT on Saturday.
People are once again being urged to take extra care when out on the coast, after three separate incidents in Dorset over the weekend where people had become stuck in mud. Portland Coastguard co-ordinated all three rescues.
During one of the incidents, two people were stuck up to their waists in mud on the east side of Lulworth Cove. Anyone becoming stuck in mud is being urged to spread their weight as much as possible.