Wartime 'forces sweetheart' Dame Vera Lynn has added her support to a campaign to protect the future of the white cliffs of Dover.
The sale of land alongside the cliffs has prompted fears it could be sold to developers if The National Trust can't raise one million pounds to purchase it - in just three weeks time,
But is there really any risk of that? Sarah Saunders spoke to Virginia Portman from the National Trust; heard from Dame Vera Lynn and Charlie Elphicke, MP for Dover.
It's National Chip Week so, naturally, an artist has created Great British landmarks, including Stonehenge and the White Cliffs of Dover, out of chips!
Prudence Staite spent 6 months planning and constructing the sculptures.
The White 'Chips' of Dover used a total number of 70 chips to build, taking 4 hours to build.
Stonehenge was obviously a little trickier taking 5 hours to create and using 75 of the popular potato food.
If you would like to see more chip art work or more information on National Chip Week, click here.
Walkers are being warned to stay away from the edge of the White Cliffs of Dover after a section of them collapsed.
Tonnes of chalk have fallen near the docks and water has been pouring out of the cliffs following the recent wet weather.
The National Trust is launching a public appeal to buy a one-mile-long stretch of land attached to the iconic White Cliffs of Dover.
The organisation said it needs to raise £1.2 million to purchase the land so it can ensure public access to the coastline for future generations.