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.
More top news
A pilot scheme involving care homes, GPs the Ambulance Service and Southern Health has dramatic results in cutting the number of 999 calls
Forces' sweetheart Dame Vera Lynn has received her latest honour from the Queen, in an investiture ceremony held at her Sussex home.
The Port of Dover has reassured holidaymakers that it's not expecting further severe delays, but motorists have been warned of congestion.