The family of a teacher from Buckinghamshire who died when she was swept into a Dorset sea cave have paid tribute to her.
They described the 30-year-old as a 'wonderful girl' with an 'engaging personality'.
Charlotte Furness-Smith was coasteering, a sport which involves moving along the coastline on foot or by swimming.
Despite the RNLI's attempt to rescue her at the Tilly Whim Caves near Swanage, they could not reach her in time amidst the rough conditions.
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