Staff at Clevedon Pier have Tweeted a video of the sea off the North Somerset coast at high tide.
It's filmed from the Porthole Room below the Victorian structure. The water is lapping at the round window - testament to the high seas after Storm Eleanor.
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- This is what the view is like during low tide...
There has been a large cliff fall on the path between Porthleven and Loe Bar following the recent storms.
The National Trust has had to close the cliff path and warns that the waves are continuing to cause damage.
We have had to close the cliff path between Porthleven and Loe Bar today due to a large cliff fall. Please avoid this area, the waves are still very large and causing ongoing damage.
Work to install temporary sea defences at Portreath is due to start tomorrow.
15 to 20 concrete cubes of differing sizes will be built in a curve to try to deflect the waves, rather than take them head on
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