A flood warning has been issued by the Environment Agency for the River Char at Dolphins River Caravan Park at Charmouth in Dorset. Flooding is expected with rising river levels following heavy rain. More details here.
A woman and her dog have been swept out to sea from a beach in Dorset.
The Portland search and rescue helicopter and the Lyme Regis lifeboat were scrambled after the pair were caught by a wave at Charmouth yesterday.
The owner made it back to shore unaided and uninjured. She was checked over by the helicopter winchman who is also a paramedic, but the dog - a Jack Russell called Millie, is missing.
The Environment Agency has issued a flood warning for the River Char in Dorset at Dolphins River Caravan Park. Our cameraman filmed the river earlier today and says that at that stage it was swollen but not flooding.
He also went down to the sea at high tide and caught some quite impressive waves.
The Street in Charmouth including Catherston Cottages, Robyns Nest, Neighbridge Cottage and Kingfishers
A teenager has been airlifted to safety after going missing on the coast path in Dorset. Police were called out last night to search for the 13 year old boy. He was last seen leaving Lyme Regis football club to walk home to Charmouth. He was found in undergrowth suffering from cuts and bruises.
He was flown out by the coastguard helicopter because of the difficulty of the terrain and then taken to hospital by ambulance
There's been another landslide on the Jurassic Coast - this time at Charmouth. The coastguard has today issued a warning of the continuing dangers of rock falls and landslips along the Dorset coast.
Charmouth, which is about ten miles from the site of last month's fatal landslide at Burton Bradstock, is particularly popular with fossil hunters.
– Maddy Davey, Portland Coastguard watch manager
The cliffs along the West Dorset coast are very unstable following the extensive rain earlier this year and in certain areas it remains extremely unsafe to walk along the beach.
We are especially concerned about the risk after the death which happened in July at Burton Bradstock."