More than 2,000 runners have been punishing themselves on this year's 'Grizzly' along Devon's Jurassic Coast.
ITV West Country viewer Frances Carthew-Davies took these images as the storm lashed Seaton this morning
A large chunk of the old road from Seaton to Beer has slid down the cliff
The Seaton Tramway in Devon has reopened today.
It's been closed since being damaged by storms in February. Work has now been completed to reinstall large sections of the tracks which had been washed away.
Duncan Sleightholme went along to see how preparations for the reopening were going:
The Seaton Tramway will reopen tomorrow. It has been closed since being damaged by storms in February.
Work has now been completed to reinstall large sections of the track foundations which had been washed away.
The tramway attracts more than 90,000 visitors every year.
More than two thousand runners spent Sunday taking part in The Grizzly, a gruelling 20 mile endurance challenge, along the coast in east Devon. Described as one of the toughest multi-terrain races there is. We sent Bob Cruwys along...
Over 2,000 people will be competing in one of the toughest multi-terrain challenges in the world today. The Grizzly is in it's 27th year and starts at Seaton Esplanade.
The course is 20 miles of tough running, around and through the Jurassic coast countryside with lots of hills, bogs and a stretch of pebble beach to get through.
The course runs from Seaton to Beer with musicians playing at several locations around the course.
The race is part of the Grizfest which sees events like baking competitions and talks on the Jurassic coast taking part.
The bad weather has hit our tourism industry too. This week Network Rail announced repairs to the Dawlish line won't be finished until mid April.
And other areas have also been struggling, including Seaton, where the the town's famous tramway has been forced out of action because of storm damage.
Today an operation took place to get the attraction back on track.
A 47 year old man has been arrested following a gas main fire in Devon.
Fire crews were called to an alleyway in Cross Street in Seaton yesterday evening. A joint investigation between the fire brigade and the police is now underway.
Controversial plans for a housing estate in East Devon have been rejected for a second time after huge public opposition.
Developers want to build 170 homes on a green field site on the edge of Seaton which would see it connect to the village of Colyford.
The initial plans were rejected in June.
A woman was airlifted to Derriford hospital in Plymouth after falling from cliffs on Seaton esplanade.
Beer Coastguard Rescue Officers, Devon Air ambulance, Devon Police and Southwestern Ambulance staff attended the scene.