Shocking images of a woman and child standing just inches from the edge of a 400ft clifftop in Kent have triggered renewed safety warnings with the start of the school summer holidays due later this month.
This year has seen numerous major rockfalls along the the cliffs of Kent and Sussex and the Coastguard fears it's only a matter of time before the craze for cliff-edge phone-camera 'selfies' costs lives.
As John Ryall reports.
John spoke to photographer, Ted Pragnell and Matt Pavitt from HM Coastguard.
Sussex Police say early enquiries into the death of a woman at Seven Sisters Country Park indicate it was a tragic accident.
Police, fire, coastguard and ambulance were called to Cuckmere Haven where the body of a woman, believed to be in her 20s, was found at the foot of the cliff.
It happened on Thursday afternoon, 22nd June.
The death is not being treated as suspicious.
A homeowner from Sussex has been told he must foot the bill for the cost of stabilising cliffs which collapsed on his house.
The cottage on the seafront in Hastings was badly damaged in the landslide.
His local council owns the land behind the house, but says it's not responsible for the cliffs themselves.
Malcolm Shaw reports.
A massive rock-fall has changed the face of the White Cliffs of Dover. An estimated one hundred thousand tonnes of cliff has crashed into the sea between Fan Bay and Crab Bay. There are warnings of further collapses in the South East. What does it say about the state of coastal erosion?
Reporter picture from the scene of a dramatic cliff fall in Dover. See the full item later on the website and live on Meridian Tonight.