A body has been recovered off the Jurassic Coast in Dorset. Portland Coastguard and the RNLI helped Dorset Police in recovering the body from the waters between Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove yesterday. Police have not released any further details.
A man's body has been found at Lulworth Cove in Dorset. The identity of the man found on Friday afternoon has not yet been established.
Last Wednesday, October 23rd, a 21-year-old man went missing after swimming with two friends near Durdle Door.
The search for him was called off the following day.
Portland Coastguard have said they will continue searching for the swimmer who is missing off the Dorset coast.
They called off the search yesterday as it began to get dark but will carry on their search today.
A man who was seen struggling to swim off the Dorset coast yesterday has been missing for more than 12 hours.
Rescuers have been searching since 4pm yesterday to the west of Durdle Door.
Portland Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre received 999 calls from members of the public. The callers reported seeing three people in the water, one of whom was in difficulty.
Portland Coastguards have issued a warning after teenagers were seen climbing on rubble after a landslide at St Oswald's Bay. Last month landslides wiped out 100 meters of the Dorset coast path.
Coastguards are warning visitors to keep as far away from the landslides as possible warning if they are climbed on it could start more landslides as well as dislodging rubble and injuring people below.
An air ambulance has been involved in the rescue of a woman who broke her ankle while walking close to Durdle Door in Dorset. Lulworth Coastguard rescue officers escorted an ambulance crew to the scene but they decided to call in the air ambulance.
The coastguards prepared a landing site and the woman was flown to hospital. They also came to the rescue of a sailing boat which broke down eight miles off Portland Bill.