South West Water has been ordered to take action to protect a Cornish beach after allowing raw sewage to be pumped into the sea for the third time this season.
Swimmers had to leave the water at Godrevy after the latest incident, and a surfing event was cancelled.
The National Trust today called for measures to be in place to prevent it.
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