Coastal Changes | Alan Parkinson

I included a particular stretch of cliff in the chapters I wrote for 2 OCR textbooks. 
It is in Sidmouth, to the east of the promenade at the end of town. I visit it every year when we are down in Devon for family holidays about the time of the Folk Festival. It’s a cliff that’s been prone to collapse, and a few months ago, a shed in one of the gardens on Cliff Road fell onto the beach.

This year, I saw that the beach is now closed off, and is only to be used as an emergency exit from the beach…

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