Coastguards are renewing warnings of the increased risk of cliff falls along the coastline.
Many sections along the Yorkshire coastline are at risk after heavy rainfall over the last few weeks.
Steve Copsey, who was walking on the beach near to Sewerby, contacted the Echo and sent in images of a huge landslip that he had witnessed.
A spokesman for the Coastguard said: “Some sections of our coastline are particularly vulnerable to cliff falls and landslips and these tend to be more frequent after heavy rain which has fallen on already saturated land. HM Coastguard is advising the public to take great care when walking near cliffs.”
He said: “As I was walking to Danes Dyke along the coast from Sewerby I heard a few stones falling then the whole side fell down.”
“Be careful when walking on cliff top paths or down on the beach if you are walking below cliffs. Give the cliffs a wide berth and take note of any warning signs in place. Do not get yourself too close to cliff edges, as they could be unstable and crumble away under your feet.”
Check tide times and weather before heading out.
Don’t get caught out by fading light, low temperatures or bad weather.
Beware of sheer drops, eroding edges, falling rocks.
Take pictures at a safe distance.
Keep your dog on a lead.
Know the dangers.
Take a phone.
Make it home.
The coastguard are urging the public to following the listed points:
In an emergency call 999 and ask for the Coastguard.
Pictures for the Bridlington Echo by Steve Copsey.