Landslide: Trimingham cliff fall in Norfolk causes Caravan evacuation

December 6, 2020: A person staying at one of the caravans at the Trimingham House Caravan Park has been evacuated after a huge section of cliff fell onto the north Norfolk beach.

According to the BBC, three seaside caravans are teetering on the brink of a cliff after a landslide the size of two football pitches.

Members of the public have been warned to avoid Vale Road in Trimingham, near Cromer.

Two weeks ago also, part of a cliff was collapsed in north Norfolk at the same site. The landslide had occurred off Vale Road, between the villages of Trimingham and Mundesley, on December 20, 2019.

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