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A massive rockfall has occurred close to where a beacon is due to be lit for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee on Britain's Jurassic Coast.
Hundreds of tonnes and rock and boulders have slipped from the 400ft cliff near to Eype in Dorset.
The fall has taken a 60ft by 20ft chunk out of the land at the top of the cliff, leaving a stretch of fencing dangling over an abyss.
The landslip has taken place a few hundred yards to the east of Thorncombe Beacon, a 500ft peak owned by the National Trust.