Please take a moment to read our essential beach safety reminder for local beach users. Our local Cliff End beach at Pett Level is notorious for rock falls and, after the recent storms, the current risk of rock falls is much greater.
- Please stay away from the cliff edge at the top.
- Do not walk or sit under the cliff line.
- Do not try to climb the cliffs.
- If you’re dog walking and recall is an ‘in-progress’ part of training, please keep your dog on a lead on the cliff-side of the beach so it can’t run into the under-cliff area.
And of course, please continue to be aware of how fast the incoming tide floods the under-cliff area. The tide can cut you off right under high-risk rock fall areas, so please:
- Check the tide times before taking a walk (there’s widget on our home page to help with this).
- Be aware that you can get cut off even up to 2 hours before the high tide is due!
- Charge your phone before beach walks and visits and bring it with you, for emergency purposes.
Remember, if you spot a problem, please call emergency services on 999 and ask for the coastguard.
IT COSTS MORE THAN £10k A YEAR TO KEEP OUR INDEPENDENT RESCUE BOAT CHARITY AFLOAT
THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING US