Watch as part of a cliff takes a month to fall onto the beach and disappear for good
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It took more than a month for part of the cliff at Trimingham in north Norfolk to finally fall to the beach below.
And Alan Mills, who walks along the cliffs between Trimingham and Sidestrand, captured it.
He took dozens of photographs of the scene from May 27 to June 29, when it finally crashed into the sea and disappeared for good.
His wife Pat Mills said: "After a month teetering on the brink a huge lump of cliff has split off the cliff and disappeared without trace. Alan took the first photo on May 27 and most days since. On June 29, it had gone."
It comes after a huge fall of earth onto the beach, at nearby Sidestrand, last month.
North Norfolk District Council put up signs to warn people of the dangers.
There were two further, smaller cliff falls at nearby Mundesley. They came after several days of heavy rain.
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