Published: 16:04, 01 February 2021
| Updated: 16:33, 01 February 2021
A council has issued an urgent warning after multiple landslips at a beauty spot.
Canterbury City Council is urging people to stay away from a fenced-off area in Bishopstone Glen, a popular wooded area in Herne Bay.
After reports of landslips there last week, council engineers inspected the area and closed a section of footpath near a bridge, over concerns for public safety.
But the authority says there has now been a further landslip, closer to the bridge structure.
In a statement on Twitter, a spokesman said: "This area is not safe for the public to be in. You, your children or your pets could get hurt."
The council is urging people to respect the closure.
It says people "moved and ignored" safety barriers erected at the site after last week's landslips.
The spokesman continued: "We then put up padlocked Heras fencing, which people pulled down. They even broke the locks.
"This has been put back and we are working on further urgent measures to try and prevent access.
"So for your own safety and that of others - do not move this fencing!
"We know it's a popular area for walking and exercise is important especially in lockdown, but there are other routes to use."