Photos: Fort Victoria Country Park/Facebook

Visitors to Fort Victoria Country Park near Yarmouth are being urged to take extra care following the partial collapse of a section of the sea wall.

Crashing waves have been able to breach the coastal defence resulting in a sinkhole opening up beneath a section of concrete walkway. The concrete has collapsed as a result, rendering the area unsafe.

Barriers have been erected around the area.

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Staff at Fort Victoria Country Park, which overlooks the Western Solent near Hurst Point, are urging those visiting the area to keep away from the collapse, ensuring dogs are kept on leads and children are safe.

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Old bean
Old bean
1 year ago

Get it fixed island roads forget your Christmas party people fish off there get it fixed asap

Whoof pharted
Whoof pharted
Reply to  Old bean
1 year ago

They have done nothing at East Cowes in 5+ years, they won’t do anything at Fort Vic. The council may do something as it’s a sea defence problem.

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