A landslip has been reported at Bowleaze Cove.

Members of the public have been advised to keep well away when walking on the beach. 

Local resident Linda Stevenson said: "I was walking my daughters' two terriers and we took a trip to Bowleaze. I noticed the landslip and thought I better warn people because a lot of people don’t realise when walking on the top.

"It’s what we expect every year when we have this rain – it’s been like that for years.

"I felt I needed to warn people. Due to the landslip the mud at the bottom of the cliff can be quite sticky and dangerous.

"I notified Dorset Council. I definitely thought that it looked pretty bad."

This comes just over a week after a landslip was captured on video at Lulworth Cove along the Jurassic Coast.

Dorset Echo: The landslide happened at Lulworth Cove

The Lulworth Rangers said the landslips are down to the weather and changes in environmental condition. 

In the video, a large amount of rock can be seen crumbling down the cliff in a matter of seconds.

READ MORE: Jurassic Coast: Video captures landslip at Lulworth Cove

Another landslip incident was also reported in the same location as heavy wind and rain resulted in parts of the cliff falls.

Lulworth Rangers said parts of cliffs that had fallen away from part of the World Heritage Site, with debris on the beach from a recent fall.

READ MORE: Cliff falls at Lulworth Cove following heavy rain and wind

Dorset Echo: Damage to Lulworth Cove after rain

Experts have warned that cliffs are ‘fragile’ and are urging people to stay away from cliff edges.

Sam Scriven, geologist with the Jurassic Coast Trust, added:  “Cliff falls are a natural process and they have definitely been more frequent over the last five to 10 years or so. There's no question of that.

“Any time there is a new rock fall, it may leave the cliff faces either side of that collapse more fragile and more vulnerable to further falls.

“We would always advise people stay away from the cliff edge if they’re on the coast.”

The Dorset Echo have contacted the Dorset Council for comment.