Groups have been photographed at the edge at the Seven Sisters and renewed calls have been made for people to beware of the dangers.
And now some have been calling for fencing to be installed along the cliff edge as an added protection.
After Newhaven Coastguard released the pictures on the internet Cassie Roberts wrote: “Can someone tell me why the area has not been fenced off? It is an accident waiting to happen.”
“Somebody must DO SOMETHING!”
However the National Trust and South Downs National Park Authority are not in favour, saying warning signs are in place and natural erosion makes fencing impracticable.
They say it is important to educate people about the dangers and ensure organisations like local language schools and hotels are made aware so they can pass on the warnings to students and guests.
Quite right. The people who take personal responsibility seriously are the ones we want to survive. The others are expendable.
That Darwin chap knew a thing or two.