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I missed this event last year....
"On December 10, 2023, the Isle of Wight witnessed a significant geological event when a major landslide occurred in Bonchurch, Ventnor, affecting an area of about 42 ha (approximately 104 acres).
This incident, displacing approximately 14 million cubic meters (nearly 494 million cubic feet) of material, stands as one of the largest landslides in modern history for both the Isle of Wight and the south coast of Britain.
As a result, around 20 properties near Leeson Road were evacuated due to the “devastating” landslide, which caused significant parts of the cliff edge along the road to collapse."