A wall of one of the Isle of Wight's historic batteries, which for many years could be seen poking out of the cliffs, has come crashing onto the beach below.

The wall came tumbling down the cliffs at Yaverland when a landslip occurred over the weekend.

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It fell onto the stretch of beach between Sandown and Culver Down.

The wall forms part of the Red Cliff Battery - one of the many Palmerston Forts built on the Island to protect it in response to a perceived French invasion.

Another cliff fall happened just along the beach earlier this month, as the County Press reported.