Pictures: Cornwall mops up after the latest storm
Pictures from the coastline of Cornwall which has been under siege from the storm around the South West coast.
Big waves have battered the Seaton Beach Cafe in south east Cornwall
Debris and mud dominate the seafront in Seaton in the aftermath of the latest storms
Debris in Seaton after the latest storms
Porthleven was one of the worst hit areas as the outer harbour was breached causing damage to boats
In Porthleven boats are being removed from the harbour before the next storms
The grade two listed clock tower in Kingsand has been condemned by the Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service because it is in such a dangerous state as a result of Wednesday's storms.
Parts of the clock tower in Kingsand are now strewn across beach.
Work is underway in west Cornwall to fix the gaping hole in Newlyn Green, before the next storms arrive
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