Caravans on edge of cliff
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Porthkerry Caravan Park landslip: Owner monitoring call

The owner of the caravan park where a landslip in October 2011 left 15 caravans teetering on the edge of a cliff says the coastline should be monitored more closely for erosion.

Sally Edwards, who runs family-owned Porthkerry Caravan Park near Barry, Vale of Glamorgan, said the cliff fall took £250,000 off the value of the business.

In the year since the landslip she says she has spent £1m to monitor and make the site safe.

Carwyn Jones reports.

  • 01 Jan 2013