The terrifying images below show several holiday caravans hanging on a cliff edge over a 200ft drop. Coastal erosion leaves holiday caravans suspending, hence pausing danger to the neighborhood. The mobile homes are found at the Porthkerry Leisure Park, close to Barry, in the value of Glamorgan. They are now being relocated from the unsafe place amid fears that a landslide may cause them to fall into the beach below.
Earlier in 2011, proprietors and holidaymakers were evacuated after one side of the cliff collapsed thereby causing over 34,000 tonnes of rock to fall into the beach below. One woman almost lost her life when the ground beneath her gave way all over sudden. After thorough investigation by the geologist, the holiday caravans were relocated to a safe place near the cliff edge.