A series of photos show the cliff fall near Birling Gap this week.
Thousands of tonnes of chalk were seen falling into the sea at the Seven Sisters national park after between five and 10 metres of cliff top came loose this month.
The fall has led to fresh calls from coastguards and the RNLI to walkers to stay away from the cliff edge.
Photos courtesy of BBC South East.
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