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Woman and dogs rescued from cliffs in north Norfolk

PUBLISHED: 22:48 04 November 2018 | UPDATED: 14:03 05 November 2018

Coastguard rescue teams were sent to rescue a woman and her dogs at Sidestrand. PIC: Stuart Anderson

Coastguard rescue teams were sent to rescue a woman and her dogs at Sidestrand. PIC: Stuart Anderson

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A woman and two dogs have been rescued after they got stuck on some cliffs in north Norfolk.

Coastguard rescue teams sent to rescue a woman and her dogs at Sidestrand. PIC: Stuart AndersonCoastguard rescue teams sent to rescue a woman and her dogs at Sidestrand. PIC: Stuart Anderson

Humber Coastguard said she became stuck at Sidestrand, near Trimingham after trying to get away from the rising tide on Sunday afternoon.

A spokesman said that coastguard rescue teams from Cromer and Sheringham were among those sent to help rescue the woman and her dogs.

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