Abereiddi, Pembrokeshire

Rocks on the beach in Pembrokeshire, Wales.

We’ve been gradually adapting to the changing beach at Abereiddi since the deteriorating sea wall was removed in 2012.

The pace of change sped up dramatically during the winter storms with overnight land losses of more than 5m.

Clean-up efforts concentrated on adapting access to the shore, coast path and the remains of historic quarry worker’s cottages, making sure access was safe and user-friendly. We’re now working to create a long-term strategy to cope with coastal change at Abereiddi.