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Durdle Door

Natural limestone arch

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Durdle Door: Natural limestone arch
Durdle Door is a natural limestone arch on the Jurassic Coast near Lulworth in Dorset, England. It is owned by the Welds, a family who own 12,000 acres (50 km2) in Dorset in the name of the Lulworth Estate. It is open to the public.

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Durdle Door jet suit stunt sparks criticism

Rangers at the Durdle Door beauty spot have criticised a stunt that saw a man wearing a jet suit fly through the arch.
BBC News - Published

Durdle Door beach rescue: Human chain 'saved man's life'

More than 20 people linked arms to help save a swimmer in difficulty in water off the Dorset coast.
BBC News - Published

Human chain formed in Durdle Door beach rescue

More than 20 people linked arms to enter the sea and successfully bring a swimmer back to shore.
BBC News - Published

Durdle Door: Body found in search for missing swimmer

Police say relatives of a man in his 20s reported missing off Dorset on Sunday have been informed.
BBC News - Published

Durdle Door: Tombstoner rescuer 'feared he would drown'

Paddle boarder Mike Wiley hauled the man to the surface after finding him unconscious on the seabed.
BBC News - Published

Durdle Door: Hundreds ignore police warnings and flock to beaches and parks after serious cliff injuries

'Tombstoners' jump from 200ft high sea arch day after three seriously injured after jump from cliffs
Independent - Published

Durdle Door: Coastguard warns over tombstoning after three hurt jumping 70ft

The casualties had jumped into the sea from the Durdle Door arch in Lulworth Cove, Dorset.
BBC News - Published

Durdle Door: Three seriously hurt 'jumping off cliff into sea'

Police were called to Durdle Door over concerns for people seen jumping from the cliff into the sea.
BBC News - Published

Durdle Door: Four injured in 200ft cliff jump, prompting police to close packed beach

Helicopters land on sand as coastguard chief slates 'absolute carnage' of people failing to social-distance
Independent - Published