RNLI crew spot man stuck on Tenby, Pembrokeshire, cliff

A man has been airlifted to safety from a cliff in Pembrokeshire after being spotted by a lifeboat crew on exercise.

The man was stuck up to 40ft (12m) up the cliff at Tenby and was rescued by a Royal Navy helicopter from Culdrose in Cornwall.

He was spotted by the the town's inshore lifeboat crew at 17:45 BST.

Tenby coastguard rescue team was called out but the man was winched off the cliff and down to the beach by the helicopter crew. He was not injured.

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