People enjoying walks along the coast are being reminded to check tide times to stay safe by lifeboat crews.
It comes after a group of three people got cut off by the incoming tide on Wells beach.
One of the town’s lifeboat crew guided them through waist-deep water to higher ground so they could be rescued by the inshore boat Peter Wilcox.
Following the rescue, they also identified two other groups of people who were also in danger of being cut off and advised them to return to the shore immediately.
Lifeboat Operations Manager, Chris Hardy, said: “It was a beautiful sunny day, and understandably people are going to want to take a walk along our stunning coastline, but it is important that they check the tide times and make their way back to the beach huts at least four hours before high tide, so that they don’t find themselves cut off.”