The incidents over the weekend were mainly caused by the mud and people slipping over.
The mud also caused some issues getting to and from the incident especially for our colleagues on their return journey.
From the moment the pagers were activated, the volunteers coastguard teams rolled off the station in nine minutes.
That's including travelling to the station kitting up and proceeding.
It took us a further quarter of an hour to get to the injured person and this was as we had to leave the vehicles parked and went on foot due to the ground conditions.
Using a specialist vehicle from the National Trust the recovery of the injured male and equipment was greatly sped up and a lot safer
Ground condition at the moment are very wet so please take care if out walking.