A PART of Beach Road in Newquay has collapsed after huge spring tide waves battered the north coast of Cornwall last night.
The waves crashed against the wall that protects the road from the sea behind the Walkabout bar, causing the road to cave in in the early hours of this morning.
Cormac have begun the process of repairing the damage.
The nearby Blue Reef Aquarium also suffered minor damage, but is open for business.
The Met Office has put out a yellow warning for more heavy rain on Sunday, warning up to 30mm could fall in some places.
It said the recent spate of storms was the worst in about 20 years and had been caused by a powerful jet stream pushing a series of Atlantic depressions towards the British Isles.