Earthquake felt in Weston-super-Mare larger than most in UK - British Geological Survey
PUBLISHED: 16:55 17 February 2018
Experts say the earthquake which struck the South West and South Wales only happens in the UK every ‘two to three years’.
Tremors were felt in Weston-super-Mare, Worle, Burnham-on-Sea and across the area at about 2.30pm.
An earthquake measuring 4.4-4.7 was recorded near Swansea.
The British Geological Survey said: “Events of this magnitude only happen in the UK every 2-3 years.”