A section of Newquay town centre was cordoned off after a window at a fast food restaurant was blown in by Storm Noa on Wednesday afternoon.

A large upstairs window at Burger King in Station Approach caved in during the fierce gusts of winds at about 3.45pm.

Fortunately the upstairs eating area was closed to the public at the time and no one was injured despite shards of glass falling to the ground outside the entrance to the fast food outlet.

A crew from Newquay Community Fire Station attended the scene to cordon off the area.

Staff closed Burger King and erected a sign stating the restaurant would not be opened again until it was safe to do so.

A handyman was seen carrying out repairs at about 7.30pm.

A fire crew cordoned off the area outside Burger King (Warren Wilkins)

Shift manager Adam McDonnell said: "A little bit of glass fell but no one was injured.

"We called the fire brigade who came and cordoned off the area."