Press Articles

  • IT is recognised worldwide as an area of outstanding natural beauty. And with bright sunshine and clear water, yesterday was a perfect day to spend in Walberswick. But the tranquil village and peaceful beach was attracting more people than usual...
  • More than 1,700 protestors joined hands on a North Suffolk beach and created a human SOS (Save our Shoreline) sign in defiance of the government's plans to stop maintaining sea defences. While the cameras of the national media were trained on...
  • CHRISTOPHER Hogg's three bedroom bungalow is one of 20 homes which will become uninhabitable in five years - because pleas to bolster sea defences have been dismissed. This week, villagers living near the coastline of Scratby were devastated to...
  • A thief who stole sea defences protecting a Norfolk coastline under severe threat from erosion was yesterday ordered to do 200 hours unpaid work and the judge said it would "be rather nice" if the work involved him helping with the sea defences....
  • A thief was caught red-handed stealing metalwork from sea defences that protect a Norfolk community under severe threat from coastal erosion. Campaigners were left flabbergasted when they discovered the culprit lived among them in the affected...
  • East of England minister Barbara Follett toured the north Norfolk coast on Monday on an information gathering visit - and pledged to "nag, coordinate and prod" on behalf of communities facing coastal erosion and saline flooding. Calling at Cromer...
  • The North Sea nibbles away at the British Coastline, the country of seafarers is getting smaller. On many beaches the fight to defend has been withdrawn leaving them abandoned. Original article in German Happisburgh in November. Now there are only...
  • Communities in north Norfolk could be put at the forefront of pilot projects designed to help communities deal with the impact of coastal erosion, rising sea levels and climate change. A Norfolk delegation of politicians, senior council officers...
  • Seaside homes, businesses and tourist attractions across north Norfolk were left battered and bruised by the worst storm surge for 50 years. And, as the big clear up continues after the wave and flood damage, coastal campaigners say it shows...
  • Coastal campaigners are renewing calls for government spending on sea defences in the aftermath of Friday's storms. The plea will be top of the agenda when the Coastal Concern Action Group heads to London next month to meet environment minister...