Houses sitting on the cliff edge on The Marrams in Hemsby, Norfolk have been evacuated, after parts of the cliff have collapsed into the sea after recent bad weather.
The recent bad weather had dramatic consequences for residents of Marrams in Hemsby in Norfolk, UK. Strong coastal erosion has led to the evacuation of at least 10 houses. Moreover, the entrance to Marrams was closed for public safety reasons with officials urging people to stay away from the Marrams area in Hemsby and the nearby sand dunes in the coming days, as the area remains dangerous due to erosion of the shores.
Here some pictures of the dramatic situation:
This is not unprecedented! Back in 2013, homes in Hemsby, Norfolk, were also damaged following the biggest water surge on the coast for 60 years:
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