Happisburgh in North Norfolk

Happisburgh in North Norfolk

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Caption: Happisburgh in North Norfolk is one of the most rapidly eroding coastlines in the British Isles. Already several houses have been lost to the sea. Though it has been eroding since Roman times, sea level rise and an increase in stormy weather, both driven by climate change has resulted in an increase in the rate of erosion. This house was built at least 200 yards from the sea, but has now lost half its garden to the sea.

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