The owners of Orfordness lighthouse in Suffolk say they're in a race against nature to put plans in place to move the iconic building.
Standing 100ft tall on Orfordness in Suffolk, the lighthouse has been an iconic sight along the coast for centuries but with the surrounding land eroding at an alarming rate thoughts turn to its future.
The brutal storms of last winter saw ten metres of land lost in five months, four metres in one night alone in January.
Earlier this year fishermen helped the owners, the Orfordness Lighthouse Company, put in new sea defences to try to slow nature down.
It's hoped it will give them the time they need to put plans in place to dismantle and move the lighthouse to another site.
Frequent public visits to the lighthouse are now being arranged to allow more people to experience this piece of history. **
They'll get to climb the stone staircase more than 90 feet to the top to see where the light used to shine from and enjoy the stunning views of the coast.