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Several residents from Great Yarmouth have taken shelter at Cliff Park High School in Gorleston. Rob Shelton, who is the Headteacher at the school, started welcoming people to the centre at around 4:30pm.
He said: “We had a group of 35 people from a care home in Great Yarmouth and since then a slow trickle of people that have been coming in and there is very much a community feeling...it's going well at the moment."
Greater Anglia - Norfolk: Service suspended on Greater Anglia between Norwich and Colchester due to obstruction on the line between Norwich and Diss, and between Manningtree and Colchester.
Suffolk: Disruption to container freight operations at Felixstowe due to adverse weather conditions.
East Midlands Trains - Norfolk: Delays of up to on hour on East Midlands Trains between Norwich and Peterborough due to poor weather.
London Midland - Hertfordshire: Service suspended on London Midland between Watford Junction and St Albans Abbey due to poor rail conditions.
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ITV News Anglia's Kate Prout brings you the latest news from Great Yarmouth ahead of tonight's tidal surge.
Service suspended on Greater Anglia between Norwich and Diss due to obstruction on the line.
A Bus replacement service is in operation.
Norfolk Police have opened up the following sandbag locations:
- Beach Coach Station
- Pasteur Road car park (opposite Topps Tiles)
- Southgates Road
- Quay Road
- Gorleston by the toiletsand the Runham Road junction
An additional site will open from approximately 1pm at the bottom of Beaconsfield Road (Northgate end). Police are asking people to bring their own shovels.
Norfolk Police are advising residents living in coastal areas that they will start visiting homes within the next few hours to give information on evacuation plans.
The evacuation is expected to last around 36-48 hours.
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Officers are advising where possible people should make arrangements to stay with friends or relatives who do not live in the affected areas.
For those who cannot do this rest centres will be set up this afternoon. Further details will follow.
Areas affected include:
- South Yarmouth
- North Yarmouth
Rest centres in Great Yarmouth areas will open from 2pm and include Flegg High, Martham Primary, Caister High, Cliff Park High, Ormiston Venture Academy and Lynn Grove High.