It seems our seaside piers are thriving, despite a tough few years for the economy.
A new report suggests piers in other parts of the country are under threat, because of the high cost of insurance and upkeep. But here in the Anglia region, the likes of Cromer, Southwold and Clacton piers are bucking the national trend.
They are in good condition, and remain popular tourist attractions.
Campers have begun pitching their tents for this year's Latitude Festival in Suffolk as temperatures continued to soar.
Up to 35,000 people are expected to attend the music and arts event at Henham Park, Southwold, over the weekend with day tickets for the Saturday now sold out.
The headliners are Kraftwerk-3D, Foals and Bloc Party and other performers include Bobby Womack, soloist classical trumpert player Alison Balsom and Eddie Izzard in the comedy arena.
Organisers have urged as many festival-goers as possible to use public transport, cycle or walk in order to minimise disruption on the roads but some tailbacks are expected.
Forecasts suggest the event should be rain-free - avoiding scenes of muddy car parks and fields experienced in previous years.
Final preparations are taking place today near Southwold for the start of this year's Latitude festival.
The organisers say tickets for Saturday have all sold out. It's the 8th year the music and arts event has been held at Henham Park.
Thousands of festival goers will start arriving at the site later today.
David Cameron has paid tribute to the lifeboat crew which helped to rescue dozens of swimmers in Southwold last week.
During Prime Minister's Questions, he said that the RNLI should be treated as an emergency service after Suffolk Coastal MP Therese Coffey asked him to join her in thanking the volunteers.
Hundreds of swimmers got into trouble during the Southwold Pub to Pier swim after the tide suddenly turned.
There are all sorts of things you might consider taking up as a hobby once you're retired. Maybe golf, gardening or even travelling. But how about becoming a DJ? Well one 90-something from Suffolk chose exactly that. Jim Rice has been to Southwold to meet her.
The Royal National Lifeboat Institution has praised rescuers for helping 85 people get back to shore during a charity swim at the weekend.
The swimmers got into difficulty after the tide began to turn during the Pier to Pub charity event in Southwold, Suffolk. It led to a major rescue operation.
ITV's Lauren Carter reports on how a charity swim off Southwold turned into an offshore drama when swimmers began to struggle against fast-flowing tides.
These pictures taken by lifeboat crews from Aldeburgh show the search for swimmers off Southwold. Four crews pulled more than 50 from the water as they struggled with tides and cold water in the Pier to Pub sea swim.
Dozens of swimmers are recovering after getting into trouble during a charity swim off the Suffolk coast. Four lifeboats and an air-sea rescue helicopter were called out to Southwold yesterday, when the swimmers were reported missing. They were all eventually found safe and well.
A swimmer unaccounted for after a sea swim off Southwold is said to be from the Kettering area. Coastguards have urged the woman to contact them if she managed to leave the water safely.
"If she has returned home without informing the coastguard, we are asking her to contact Humberside Coastguard on 01262 672317