A week after the highest tidal surge in sixty years struck our region, the Environment Agency says it's still counting the cost of the damage to our coast line.
Adrian Gosling from The Environment Agency says the cost of repairing them will run into millions of pounds, but work has begun:
"Where we've seen obvious breaches and obvious works, we're working hard to plug those.
"That maybe getting shingle and other material to repair breaches on shingle banks, it maybe getting clay and materials like that to repair breaches in earth banks.
"Where harder defences have been damaged, we're looking at more technical solutions there."
Five days after the worst tidal surge to hit our region in 60 years, dozens of people are still waiting to return to their homes.
King's Lynn was one of the first places hit by yesterday's tidal surge, where the North Sea topped the town's flood defences.
The beach huts on Southwold seafront were damaged large waves during last night's storm.