Firefighters have once again spent the night tackling a blaze at the former Pontins holiday camp at Hemsby.Read the full story ›
Sue Weaver has raised £40,000 for Hemsby lifeboat and has now been nominated for a Pride of Britain Award.Read the full story ›
The commander in charge of fighting a major fire at a former holiday camp says it was probably started deliberately.Read the full story ›
More than a dozen fire crews spent the night tackling a blaze at a former holiday camp in Norfolk.
Police, firefighters and the ambulance service were all called to the old Pontins site at Beach Road in Hemsby on Friday (August 17) night.
At its peak, 15 crews were needed to fight the flames and three remained on the scene on Saturday morning.
Pontins last welcomed guests to the coastal holiday camp in the summer of 2008 and has been officially closed since January 2009.
The site has been the victim of a number of fires since then including one just last month (July).
Businesses at a Norfolk seaside resort hit by coastal erosion are calling on visitors to support them this Easter weekend.Read the full story ›
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More cliff top homes have been torn down by demolition workers at Hemsby in Norfolk.
This was the heartbreaking scene this morning as workers raced to flatten the stricken chalets before high tide. Specialists have been brought in to help with the removal of asbestos.
They were among 13 homes teetering on the edge of the cliff since last Saturday.
The beach has been closed as a precaution.
The mayor of Great Yarmouth Kerry Robinson-Payne has been to see the devastation for herself and to thank lifeboat crews who have helped with the evacuation of local people.
The demolition has begun of five homes at risk of falling into the sea on the Norfolk coast.Read the full story ›
Five homes at risk of falling off the cliffs and into the sea at Hemsby are to be demolished today.
They are among 13 properties evacuated last weekend after strong winds and high tides eroded the cliffs.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council says the work should be finished before Easter weekend.
The other properties are being closely monitored by the council.
Next week sand will be moved from North Beach at Great Yarmouth where there is a surplus and it will be taken to Hemsby.
The sand will be used to help fill the gap between the beach and the lifeboat shed so the sloping ramp into the beach can be kept.
This ramp will reinstate direct access to the beach so the lifeboat can launch. It will also give access for clean-up crews.
People are being reminded that the beach below the cliffs is dangerous and should be avoided.
Five cliff-top homes at risk of falling into the sea at Hemsby in Norfolk will be demolished over the coming days.Read the full story ›