Diners queue for the Lighthouse Inn's turkey buffet. Picture: MAURICE GRAY

Walcott and Bacton flood victims tuck into a belated Christmas feast

More than 200 people have just tucked into the turkey dinner they were supposed to have enjoyed last Christmas.

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A house on Seaview Crescent, Walcott, stands closer to the edge after the tidal surge eroded the cliff face. Pauline Porter, community resilience co-ordinator, pictured at the house.
PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

Joy as funding announced for Norfolk’s flooded coastal communities

Properties, businesses and local communities along some parts of Norfolk’s coastline are set to receive a flood protection funding boost.

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Andy Stonach recently moved his family into their new Methwold home only to be flooded last week.
Picture by: Sonya Duncan

Methwold couple bemoan slow response after home is flooded for second time

A couple’s home in Methwold has been flooded for the second time in three months.

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Norwich traffic negotiates flooding on the road at the Colman Road/Unthank Road junction after heavy rain hits Norfolk.
Picture: Simon Finlay

Video and photo gallery: Region hit by month’s worth of rain in just 18 hours

We enjoyed one of the driest Septembers on record – with clear blue skies and temperatures warm enough to comfortably bask in the sunshine.

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Photo of lightning by Jeremy Podolski

Video and photo galleries: Your spectacular photos of lightning as storm fells trees, floods roads and a building is hit

Heavy storms proved the perfect opportunity for amateur photographers across the region to reach for their cameras.

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People in Walcott clear up the damage after the sea surge last December. Photo: Antony Kelly.

£250,000 to boost flood hit Norfolk communities

Norfolk communities which were battered by floods almost a year ago are set to share £250,000 to help repair the damage caused by the tidal surge.

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