Environment

Feature on the 40th anniversary of the Norfolk Coast as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Cliffs between Overstrand and Cromer.
Photo: Simon Finlay
Copy: Steve Downes
For: EDP Sunday
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Stunning 25-mile stretch of Norfolk’s coast to be opened up to walkers

A 25-mile stretch of the Norfolk coast will soon open to ramblers, becoming part of the longest natural trail in England it has been announced.

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Water quality is the best it's ever been off our beaches. Picture: Ian Burt

Graphic: Find out how your beach scores in new coastal report

Last summer didn’t just bring us week after week of beach weather - it didn’t do our beaches any harm either.

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Volunteers, including south Norfolk MP Richard Bacon, participate in the Dickleburgh clean up.

Volunteers give south Norfolk villages a spring clean

Regular visitors to two villages may have noticed a difference at the start of this week.

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Photo shows a Bittern, the ilusive bird that is found in the Norfolk Broads.; Please credit: Andy Hay, RSPB Images.

It’s boom time again for one of our rarest birds

They may be one of Britain’s rarest bird – but they’re also one of the loudest.

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Work on a massive project being led by Bourne Leisure to build granite groynes in the North Sea that will prevent further erosion of the beach at Hopton-on-Sea.
A barge carrying thousands of tonnes of granite from Norway stationed in the North Sea, with a vessel carrying smaller quantities of the stone making journeys towards the shore to commence the construction work.

Picture: James Bass

Video and photo gallery: Multi-million pound project to build new sea defences at Hopton gets under way

A barge carrying thousands of tonnes of granite from Norway has moored off the Norfolk coast as a multi-million pound project to build new sea defences at Hopton gets under way.

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