Some people living in some Norfolk villages were without power after overnight coastal erosion. 

According to UK Power Networks, 337 homes near Hemsby were without electricity. 

A statement on the power supplier's website read: "Our engineers have turned off the power in the NR29 3, NR29 4 area in the interest of the public's health and safety.

"This is so they can investigate reports of a low overhead line caused by coastal erosion."

It comes after parts of the coastline at Hemsby collapsed into the sea on Friday evening. 

The village was battered by a high tide and strong winds overnight which has caused damage to electricity cables. 

Around 30 metres of the road along The Marrams fell into the sea at about 5pm yesterday, alongside significant damage to Hemsby Gap and the dunes to the north and south. 

Supply was restored to those areas affected around 4.30pm.