Small boats were sunk and others seriously damaged in north Norfolk after the weekend’s strong wind and rain.
A 73-year-old woman fears a wrangle with her insurance company over storm damage to her home.
An old oak known to children as the ‘climbing tree’ has been uprooted during the weekend’s strong winds.
A community which was rocked by swathes of power cuts and a sandstorm which covered cars and properties have been praised for their resilience.
The summer ended with a bang this weekend with Norfolk lashed by gale-force winds and torrential rain.
A mum-of-two has described a “terrifying” near miss as gale-force winds brought a large tree down on their home as they slept.
Hundreds of households still remain without electricity across the county as engineers continue to work through a lengthy list of power failures from across the weekend.
Residents have been left shovelling away “tons” of sand from their homes, cars and streets after 70mph winds battered the north Norfolk coast.
Norfolk’s roads are “cluttered with debris” after strong winds and rain battered the region overnight, bringing more than 200 trees down, police have said.
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