Save Hemsby Coastline Rock Berm Now

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Members of Save Hemsby Coastline and Hembsy Independent Rescue Service were proud to deliver the signatures of 16,714 residents and holidaymakers to No10 Downing Street. Our thanks to all of you who took the time to sign our petition and show that you love Hemsby and want the coastline protected for future generations.

Our request was straightforward - we need the Government to step in and change the criteria used to decide on funding and give Hemsby the sea defenses that it desperately needs.

Afterward, we had the opportunity to meet with Emma Hardy, Shadow Minister for Environmental Quality and Resilience, to discuss the situation here in Hemsby and congratulate her on the impassioned speech she gave at the end of the Westminster Debate in December.

 

The aim is to raise public awareness of the coastal erosion plight facing Hemsby and to raise funds to help protect our dunes, coastline and livelihoods!

The village of Hemsby in Norfolk is a victim of coastal erosion after high tides swept away more homes. More than eight feet of the beach has disappeared from Hemsby near Great Yarmouth in recent months and the fear that more could go - is happening.

SUPPORT US

Help build our funds to fight on!

Hemsby contributes £88M to Norfolk’s economy each year from its tourism-based infrastructure.

But we are at a tipping point. Lack of action now will mean the beach continues to vanish, in turn leading to economic and social damage to the village and a knock-on effect to Norfolk

Every pound that you can give will make a big difference

CAMPAIGN

How you can add your voice!

The people of Hemsby have been hit again by erosion to their beach. Again homes have been lost and businesses impacted. The solution is known and costed. We need a rock berm for our whole beachfront and we need it now.

We need central government to step in and take ownership of the problem. We need action now.

Hemsby Independent Lifeboat and Save Hemsby Coastline are working together to protect our village.

JOIN IN

We need everyone's voice!

The coastal erosion facing Hemsby has been well covered recently by News teams both locally and nationally and has been featured on BBC Radio NorfolkBBC Look East, Anglian News and in the papers such as The Guardian G2 and Eastern Daily Press.

We now need your help to keep the spotlight on Hemsby. Follow this link to be updated with our activities along the path to our goal of a permanent rock-berm for Hemsby.

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Our Activities...

Local Marrams Resident, supported by Save Hemsby Coastline, joins Friends of the Earth to legally challenge the Government over its climate adaptation plans.

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If you are visiting the 2023 Lifeboat Day on the 13th August, be sure to look out for us! We will be in front of the Lacon Arms from 10:00 am, with our reprinted Calendar for sale!

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A sparkling and interesting night had by all, kindly hosted by the Lacon Arms with all proceeds going to Save Hemsby Coastline and Hemsby Independent Lifeboat

Hemsby is open for business and would love people to come, enjoy the beach and support the community efforts.

Now you have seen the devastation being caused right now to people's lives and livelihoods, please act and support our work.

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Save Hemsy Coastline from coastal erosion

Contact Us

Lorna Bevan
The Lacon Arms, Sea View Rd
Hemsby,
Norfolk, NR29 4JG.