In the News - Our Fight for Sea Defences for Hemsby

Our ongoing battle to save the Hemsby coastline and ensure the future of people's homes, businesses, and livelihoods has gathered a lot of media attention which we present here.

Without access to the beach, Hemsby will stop being a generator of income for Norfolk which is estimated to be worth around £88 - £90 million per year. If you take that over the lifespan of the proposed Rock Berm then this amounts to over £2 Billion pounds!

According to Coastal Protection East and Great Yarmouth Borough Council, we are not worth enough to save. We beg to differ.

International News & Media Reporting

Le Monde, France – In the United Kingdom, residents of Norfolk alone facing coastal erosion

The coasts of this English county overlooking the North Sea are particularly exposed to a phenomenon of accelerated erosion. In several villages, residents began to lose their homes. But almost no public aid is deployed by the authorities. Read the whole story HERE

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‘Climate refugees’ sue British government for failing to protect homes from climate change

Europe’s most important court has ruled that protection from climate change is a human right. The judgment will be put to the test in Britain by a climate change refugee who lost his cliff top home to sea erosion View the whole report HERE

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Man who lost his Norfolk home to North Sea coastal erosion SUES the government for not doing enough on global warming

A man who claims to have been made a ‘climate refugee’ after his home was demolished because it risked falling into the sea is suing the government. Read the whole story HERE

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Homeowner who lost house to coastal erosion sues Government

ECHR climate change ruling boosts case brought by former marine engineer who says that his human rights have been breached. You can read the whole article HERE

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Lines in the Sand – Podcast

Carbon Copy visited Hemsby to see the realities of the effect of rising global temperatures. You can listen to the Podcast HERE

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‘It’s a disaster’: Heartbreak as clifftop collapse sparks frantic weekend

Cars stranded as part of clifftop road collapses in Hemsby. You can read the whole story HERE

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Life on the Edge – Hemsby Coastal Disaster

The scenery around Kevin Jordan’s house is about to make him homeless. You can view the Web story HERE and shortly the TV Show will go live.

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Between the sea and the sky – Stephanie Beeston

As a community is slowly lost to coastal erosion, one man contemplates his changing relationship with the sea. You can watch the whole film HERE

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Hemsby resident wants to take government to court over coastal erosion plan

Kevin Jordan is one of two joining with ‘Save Hemsby Coastline’ and ‘Friends of the Earth’ to argue the current plans are “unlawful” Read the whole story Greatest Hits Radio article HERE

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Renewed calls for new sea defences at Hemsby as Storm Ciaran hits

A yellow weather warning for wind is now in place across Norfolk’s East coast Read the complete story HERE

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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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Contact Us

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