The Norfolk Coast: Living History on the Edge
The Norfolk coastal region occupies a narrow, curving strip of land, often barely a kilometre wide, facing the Wash in the west and the shallow waters of the North Sea in the north and east. Of all the Norfolk regions this coastal strip is the most dynamic and quite like no other; it has a different climate; a different ecology; a distinctive architecture; a wholly different feel; all the result of a restless, ever changing North Sea. It is that broad, often tumultuous sweep of sea which defines life here on the very edge of the land.
Here is the story of a region of Norfolk bound in a history older than time itself.