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Residents and visitors are likely becoming increasingly aware of issues we have encountered at The Meadow with flood water.
Colleagues from NNDC and Anglian Water have assisted this morning in identifying a blocked subsurface channel carrying what we believe to be naturally occurring fresh water.
Following this work, it is possible a brown coloured water will be visible both at The Meadow in the area fenced off and by an outfall on the Beach.
This is believed to be naturally occurring ochre (Iron and sand/clay mixture) and not sewage as some may suspect.
It is not a cause for concern.
We will be monitoring The Meadow for sometime, and hope to see water levels gradually reduce due to infiltration before reassessing. This will take some time.
In light of the recent cliff collapse at Trimmingham House Caravan Park a Norfolk Coast Path Diversion has been put in place through the site. The diversion runs parallel to the official route so no additional distance added. Please follow signage and stay clear of the official route while the the Caravan Park remove homes and cliff safety is investigated. Thank you.
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