The coastline beside the village of Happisburgh is shifting faster than anywhere else in Britain. Holding back the wind and the waves has been a never-ending battle, and soon 25 square miles of Norfolk could end up under water.

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Story: Disappearing Village

Duration: 4:50

The coastline beside the village of Happisburgh is shifting faster than anywhere else in Britain. Holding back the wind and the waves has been a never-ending battle, and soon 25 square miles of Norfolk could end up under water.

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