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Hunstanton man rebuilding stone wall swept away in surge

25 March 2014 Last updated at 12:00 GMT

A man who saw 20 years of hard labour destroyed by December's big tidal surge has started to build a stone sea wall all over again.

Michael Kennedy, 76, had built a 10ft (3m) wall by carrying rocks and stones from the beach to the cliff at Hunstanton, Norfolk.

He said his efforts - and gym substitute - were aimed at helping to protect the eroding cliff face.

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