Fifth generation of family to row a Suffolk ferryboat
When her father died, Dani Church became the fifth generation of the family to run their 125 year-old business - a rather lo-tech ferry service between Southwold and Walberswick on the Suffolk coast.
She rows a wooden boat back and forth across the River Blyth up to 100 times a day between April and October, carrying up to 11 passengers who are each charged 90p.
Although the service actually started in the 13th Century, Dani's great-great-grandfather's brother, Benjamin Cross, was the first ferryman of her family in 1885, running a chain link service that could carry a cart, two horses and 30 passengers.
BBC News went to meet Dani Church to find out what life is like as a modern-day ferrywoman.
Stop/Start is a series of video features for the BBC News website which follows both new trends that are beginning and old traditions that are coming to an end.
Video journalist: Ian Ellerby
27 Sep 2013