Jagged edges of a man made Norwich sea wall on the Bing.com homepage today

Today on the Bing.com homepage we’re featuring the dramatic Happisburgh coastline in the Norfolk Broads.

The Bing Hotspots which you can access by rolling over areas of the homepage image offer links to further information about the eroded coastline in the Norfolk Broads, which is disappearing faster than anywhere else in Britain, at the rate of 40 feet per year. One of the Hotspots drives you to learn more about the erosion and the defence systems used to combat it by linking to a video report on the area.

Also, don’t forget to check out the links to the Norfolk comedy legend that is radio DJ Alan Partridge as well as nuggets of history on the area, including a storm that sank 70 ships in 1789 and the famous medieval rivers.

To see the homepage and find out more visit www.bing.com

 

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