March 17 2014 Latest news:
Firms in every sector are planning to take on extra staff in the coming months, and the East of England is beating the national average in terms of its hiring intentions, a survey has found.
It is 60 years since a sea surge battered the east coast of Britain, leaving 307 people dead.
The flooding that devastated coastal communities on December 31/February 1, 1953 is still described as Britain’s worst peacetime disaster and, for those who survived, the memories are just as vivid now as they were the morning after. This week, those who were living along the East Anglian coast at the time have been reliving that night of horror and sharing their memories of how their communities coped in the aftermath.
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Video provided by East Anglian Film Archive (University of East Anglia)