Hi Ruby, I'm assuming that you are referring to me. That storm was well away from my location such that we hardly noticed any problem in this part of the UK. Our storms tend to come in from a more southerly track. That ones effect was compounded by a combination of wind strength and direction co-inciding with high spring tides. Since the similar storm of 1953 which cost over 300 lives in eastern England and many more than that in north west Europe defences have been strengthened with the result that damage and destruction has been limited, little comfort to those who have suffered and perhaps unrealised by those who escaped damage where it might have otherwise occured. The houses that collapsed onto the beach below at Hemsby were very likely to go within the next few years due to the coastal erosion taking part on that section of the coast, there end has been accelerated by this particular storm.Has our member from Plymouth checked in? There was a landslide on the other side of England, the east, I think. I've been away from computer most of the day. I'll try to find that link when I get home.
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Thank you for your concern, but as I say, no problem here.