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  • proper n. A municipality name.


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  • Di Wrightson's home and business are just yards from obilivion as wintry waves gnaw away at the cliffs separating the holiday village of Happisburgh from the sea.

    So Your House is About to go Over the Cliff...

  • Also I have difficulty believing Di's account - David Will says that he's been concerned about Happisburgh since the 70s - that is during the time when Di lived in Happisburgh but before she bought the doomed houses.

    So Your House is About to go Over the Cliff...

  • I was in Happisburgh today and spoke to a lady that I had never met before.

    Top Billing

  • Just come back from a meeting in Happisburgh about the Shoreline Management Plan.

    Shoreline 'Mis'management Plan

  • The only dispute in Happisburgh I can see is whether the analysis was right.

    Shoreline 'Mis'management Plan

  • He owns the Hill House pub in Happisburgh and is a political opponent who also happens to be a genuinely nice guy.

    Archive 2004-06-01

  • The arrangements, the archaeologists say, may result in the squandering of future discoveries at sites such as Happisburgh in Norfolk, where excavations are continuing after the discovery of stone tools made by early humans 950,000 years ago.

    Legislation forces archaeologists to rebury finds

  • Even for people who live in Norfolk the pronunciation of names such as Happisburgh, Costessey and Wymondham can prove tricky.

    EDP24 News

  • Speakers included local representatives such as Happisburgh tea shop and homeowner Di Wrightson, North Norfolk District Council's coast protection engineer Brian Farrow,

    EDP24 News

  • East Anglia, near a village called Happisburgh (which sounds like the setting for some kind of

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