A number of flood warnings and alerts have been issued for Norfolk. 

The Environment Agency has issued three warnings and eight alerts for the county as river levels remain high. 

A warning has been put in place for the River Yare, River Waveney, and the River Burn from South Creke to Burnham Thorpe. 

Parts of east Norwich have been included in the warning for the River Yare. 

Hemsby, which suffered more serious erosion on Sunday night, has been issued with a flood alert due to the natural tide-locking effect. 

The Broads, Wells-Next-The-Sea, Blakeney, Hunstanton and Holkham have all been issued with flood alerts. 

A spokesman for the Environment Agency said: "The current series of high spring tides has now reached its peak and is currently forecast to fall away over the next few days.

"Take care on coastal roads and footpaths, and don't put yourself in unnecessary danger."