Hunstanton South Prom Live Webcam

Located at the Waterside Bar, our South Prom live webcam gives you a great view of Hunstanton's main beach and promenade with the Alive Oasis leisure centre, Sea Life Sanctuary and Rainbow Park funfair visible in the distance.

Between May and October, keep a lookout for the Wash Monster!

1392 Comments

  • Archy 20 hours ago
    Our 13.yo been on the Hellter Skelter once during her upbringing. It sat virtually empty and unloved by the new gen of pre-teens. Appreciate it was a thing of wonder in a vintage age. This higher gentle twirly ride might reinstate the same wonder for today’s youngsters.

  • Geoff 5 days ago
    Roger….swing tower

  • Steve 6 days ago
    I am sure the new ride will take more money than the Helter Skelter. However the Helter Skelter gave it a traditional look and that image stays in peoples mind for many years. I am 66 and this is the first year that I can remember with out a Helter Skelter.

  • peter 7 days ago
    Cannot believe how busy the prom is for a Monday in February !

  • Melvyn 7 days ago
    Surely the reason we all love Hunstanton, is the fact that it doesnt change. It seems to be changing now. With the Helter Skelter which has been there for decades. Shame.

  • Tracey 8 days ago
    Bring back the Helter Skelter!!!

  • Adrian 8 days ago
    I really want to go on the new ride

  • Steve 8 days ago
    No Helter skelter ! Just does not look the same.

  • George Nash 9 days ago
    Wow the new ride looks great!!! Cant wait to give it a whirl with my girlfriend, Evie <3

  • Jane 9 days ago
    Lovely to see the people coming back to Hunny

  • Adrian 9 days ago
    Has anyone seen the new ride working yet

  • Roger 9 days ago
    Don’t fancy a go on the new ride but the coffee vans back good signs of summer coming

  • Melvyn 9 days ago
    Tracey, The new ride does look wonky until you compare it to the Lincolnshire coast, it is perfectly vertical. The horizon slopes to the left, caused by the camera mounting.

  • Adrian 9 days ago
    I agree Tracey I’ve been thinking it looks wonky all week. Not going on it until it’s straight lol

  • Arthur 9 days ago
    The ride is called the tower, you sit in the seats and as you go up you swing out right to the top and as you come down.

  • Tracey 10 days ago
    Its lovely to see Hunstanton getting busy again. Is it me or does the new ride look a bit wonky?

  • Geoff 10 days ago
    Roger….swing tower

  • DAVID 12 days ago
    the new ride at the rainbow park fair looks to be swing chairs [starflyer]

  • Melvyn 12 days ago
    Roger, It looks like a new ride.

  • Roger 12 days ago
    Whats the tall thing thay are putting up on the fair ground ?

  • Kevin 1 month ago
    Crickey Mum, that looks well choppy down there tonight, and it’s now half an hour after high tide !!!

  • John 2 months ago
    Amazing views today! Would be a great day for the kite surfers! https://hunstantonwatersports.com

  • June 2 months ago
    I find it amazing how powerfull the sea is,,how the stones on the beach get moved around after a rough sea,,and the sand gets on the prom,,,

  • Tracey 2 months ago
    Cheryl, I did find some photos. Thank you!

  • Paul 2 months ago
    Happy new year to all

  • Adam Fleet 2 months ago
    Lovely view today, cant help but stare at all passing by…

  • CHERYL 2 months ago
    Tracey, there may be some videos or photo’s on the facebook page

  • Tracey 2 months ago
    Wish I could see the swim here in California but would have to get up at 3a.m. Used to watch it in person every year as a kid!

  • Julian 2 months ago
    Well done Round Tablers, lovely swim-a-thon.

  • Martin 2 months ago
    Great to see the prom so busy this morning, and well done all the brave souls venturing in to the water today :) Been watching from a dull Northamptonshire. :)

  • Boo 2 months ago
    Loving the costumes. Well done all.

  • Jo 2 months ago
    Happy Christmas wonderful Sunny Hunny xxx

  • james 2 months ago
    Have a brilliant fund raising day and happy Christmas to all Residents of Hunstanton and happy New Year

  • Derek 2 months ago
    Merry Christmas to everybody in sunny hunny wish I could be there with you all

  • Paul 2 months ago
    Merry Xmas to all Hunstanton residents

  • Rosemary 2 months ago
    That sea looks very angry today.

  • Julian 2 months ago
    The prom is getting a good wash today (21.12.23)

  • Josh Seal 2 months ago
    Looking lovely today, Cant wait for Christmas day swim! Litlle bit worried as cant swim very well put im sure others will push me on :)

  • Evie M 2 months ago
    I love watching this! I’m sometimes late to work because I’m watching this.

  • Jean Dorset 2 months ago
    What a lovely sunset, here in Dorset dull and wet.

  • Dan Penny 2 months ago
    Beautiful beach, I just adore watching the tide come in and out, innnn and outtt. Like a big breath of fresh sea air!

  • Jude Chapman 2 months ago
    Sea is looking lush today, so excited for the annual family Christmas day swim-a-thon!!!!

  • Colin 2 months ago
    Lots of cleaning up to do today after the hight tide.

  • Dan Penny 3 months ago
    Had enough of my football team so I came here just now to de-stress. There’s just something about this place that really calms me down.

  • Adam 3 months ago
    Looking lovely today! Just waiting for the sea to freeze, judging by this week im sure it will be soon LOL.

  • Joshua Seal 3 months ago
    Bit nippy today! Definitely need to wear gloves for my hands, never too cold for an ice cream though! Lovely too have a day off work today so how better to spend it by walking along the promenade.

  • Colin 3 months ago
    Some cleaning up to do this morning.

  • Dan Penny 3 months ago
    Surprising to see how calm the sea is after the choppy waves that slammed onto the promenade yesterday! Too cold for an ice cream today :(

  • Aidan Silvester 3 months ago
    Went for a lovely walk along the beach with my sister today. Spent some quality time together and was lovely to share some fish and chips with her!

  • Jude Chapman 3 months ago
    Quick run along the sea front today! Love to feel the wet sand between my toes, didn’t even wipe them off! Had to treat myself to yummy fish and chips after, I love curry sauce mmm!

  • Melvyn 3 months ago
    I think some people will be wondering why their car has suddenly gone rusty next week. Saltwater nasty!

  • Shirl 3 months ago
    Oh wow the sea is amazing!

  • Adam Fleetus 3 months ago
    These big waves really make want me to go for a swim! Its a pity that I can’t swim though! Need Lessons!

  • harry Robinson 3 months ago
    The sand as yellow as the sun, the sea as blue as a blueberry ice-cream, and of course the lovely shells. Absolutely love them have started collecting!

  • Jude Chapman 3 months ago
    A nice clear night tonight, perfect conditions for a bit of star-gazing

  • George Nash 3 months ago
    Visit every day from kings lynn with my lovely girlfriend evie, such good memories under the star night in the morning

  • Joshua Seal 3 months ago
    Absolutely love the crisp sound of those waves smashing. Reminds me of when me and mum use to visit

  • Jude Chapman 3 months ago
    Can’t beat a good old ice cream while walking along the promenade.

  • Angela 4 months ago
    Beautiful calm morning

  • Daniel Penny 4 months ago
    All these morning joggers is making me want to work off the dad bod!

  • Mohammad 4 months ago
    My city is not by the sea, but with your live camera, I have the feeling of being by the sea, thank you very much

  • Harry Robbinson 4 months ago
    Love it! Me and my mum wake up early every morning, segway down and sit on the wall and watch sunset together. Cant beat it :)

  • The Blue car couple 4 months ago
    Just had our last swim in the sea this morning. Was very cold but will be looking forward to returning in May.

  • Wild Bill 4 months ago
    2.27pm a gorgeous rainbow! The SUN is out and it all looks a lot cheerier – God moves in mysterious ways, must be a fan of Sunny Hunny lool

  • Melvyn 4 months ago
    Clear prom, as it was meant to be. Magic.

  • IVAN 4 months ago
    looks a lot better with a clear full width Prom again

  • Joshua Seal 4 months ago
    I always wonder if I can swim to Skegness from here.

  • The boy dick 4 months ago
    Now us locals can have a party as all the holiday makers have gone

  • Marlene 4 months ago
    Looking rough along the prom tonight.

  • Julian 4 months ago
    Thats it. The winter season must have started because The Wash Monsters booking office has gone?

  • Adam Fleet 4 months ago
    Watch out, watch out! Storm Ciaran is about!

  • Wild Bill 4 months ago
    Wash Monster out there now Wednesday 1.40pm. I guess last day before Storm Kieran comes in over night? Looks pretty wild forecast for tomorrow! Keep Safe!

  • Harry Robinson 4 months ago
    those sugar donuts were mine and mums favs! Yum Yum Yum also loved watching the tide come in and out

  • Steve 4 months ago
    The end of the summer season is always a special time. To walk along the sea front this time of year is really good.

  • Richard 4 months ago
    Great place great summer, been going for 50 years and never get tired of it and actually love it now to Xmas.

  • Tracey 4 months ago
    Yes winter is coming but Hunstanton is still lovely for walks and winter sunshine

  • Julian 4 months ago
    The Wash Monster went out at half one. Will that be its last trip for six months?

  • Andrew 4 months ago
    where has the Helterskater gone ?

  • Boy dick 4 months ago
    Must be winter now as kiosks are being taken away also the funfair is being taken down

  • Dan Penny 4 months ago
    I Love the burgers from the front!

  • Twiddy 4 months ago
    Waves are spectacular

  • Josh Seal 4 months ago
    Finally a bit of calm after the storm!

  • Courtney Woods-Mar 4 months ago
    Why won’t it stop raining? :((((((

  • Rob 4 months ago
    A bit wild and woolly today!

  • Chez 4 months ago
    Mikey is on holiday. I assume he will return for half term week before leaving for the winter

  • Boy dick 5 months ago
    Looks like winter today

  • Sabrina 5 months ago
    Sunny hunny is my favourite place to visit. I used to go every year on holiday as a kid and also on day trips. Now i’m limited to once a year on my mum’s birthday as i moved up north. Hoping to one day move back down there so i can visi more often.

  • Steve 5 months ago
    Great to see a high choppy sea. Something that is very rare here in southern Spain.

  • Aidan Silvester 5 months ago
    I just love seeing the choppy waters it reminds me of how choppy league one gets on a Saturday.

  • Steve 5 months ago
    Watched my new Yacht being piloted down the Wash on Saturday. Huge spring tide. No sails, no engine, just the power of the tidal current bought it down. Hardest part was stopping it.

  • Wild Bill 5 months ago
    Mikeys coffee pot kiosk has gone but I presume the other kiosks, Wash Monster and fairground carry on through October until Half Term has been and gone?

  • Adam Fleet 5 months ago
    So lovely to see willy the wash monster out again!

  • Sue 5 months ago
    Been and watched the biggest tide of the year had lovely walk along front beautiful

  • Tracey 5 months ago
    Has the little red coffee kiosk gone for the winter already?

  • aidan 5 months ago
    love that Jill!

  • Jill 6 months ago
    We are at our daughter’s in Hertfordshire to celebrate our wedding anniversary but so lucky to be able watch your webcams and see Sunny Hunny live. First thing we will do when back home is have a walk on prom and buy tea and coffee from our favourite prom kiosk, sit on a bench and enjoy looking out to sea

  • jules 6 months ago
    you lucky people enjoy this good weather.

  • Debs 6 months ago
    How fantastic to see everybody on the beach having a lovely time in this late heatwave we’re having❤️

  • Caz 6 months ago
    Looks lovely there today, just like a true summer holiday. Great for the kiosks too

  • Jill 6 months ago
    Haha, thanks Aidan. I swear it said “Sunny Hunny” when I wrote it. (Predictive text strikes again!) 12 more sleeps ‘til Norfolk.

  • Aidan Silvester 6 months ago
    I Love Sunny Henry too Jill!

  • Derek 6 months ago
    Can anybody tell me what the big red boat is it looks like a dredger

  • Jill 6 months ago
    Sunny Henry looking good today! Can’t wait for my holiday there starting on 18th September. 14 sleeps ‘til Norfolk.

  • Joshua Drewery 6 months ago
    I love going to the beach with my girlfriend

  • Rachel Diack 6 months ago
    Sea looks lovely today, the waves so crisp!

  • George Nash 6 months ago
    Had a great time at the beach last night, celebrated by a few too many!

  • Debbie mendham 6 months ago
    Lovely day at Hunstanton with the grandchildren, went on the Wash Monster for the first time, highly recommended.

  • Sue 6 months ago
    Beautiful sunset tonight

  • Maggie 7 months ago
    Lovely to see so many holidaymakers enjoying the sea front in the sunshine.

  • Shirl 7 months ago
    At last some nice weather for the holiday makers. Lovely to see everyone enjoying themselves.

  • Tim 7 months ago
    I have been visiting Sunny Hunny for the last 60 years on and off …such a lovely place to visit for the day or for a holiday.

  • Kevin 7 months ago
    A joy to see the views like this

  • Adam 7 months ago
    Proper mint that!

  • Anonomyous 7 months ago
    So lovely to see the children playing again, #loveit

  • Jennifer 7 months ago
    My goodness it’s a lively sea this morning! Hope those kiosks are gonna be ok Watching from Peterborough

  • Jennifer 7 months ago
    My goodness it’s a lively sea this morning! Hope those kiosks are gonna be ok Watching from Peterborough

  • Josh Drewery 7 months ago
    WOW JUST WOW, cant believe what im seeing!

  • SJ 7 months ago
    What a sight the sea is crashing all over the promenade it’s amazing

  • Shirl 7 months ago
    Wow rough sea this morning, love watching the waves crashing about

  • Josh Drewery 7 months ago
    Love watching the angry sea this morning, reminds me of my younger days

  • Wild Bill 7 months ago
    Blooming ada, it’s a lively one this morning and still just over an hour to go! High tide 10.18am? Those kiosks and cars gonna get a good Soak, hopefully no rocks or stones coming over…

  • Julian 7 months ago
    Sea looking really angry this morning. Mobile food wagons moved to safety.

  • Paul 7 months ago
    Just had a nice week at Hunstanton stayed at manor park weather could have been better but still enjoyable still a lovely place sun or rain

  • Maggie 7 months ago
    Feel so sad for all the holiday makers seeing Hunstanton with weather like we have this summer.

  • Tracey 7 months ago
    Wow a rough high tide, no wonder the coffee kiosk has been pulled away

  • Debbie 7 months ago
    Looks rough out there today, not summer holiday weather at the moment.

  • Steve 7 months ago
    One of the men on the speed boat would have been Geoff’s son Willie Searle. I am sure I saw one of my old school friends on the webcam yesterday John Beautiman . Made my day.

  • Melvyn 7 months ago
    I remember the speedboat ride, I went on that a lot. Early sixties. Two guys used to operate that.

  • Steve 7 months ago
    Mick I am sure you are talking about the WW2 Duck boats Searles ran to take people out to a boat called Sea Lion or a speed boat ride. The founder of the company Geof Searle back in the 60s stored these boats in out buildings at Old Hunstanton Hall during the winter. They looked a real site as they went past Old Hunstanton Church.

  • mick 7 months ago
    can anybody remember the duck drivers down the front in th seventies.?

  • John 7 months ago
    A bit wet!!

  • Boy dick 7 months ago
    Can you still catch butt’s at low tide with a net I used to do this year’s ago

  • Steve 7 months ago
    Thankyou Phillip and Marlene for your comments. I did not know what sort of ship it was but is was a great site from my bedroom window in Old Hunstanton when it arrived , sailing by the light house with smoke coming out of it`s funnel. Pleased that some body else remembers it.

  • jules 7 months ago
    give 5stars because i love the place. School hols are coming. needs families and children and sunshine. will bring back many happy memories. x

  • Philip 7 months ago
    Steve, I do believe the Royal Navy warship was in fact an LST. I and a few friends also boarded and naturally were most impressed with the two guns, mounted on the stern of the ship. Happy days in the 60s

  • Marlene 7 months ago
    Steve,I remember my mum taking me onboard that ship in the late sixties.I told my husband about it but began to doubt my memory,glad someone else can remember it.

  • Melvyn 7 months ago
    Steve, thank you for the info.

  • Steve 8 months ago
    Melvyn I am not sure of the dates but the section from the cliffs to where the old wimpey bar was, that is the corner of the green where the band stand is was built much earlier than the rest. I think the rest was built during the early 50s. Back in the late 60s a Royal Navy warship with a flat bottom visited Hunstanton and beached it self in front of where the sailing club is. The public were allowed on board and my Father took me.(it was great) it stayed 2 days, Now the rocks that have appeared would prevent this happening.

  • Melvyn 8 months ago
    If we all move to Hunstanton, it should cure the traffic jams on the A149.

  • Angela 8 months ago
    Hazel, me too!

  • Hazel 8 months ago
    I watch this everyday longing to live here! One day

  • Melvyn 8 months ago
    Anyone know when the prom was built?

  • Steve 8 months ago
    The prom has gone back to how it looked in the 70s. The drop was much bigger then as it was when the prom was built. The sand is forever changing.

  • Richard 8 months ago
    Yes, just 4 or 5 years ago, 2018 for certain, you would be able to just step off the prom onto the beach, on the couple of bays near where the Wash Monster parks. Not anymore now the sand has all gone. Instead there is and 8-10 foot drop ! This is why the beach is so rocky and wet all the time now.

  • Melvyn 8 months ago
    I remember the beach being completely washed away and rebuilt by dredging sand up and pushing it up the beach. I am sure thats happened twice at least, in the last 65 years. I only arrived at Hunstanton in 1952, so perhaps someone can remember further back?

  • Glenn 8 months ago
    I was looking at some old pictures of Hunstanton beach at South Prom and there were hardly any rocks/stones on the beach years ago, did these use to get cleared? Would make the beach more user friendly for everyone if these were removed. Any thoughts people??

  • jules 8 months ago
    beautiful seas like we remember for 45yrs plus. hunny your loved by many generations, FOREVER. x

  • Jill 8 months ago
    Watching high tide on webcam this morning. Wow, so high and rough ! ! Wonder what beach will look like after tide goes out.. looking forward to my daily walk on prom and beach later

  • Phil 8 months ago
    At least we can go into the sea….. unlike many coastal resorts these days

  • June 8 months ago
    Just luv seeing the school children on the beach,,

  • Melvyn 8 months ago
    Andrew, its flats and more flats.

  • Andrew 8 months ago
    Many Years ago , I used to come for the day to Hunstanton (Sunny Honey) ,from my then home of Sculthorpe , I once did a Disco with my friend Chris at The Kit Kat , since which time it burnt down , now I see they are building something on the same site , I would like to know what they are building . They are also building properties on the site of The former Hunstanton Station , taking away car parking spaces , If they were to build a Multi-story Car Park that would benefit the Coastal Town . We still come to Shop in Hunstanton’s TESCO store where we can eat in their Café , the staff in there are really friendly . We can also top up with fuel as we now live 16 miles East of Hunstanton .

  • Lesley 8 months ago
    Looking forward to visiting on Sunday

  • Angela 8 months ago
    What a beautiful sky tonight

  • Paul 9 months ago
    Seven more weeks than our annual weeks hol in sunny hunny can’ wait

  • Marlene 9 months ago
    That water looks inviting,really miss living in sunny hunny.

  • jules 9 months ago
    what a beautiful sight. people enjoying the hot days at the seaside of hunny.

  • Marlene 9 months ago
    Sitting at home in kings lynn looking at the webcams,I could just do with getting in the sea right now.

  • jules 9 months ago
    looks great for the bank holiday

  • Becky 9 months ago
    Looks beautiful at Hunstanton today

  • Linda Davies 9 months ago
    Melvin, thanks for that I might look out for them again

  • melvyn 9 months ago
    Digging for Lugworm or Ragworm. No, you wouldnt like them.

  • Ned 9 months ago
    That sea is really blue this morning!

  • Linda Davies 9 months ago
    can someone tell me what the 2 people are digging for on the beach at 4.45am

  • Seasea 10 months ago
    Can wait to go back in summer it’s what I look forward to all year

  • Tasha 10 months ago
    Can’t wait to return in July. The sea looks so calm and nice

  • Roger 10 months ago
    Lovely to see the sea looking so clean and beautiful

  • Brian 10 months ago
    Lovely to see the town again every thing is looking very clean and ready for every one to enjoy themselves,our family spent so many Holliday hear,many thanks for the webcams.Brian now on Holliday in Majorca,see you all soon.

  • Marlene 10 months ago
    There’s one heck of a thunderstorm heading your way buy the look of that sky,we have it over kings lynn at the moment.

  • Debs 10 months ago
    We have just had a terrific storm, thunder, lightening, hail etc in King’Lynn, i wonder if it’s headed for what looks a calm dry Hunstanton seafront? Love the Webcams❤️

  • Alexandra 10 months ago
    lovely, sat here watching just before 7pm and a seal popped up from the water, what a bonus!

  • EMAS 10 months ago
    Wow the sea is looking a shade of blue today

  • jules 10 months ago
    here we come hunny. see you at the weekend. yes

  • mick 10 months ago
    where r the wash monsters,does anyone know.?

  • Martin 11 months ago
    I spy Wash monsters!!!

  • Debbie 11 months ago
    Lovely to see the town starting to wake up after sleeping through the winter.

  • mick 11 months ago
    dont think wash moster is running yet.

  • paul 11 months ago
    hope paul is still on the wash monster will b down 22 of april.

  • Betty 11 months ago
    Lovely morning in sunny hunny today.

  • jules 11 months ago
    hunny is alive ready for the season YES enjoy

  • Craig 11 months ago
    I love sunny hunny coming for a week staying on manor park in May this year can anyone tell me what hours rainbow fun park is open in May we are coming on the 29th of May to the 5th june

  • Arthur 11 months ago
    yes martin the wash monster starts easter weekend

  • Tracey 11 months ago
    Where is the Wash Monster, they are missing out on a lot of trade this week

  • jules 11 months ago
    beautiful sight. hunny is perfect.

  • Angela 11 months ago
    What a beautiful day

  • Martin 11 months ago
    Can anyone tell me if the Wash Monster is running yet this year?

  • Jean 11 months ago
    Your weather looks like ours here in Dorset wet and windy

  • Eileen 11 months ago
    Great to see the donut kiosk back, best donuts in Hunstanton can’t wait to visit again this year!

  • june 11 months ago
    luvly to see the school children on the beach,,,wish I was there :),,

  • jules 11 months ago
    what a high tide. visiting hunny saturday for a few days cant wait.

  • Pam 11 months ago
    It wasn’t here last year

  • Dick 11 months ago
    Is the big wheel not going to be at hunstanton this year

  • Roger 12 months ago
    Look at that sunset tonight

  • june 12 months ago
    Coffee man back :) yyyeeehhhh,,,

  • jess 12 months ago
    Woahhh angry sea be careful everyone!

  • Linda 12 months ago
    bit choppy this morning

  • Jane 12 months ago
    Bit choppy tonight.

  • jules 12 months ago
    hunny always shows us moods love its feelings. its still only march.

  • Jess :) 12 months ago
    Some of these views would make gorgeous postcards! Love sunny Hunny so much

  • Maggie 1 year ago
    Looks to.be a beautiful sunny morning today.

  • Freddy 1 year ago
    Wow the promenade looks so much better not cluttered with kiosts .

  • Dorothy 1 year ago
    Hope the runners didn’t get too wet this morning! Looking rough out there

  • Bomber 1 year ago
    Wow that is one rough sea love to see it like this.

  • Rosemary 1 year ago
    That sea looks angry tonight and washing the promenade

  • Richard 1 year ago
    Be there in a couple of weeks cannot wait day trip or week it just gives you that upper you need, love this place

  • Gary 1 year ago
    Looks busy in sunny hunny today can not wait to be there

  • alexandra 1 year ago
    Angela the sun is now peeping out from the clouds here between Lynn and Wisbech, finally! Pea souper still by the coast, looks very thick, hopefully it will clear by sunset!

  • Tim 1 year ago
    A bit foggy in hunny,beautiful and sunny in Cambridge

  • Angela 1 year ago
    Alexandra, it was beautiful sunshine earlier when I looked.

  • alexandra 1 year ago
    Checking the cameras to see if its as foggy in hunny as it is here in the fens… It is

  • Davy 1 year ago
    Good to see the the Fish and Chip kiosk back and looking fresh .

  • Carole 1 year ago
    Lovely to see Hunstanton so lively today.

  • Roger 1 year ago
    Coffee van back and another one nice to see and the fair

  • Steve 1 year ago
    Great to see the fair going up.

  • Tracey 1 year ago
    Shame there isn’t a coffee kiosk all year round on the promenade. Its been so busy, would make a mint.

  • jules 1 year ago
    so lovely to see children enjoying hunstantons beach. its how a childs life should be making memories and having fun.

  • Nana j 1 year ago
    Nothing better than a walk along the prom on a January sunday .

  • Derek 1 year ago
    Hi can anybody tell me what all the black birds are on the this morning please

  • Marlene 1 year ago
    Looking a bit choppy today.

  • Jean Dorset 1 year ago
    Great to see the swim on the webcam only sorry I couldn’t be there

  • Barnacle Bill 1 year ago
    Great Christmas swim! Thanks to paramedics keeping everyone safe, and also toilet cleaner for opening Esplanade cos many wery in need walking home

  • Graham 1 year ago
    Lovely to see the Christmas Day swim on the webcam……

  • Mark P 1 year ago
    well done folks! merry xmas to one & all

  • R 1 year ago
    Thank you for super coverage of the swim, happy dogs and hearty Hunstanton.

  • Maureen 1 year ago
    Brilliant turnout for the Christmas Day swim. Well done to everyone and thank you for allowing those of us that are not local to watch on the webcam

  • Alexandra ★ 1 year ago
    So much fun watching the Christmas Day swim, good on all of ya, made my Christmas morning! Seasons greetings to one and all, and here is to 2023 xoxox

  • Hunstanton RT 1 year ago
    Merry Christmas from Hunstanton RoundTable, organisers of the Christmas Swim

  • Steve 1 year ago
    Steve watching from Spain, Very Good.

  • Carrie 1 year ago
    Brilliant coverage x Merry Christmas everyone xx

  • Trevor 1 year ago
    Merry Christmas

  • See Brooke 1 year ago
    HO HO HO, Hello

  • Admin 1 year ago
    Hi Angela, the Christmas Day swim starts at 11am and yes you will be able to watch the swim on the South Prom webcam

  • Angela 1 year ago
    Jean, what time is the swim and I assume you can watch it from one of the webcams?

  • Jean Dorset 1 year ago
    I will watch the swim on Christmas day I never miss one the 10years I was there merry Christmas hunny.

  • Chris 1 year ago
    One of the best places to feel complete calm any time of year and in any weather. I miss you Hunny.

  • jules 1 year ago
    sat at home missing hunny. sun shining and thick frost everywhere 4days now here at home. but hunny is still my second home.

  • Robert 1 year ago
    Looks lovely. Just editing a video in which I use a colorized photograph of my Great Grandmother on the beach there in 1937. It must have been a bank holiday outing.

  • jules 1 year ago
    sunny hunny so true. love it always.

  • jules 1 year ago
    i would so like to be at hunny here at home in oxfordshire is grim. lights on at 3.15 in the afternoon raining, dark and breezy. roll on new season. still watch webcam daily.

  • Angela 1 year ago
    Love the changing colours of the sunrise, beautiful.

  • Batty 1 year ago
    were has the helter skeltor gone?

  • Trevor 1 year ago
    Wow, what a glorious sunset today!

  • Mel 1 year ago
    If climate change keeps going, the fair could be all year! Long time since I have worn a proper winter coat. Poor mother nature totally confused. As a child, I remember scraping the ice off my bedroom window. On the inside! Not anymore.

  • Steve 1 year ago
    It is so good to see the fair open for so long. Back in the 60`s and 70`s by the 2nd week of September it would be gone. This has to be good for Hunstanton.

  • Tracey 1 year ago
    June….Yes but it has been a good summer and we’ve had lots of lovely walks along the prom

  • jules 1 year ago
    it may be almost winter but hunny is still always lovely to see or visit. xmas and new year then it wont be long till another new season . another year at hunny.

  • June 1 year ago
    :( the fun fair is being dismantled,,winter is closing in,,

  • Kathy 1 year ago
    The weather’s been wonderful this year at Sunny Hunny.

  • Richard 1 year ago
    Never ever disappoints it is one of the best places and I will be back again next week…..in fact a re=union of people who met in the mid 70s and 80s.

  • Angela 1 year ago
    What a beautiful sky tonight

  • Carole 1 year ago
    Hunstanton still looking very beautiful

  • Carole 1 year ago
    Hunstanton still looking very beautiful

  • jules 1 year ago
    october and such beautiful sights of the norfolk coastline. wish i was there.

  • Shane 1 year ago
    Lovely to see Hunstanton from Spain All enjoy that Norfolk Coast and Fantastic Sun Sets

  • Steve 1 year ago
    Some great photos from the 1960`s today on the EDP24 web site.

  • jules 1 year ago
    sat at home watching the high tides and splashing waves. Hopefully back several times before end of season . But can always watch the webcam.

  • Steve 1 year ago
    That end of season look is always special

  • jules 1 year ago
    winter is coming but hunstanton is still a beautiful place. its stressless atmosphere is so relaxing and calming. sights and moody sea are great to enjoy.

  • Tracey 1 year ago
    Yes Mel, time for the bobble hat and big coat but its still beautiful.

  • Mel 1 year ago
    Paul, dont wish your life away. Enjoy Hunstanton in the winter, its good. My dog loves it.

  • Paul 1 year ago
    A month ago in our shorts now you need hat and coat roll on next summer

  • June 1 year ago
    The boy dick,,believe coffee man went night before last high tide,,

  • Mel 1 year ago
    The coffe kiosk was taken away for safety, when the flood warning was in place.

  • The boy dick. Sunny hunny 1 year ago
    Where has the coffee kiosk gone

  • Wild Bill 1 year ago
    Sea barely went out today and it’s already only about 20 yards from the prom and there’s still 2 hours to high tide… Fierce old wind making some angry waves. Tune in, folks!

  • Darren 1 year ago
    What was the Digger doing to on the beach today

  • The boy dick 1 year ago
    God bless the Queen May she rest in peace

  • Wild Bill 2 years ago
    Yes Sue, very bad news about the fish pond – I hope poor Brian is being comforted and supported, he has done sterling work feeding all them fish for so many years and last Sunday he was distraught.

  • Steve 2 years ago
    Yes very sad to hear about the fountain. When I was a lad it was over grown and you had to look hard to see the fish. It looks so much better now.

  • Sue 2 years ago
    I agree Norfolk Lass, so sad to hear about the water fountain.

  • Norfolk lass 2 years ago
    My favourite place in the whole world I just love it there it’s paradise to me even in the wind and rain will definitely retire there I constantly think of Hunstanton and living there

  • Tracey 2 years ago
    Some lovely sunsets

  • John 2 years ago
    Just look so nice

  • Tim 2 years ago
    Be there next Friday don’t care what the weather does we’ll be on holiday can’t wait

  • julie 2 years ago
    wish we were there sat at home watching the beauty of hunny.

  • Angela 2 years ago
    What a fabulous sky tonight

  • julie 2 years ago
    what a typical bank holiday the rain now decides to appear. Still enjoy the natural sea and surroundings.

  • Richard 2 years ago
    Nice to see the red coffee kiosk open,delicious coffee and super smoothies,can’t wait to get there

  • Rosie 2 years ago
    Nice one Steve, started my day off with a chuckle

  • Steve 2 years ago
    No Mel their lives are stable

  • Mel 2 years ago
    Ponies, probably on strike!

  • Audrey 2 years ago
    How long have the Wash Monsters been at Hunstanton?

  • Marlene 2 years ago
    Have the ponies stopped giving rides at the beach,haven’t seen them at all this year.?

  • Jean 2 years ago
    Looks a much nicer there today for holidaymakers. Still no rain in my part of Bedfordshire. Love watching Hunstanton cams

  • Mel 2 years ago
    I have known Hunstanton for 70 years, and I can never tire of it. Sunny or rainy ,superb. I prefer it rainy. Norfolk, Gods county.

  • Norfolk lass 2 years ago
    I love this place no matter the wether it’s paradise to me

  • julie 2 years ago
    Got our rain in oxfordshire as lots of other places in england. Enjoy the scenery and beautiful sea air and views whatever. Hunstanton and area is beautiful whatever the weather. Visiting very soon whatever the weather.

  • Arthur 2 years ago
    micheal the coffee man who was in the red hut on the sea front, has gone to heacham where he still sells tea and coffee,and loads of ice cream to eat i would recommend it,his mum and dad sometimes open it.

  • Marion 2 years ago
    I only live the other side of Norfolk but commitments stop me from getting to this beautiful place as much as I would like.Being able to watch this webcam is brilliant,until I can visit in person again.A big thanks for providing it.

  • julie 2 years ago
    so sorry today is grim. but the rain is needed. at home in oxfordshire we desperately need some rain,its not happening. sorry for you on hols.

  • Bubbles 2 years ago
    Reply to Boy Dick – Yes I agree with you regarding the horse shoe shaped wall built on the beach to create a sea water swimming pool when the tide goes out. Sounds a good idea, wonder if ok someone like Searles would consider doing it?

  • mark 2 years ago
    With regard to the coffee man – I noticed that to – peak season and not open. Very strange indeed

  • lisa 2 years ago
    I hope the coffee man is ok. he does not seem to have been open much this season.

  • Mollie 2 years ago
    You didn’t reply so we won’t see if you are not at Sunny Hunny But let me know when you will be here Oh the weather is just lovely here it great for Hunstanton

  • Marlene 2 years ago
    It’s lovely to see so many people enjoying themselves in the sunshine.

  • The boy dick 2 years ago
    What hunstanton needs is a horseshoe shaped wall built on the beach to create a sea water swimming pool when the tide goes out does anyone agree?

  • Mollie 2 years ago
    Are you at Sunny Hunny Gord if you are there we must all meet up let us know

  • julie 2 years ago
    free entertainment when everyone is worried about fuel and food costs. enjoy what we have been given stress free.

  • Mel 2 years ago
    Nip round to Skegness and catch it from the other side!

  • Tim 2 years ago
    Tide way out today long way for a paddle

  • Norfolk lass 2 years ago
    I’m the same Julie I absolutely love it there it definitely feels like home when I’m there

  • Peter 2 years ago
    To the person in the grey top, waving while sitting on the wall with the large cardboard box waiting to make a delivery – Good morning

  • julie 2 years ago
    what a beautiful day again. sat at home looking at hunny. look every day when i cannot be there. my second home.

  • julie 2 years ago
    this is what seaside hols are about. great to see. be safe out there with the heat and sun. protect yourselves.

  • Ryan 2 years ago
    It was lovely Paul, let’s win the lottery and go back again

  • Paul 2 years ago
    Just had a week with my son and his family at sunny hunny at manor park you can’t beat it lovely beaches plenty to do and friendly people

  • Mel 2 years ago
    The rains amazing, it means I get the whole beach to myself. I love it.

  • BOY dick 2 years ago
    Do not complane about the rain we desperately need the rain to survive tourists can come another day

  • Maggie 2 years ago
    Such a shame for the holiday makers seeing the wet stormy weather today and the empty prom.

  • Norfolk lass 2 years ago
    I love hunstanton go every year don’t need to go abroad when you have hunstanton

  • Mel 2 years ago
    The soft sand at Gt Yarmouth is not touched by the sea. Further down the beach were the sea reaches it, its firm. Try a bowl of flour, light and powdery, now add some water.

  • Jane Woodcock 2 years ago
    Hunstanton is on The Wash – Yarmouth is on the open North Sea coastline – sand moves and changes over time and The Wash causes a lot of changes with tidal erosion & deposits. Also the geological make up of the The Wash causes sandbanks and the wave cut platform along the inlet. The Lincolnshire side of The Wash is very sandy, as the water is probably deeper, at the moment but that also changes over time.

  • Richard 2 years ago
    Great Yarmouth has nice soft sand but in hunstanton it looks like wet mud anybody know why?

  • Wendy 2 years ago
    Looks a beautiful Friday morning

  • Mel 2 years ago
    Rising sea levels would mean less of the beach will remain dry. These days most of the beach remains wet.

  • Angela 2 years ago
    Love the beautiful heart made Of sandcastles , shame it will be lost shortly as the tide is coming in. Well done to those that made it.

  • Richard 2 years ago
    Why is the sand so wet at hunstanton now years ago there used to be nice soft sand

  • Wild Bill 2 years ago
    Well, Boy Dick, we have had Whales before and look how that went.. HUNSTANTON mentioned on Radio 4 and News at Ten! Live reporting from the Old Town dunes then press pack off for a snifter at Golf Club bar til the early hours.. Such fun!

  • BOY dick 2 years ago
    Beware of sharks in suny hunny

  • Rosie 2 years ago
    Stuck in traffic jams, bless their hearts,

  • Hunny fan 2 years ago
    Perfect just perfect

  • Steve 2 years ago
    It is the end of July. Where is everybody.

  • julie 2 years ago
    Love the webcam views daily. hunny will always be part of my life even after nearly 45yrs. my hubby nearly 60yrs.

  • jean 2 years ago
    phew hot one today be safe everyone

  • Gerry. 2 years ago
    Think there will be several people with sore arms, legs & shoulders by the morning. Very hot out there today. Respect the sun.

  • Rosemary 2 years ago
    Not so many today, but I do agree with you.

  • Elaine 2 years ago
    I cannot believe people are still walking dogs along the front on concrete so so cruel shouldn’t be aloud to have a dog I’m so so angry

  • derek 2 years ago
    just arrived home after week at suuny honey fantastic weather beautiful caravan been coming for years since about 7yrs old would love to live there but not to be yet

  • Carole 2 years ago
    Hunstanton looks beautiful today. Reminds me of a painting. Very envious!

  • Kath 2 years ago
    Looking a hot busy day today. And hello to the two young ladies waving

  • Ryan 2 years ago
    It will be lovely Paul we look forward to it

  • Paul 2 years ago
    Two weeks to go then we will see you Ryan and your lovely family for a weeks hol in lovey sunny hunny

  • Susan 2 years ago
    So love connecting with sea and sights on webcam. Makes me smile

  • Angela 2 years ago
    Glenn, I too would love to be there!

  • Glenn 2 years ago
    Would love to be there now

  • Caroline 2 years ago
    Oh the donkeys, when I was a little girl (along time ago!!) my dad had the donkeys on our farm for the winter to look after them.

  • Tracey 2 years ago
    Hello to Mum and Mo !! From Tracey

  • Dawn 2 years ago
    What a beautiful subset tonight

  • Steve 2 years ago
    Bring back the donkey`s. They all had names I am sure one was called Plum!

  • Marlene 2 years ago
    What’s happened to the ponies,haven’t noticed them on here this year.

  • Gerry 2 years ago
    Great views on a early Sunday morning. About to walk along the front .

  • Karl 2 years ago
    Nice to see a few more people on the south prom beach and the prom on a nice Saturday evening

  • Dick 2 years ago
    School kids on the beach today

  • Jacky 2 years ago
    Beautiful sunset

  • June Whiley 2 years ago
    Lovely to see the school children on a trip to the beach, hope they all enjoyed.

  • BARBARA 2 years ago
    Wow! What a sunset tonight! Absolutely beautiful

  • BARBARA 2 years ago
    Wow! What a sunset tonight! Absolutely beautiful

  • Carole 2 years ago
    Similar comment to Marion, Hunstanton on a nice day can’t be beaten.

  • Marion 2 years ago
    Hunstanton on a Summer evening, can’t beat it.

  • BARBARA 2 years ago
    Wow! What a sunset tonight! Absolutely beautiful

  • BARBARA 2 years ago
    Wow! What a sunset tonight! Absolutely beautiful

  • Paul 2 years ago
    Only six weeks before we arrive for a weeks hol and I can have my early morning walk along the prom

  • BARBARA 2 years ago
    Wow! What a sunset tonight! Absolutely beautiful

  • Jenny 2 years ago
    Fandabbydozy sunset.

  • BARBARA 2 years ago
    Wow! What a sunset tonight! Absolutely beautiful

  • Shirl 2 years ago
    Wow beautiful sunset tonight

  • Stephen 2 years ago
    Yes Tracey you are right I believe he was maudies son

  • Mark 2 years ago
    it was jimmy buzzy who was bar keep at the harlequin….a real rough house back in the late 70’s, proper locals joint. jimmy used to live above a mate of mine in Austin Street, you’d hear him & his boyfriend clomping up the stairs at ‘stupid o’clock’ most nights lol

  • Phil 2 years ago
    Delly was Maude’s son. As has been said, bait digger as well as other things

  • Tracey 2 years ago
    Stephen, the bait digger was Delly ( sp?) not Dilly. He was the brother of a friend!

  • Marlene 2 years ago
    Looking at the web cams thinking I could just do with getting in the sea right now.

  • Dick 2 years ago
    Looks like a nice afternoon in Hunstanton praise the lord

  • Stephen 2 years ago
    I was a drummer in a band called the 3 dimensions we did a summer season at the kit kat in 1974 our supporting was Bert Bradshaw also known as Mr hunstanton mr and Mrs Collisanti were the managers with Mr gott who was the under manager my wife Kathryn worked behind the bar alongside with Dick Melton and Les Parnell we performed every lunchtime and evening 7 days a week and loved every minute of it I also remember maudi and Joanie and there was a guy called dilly who used to dig for bait at low tide and sell it to the fisher men he also worked at the kit kat in the newly opened pan cake restaurant I remember another barman i think his name was Jack who used to work on the royal train many years ago

  • Derek 2 years ago
    Beautiful weather hoping it stays because shall be there in 3 weeks time can’t wait I love sunny hunny

  • Wendy 2 years ago
    Looks beautiful Love sunny honey

  • Deb 2 years ago
    The sea looks so clear and serene this morning. Just beautiful xx

  • Dick 2 years ago
    What a beautiful sunset praise the lord

  • JellyBaby 2 years ago
    Ah yes The Kit Kat dance hall and night club. Just a piece of derelict land now.

  • Dick 2 years ago
    Does anyone remember birds coaches and a driver called Tom while?

  • Philip 2 years ago
    Harlequin, yes… remember Jimmy, yes…. a long time ago

  • Boy dick 2 years ago
    Does anyone remember the harlequin pub in Hunstanton and the barman called Jimmy buzz

  • Philip 2 years ago
    Kit Kat… Horry Saunders, Albert Pollis, Maude in The Salad Bowl… ring any bells?

  • Linda 2 years ago
    That was probably Mr Colisanti(! not sure of the spelling). He was the manager for Brookes Bros who were the owners.

  • Steve 2 years ago
    Re Kit kat staff. I can only remember Dick Melton who in his old age writes very good history pages for local magazines. The man with a patch on his eye had a name like Conasante. ( I know that is spelt incorrectly)

  • Boy dick 2 years ago
    Does anyone remember the names of the staff at the kit kat? I remember a man with a patch on his eye

  • lisa 2 years ago
    looks a bit different today to last thrusday when we were there and it was packed and you couldnt move. we cant wait to be there again.

  • Boy. Dick 2 years ago
    Calm sea

  • Steve 2 years ago
    Marline it would have been the early 60`s as I would have been 5 or 6. And I think you worked on the donkey`s late 60`s.

  • jules 2 years ago
    who needs spain and portugal etc flight probs . stay in good old britain.

  • The old boy dick 2 years ago
    Nice day at sunny hunny today few people about also the boat is during pleasure trips

  • The boy dick 2 years ago
    No one on the prom tonight

  • The boy dick 2 years ago
    Quiet at the moment in Hunstanton

  • Caz 2 years ago
    Watching on the camera, nice and warm back at home. Sadly, we left a day early from our break as the weather took a turn for the worst. We had a good few nice weather days before today, so all okay.

  • Marlene 2 years ago
    Steve,that’s when I used to work with the donkies and ponies I was only 9 or 10 but loved leading the up and down the beach.Nearest I ever got to owning one.

  • The boy dick 2 years ago
    Cold and raining

  • Steve 2 years ago
    Back in the 60`s their used to be more donkey`s than ponies. I loved a ride on the donkey`s when I was a child. Shame they changed to only having ponies.

  • Marlene 2 years ago
    Have the beach ponies been out this year yet.?

  • Boy dick 2 years ago
    Heavy rain

  • jules 2 years ago
    what a pleasure to watch hunny at home till we get back to enjoy the real thing

  • jules 2 years ago
    sadly we have to except the modern ways. but the old ways and basic ways dont exist anymore. only us can let our families enjoy a great seaside experience for them to enjoy and pass on to the future generations.

  • Boy dick 2 years ago
    Would be better if there was a pier also a boating lake and a horseshoe shape wall on the beach to create a sea water swimming pool when the tide goes out

  • Boy dick 2 years ago
    No ambition in Hunstanton just retirement flats would be better to have more in door attractions for holiday makers and day trippers also the car parks are to expensive

  • jules 2 years ago
    hunstanton has been our holiday place for 60yrs over generations and for many more,

  • Steve 2 years ago
    100% correct Dick

  • The boy dick 2 years ago
    To many retirement flats being built in Hunstanton would have been better if there was something built there like the old kitkat

  • Admin 2 years ago
    Afraid so The Boy Dick

  • The boy dick 2 years ago
    More flats I presume?

  • Steve 2 years ago
    About time. All these years that site has been left. I cannot understand how a prime site like this could be left so long.

  • Admin 2 years ago
    Hi The Boy Dick, we don’t believe that the big viewing wheel will be back this year as they have been surveying and markings have appeared on the site, assuming in readiness for building work to start.

  • The boy dick 2 years ago
    Is the big wheel not going to be at Hunstanton this summer?

  • Pam 2 years ago
    Beautiful sunset

  • Leanne 2 years ago
    Loving the web cam – a chap is raising money for Head up Charity running round the coast of Britain will be running through Hunstanton soon – as keeping an eye out for him

  • Richard 2 years ago
    Magnificent

  • Tim 2 years ago
    Can’t wait be down there end of month

  • Maggie 2 years ago
    Looks like a lovely day, enjoy Hunstanton everyone, wish I could be there.

  • Paul 2 years ago
    A lovely sunny start 14\5\22 hope everyone have a nice day

  • Trevor 2 years ago
    Great sunset today!

  • Lola 2 years ago
    I love it Hunstanton is a great place, people mostly don’t like the rocks and the beautiful lush waves but I saw 2 people waving to the camera I think I waved back!~,HELLO FROM CANADA OTWATTA

  • Ann 2 years ago
    The Web cams have changed to moving. I used to like seeing the flag from the blue kiosk P.S. I ❤️ FOOD in front of the waterside. If the flag was up I could tell it was open.

  • Sue 2 years ago
    William what did you think of Hunstanton? I’ve been coming for trips for over 30years now. I love the beaches from Hunstanton round to Brancaster. I’ll be there in June too !

  • Jan 2 years ago
    Just saw three people standing on the steps waving to the camera. Hello and waving back from Maryland!

  • WILLIAM 2 years ago
    Was there only 24 hours ago as a first time visitor and i have already booked a return trip in June

  • Sue 2 years ago
    Lovely to see the three children just putting their rubbish in the bin.

  • Lilian 2 years ago
    Sunny Hunny looks amazing this morning. You do not get many tides like this.

  • Caz 2 years ago
    Just back from having wonderful Easter break. Fantastic weather, very relaxing and was able to wave to my sister via the webcams!

  • Tim 2 years ago
    It should be another cracking sunset tonight

  • Ann 2 years ago
    Love listning to the sea and watching the waves

  • Carole 2 years ago
    Lovely to see the little ones on the beach having good old-fashioned fun.

  • Lilian 2 years ago
    Well Done everyone

  • Miranda 2 years ago
    Good luck all in the swim today

  • Carole 2 years ago
    Lovely to see the little ones on the beach having good old-fashioned fun.

  • Joseph 2 years ago
    So pleased Bumped into John travolta today on my lunch break. I hope he walks along the prom.

  • Martin 2 years ago
    the mic is a great edition!!! thank you!! it would probably require a different camera but a 360 VR would be cool here too and then anyone can control the camera and view it in VR as its prerecorded, the footage wouldnt be live anymore but still fun.

  • Jane 2 years ago
    Sea’s a bit choppy tonight

  • Tracey 2 years ago
    3 more weeks and I will be walking on the prom!!

  • Richard 2 years ago
    Is the big wheel coming back to Hunstanton this year anyone know?

  • Maggie. 2 years ago
    So good to see the prom packed with visitors.

  • Karl 2 years ago
    Nice to see a few people around on mothers day as it is a bit chilley

  • Derek 2 years ago
    Please see some of this lovely weather for me thank you7

  • arthur 2 years ago
    The kiosks still can go on the front, it’s up to them. April 1st is the date they can go on until october.

  • Wendy 2 years ago
    What a beautiful Friday morning. Wish I was there walking along the sea front.

  • Donna 2 years ago
    Did they have to take them away last year as well, or just in winter spring.

  • Toni 2 years ago
    Hi love the webcam. Not spotted the blue car couple lately did this morning great to see they’re out and about. Enjoying the lovely weather

  • Tony 2 years ago
    They have to take them off because of council regulations

  • Mary 2 years ago
    Richard, this is due to the storms, kiosks would have been badly flooded/damaged

  • Derek 2 years ago
    Beautiful weather can’t wait till July looking forward to coming to second home just love it

  • Richard 2 years ago
    Why do they taking the food drink kiosks away anyone know

  • Carole 2 years ago
    Lovely to see Hunstanton so busy today and the kiosks up and running again. Hope to visit there soon.

  • Ian 2 years ago
    Someone’s been doing drawings in the sand

  • Wendy 2 years ago
    BRILLIANT to have the ‘Sound’ with the Webcam. Thank you.

  • Steve 2 years ago
    What a wonderful sunset. Makes me feel homesick.

  • Angela 2 years ago
    What a beautiful morning

  • Ned 2 years ago
    At least it’s Wash water!! ;-)

  • Debra Goddard 2 years ago
    Wow, the snack cabin is having a good wash tonight ,high tide .

  • Sarah 2 years ago
    Looks so pretty with the beautiful sunset and the fair lights……

  • Rosie 2 years ago
    Oh my goodness just look at that sunset

  • Wendy 2 years ago
    What a stunning morning. And first weekend for a while with no storms/wind.

  • Lola 2 years ago
    A lovely afternoon to watch the beach water awake

  • Kath 2 years ago
    Was just thinking, hadn’t seen the blue car couple for a while and hoped they were ok. Then this morning, there they were.

  • Wendy 2 years ago
    What a beautiful evening it looks.

  • Rosie 2 years ago
    What a sunset!!!!!!

  • Baldy 2 years ago
    Relaxing To Watch Day & Night Brillant Viewing

  • Jonathan 2 years ago
    Lovely View, Will Look At This More Often. Credit To You, How Views Have Changed On The Beach,More Stones & Rocks Seen Years Ago On The Large Steps To The Sandy Beach,

  • Odette 2 years ago
    Looks much calmer now, let’s hope that’s the last of the wind

  • Odette 2 years ago
    Looks much calmer now, let’s hope that’s the last of the wind

  • Rob 2 years ago
    Nice sitting here at home watching the rough sea, waves hitting the camera let alone washing over the promenade!

  • Jane 2 years ago
    An angry sea is a power not to be challenged

  • Debra Goddard 2 years ago
    Wow, very angry sea tonight , great to watch .

  • linda 2 years ago
    looks really rough tonight

  • Valda 2 years ago
    It looks so peaceful after such strong winds and choppy water. Lovely. Has some of the sand washed out?

  • Ned 2 years ago
    Looks like the sea facing side of glass globe with the camera in it is caked in salt!! Good luck to whoever volunteers to go up and clean it. Take care please.

  • Jane 2 years ago
    So much calmer after yesterday

  • Rosie 2 years ago
    I would think so, they were badly hit last year, so it seems sensible to take them away temporarily,

  • Donna 2 years ago
    Kiosks have gone, is it because of the threat of storms ?

  • Hanna 2 years ago
    just spent a lovely 4 days in a not so sunny hunny but I still love it all the same :)

  • PETER 2 years ago
    Good to see the kiosks on the prom, a sign of spring and holidays coming soon

  • Elizabeth 2 years ago
    blue sea at Hunny !

  • Derek 2 years ago
    Nice to see the kiosks coming back.

  • Chris 2 years ago
    Thank you for the webcam so nice to look at the sea with the sound affects its brilliant my sister lives in Germany and she loves it. Thank you

  • Rob 2 years ago
    Good to see the orange coffee hut back again.

  • Helen 2 years ago
    well done hunstanton band for playing in front of the Queen at sandringham on saturday saw you on tv the news you all do a great job.

  • Steve 2 years ago
    It is so good to see the fair going up and the big wheel lit up. Back in the 70´s it was dead until Easter.

  • Rosemary 2 years ago
    Thank you Jill

  • Karl 2 years ago
    Nice to see that the fun fair is going back up on the south prom and what a lovely view from the Web cam now

  • Sharron 2 years ago
    Waves really high tonight

  • Rosemary 2 years ago
    Thank you Jill

  • Jill 2 years ago
    Would have been a parkrun, Rosemary

  • Rosemary 2 years ago
    Lots of runners on the prom this morning……is it a normal event?

  • Andrew 2 years ago
    Loving the new cameras.

  • peter 2 years ago
    Steve, thanks, mystery solved – it is the Oasis building, the new camera doesn’t pan back now to include it as the old fixed one did. I remember the KitKat from the 70’s, used to end up there most Saturdays after working at the Wimpy Bar

  • Ned 2 years ago
    This new camera is so good you can actually see the wind turbines near Skegness rotating!

  • Glenda 2 years ago
    As a person that is unable to go out much due to illness these webcams are fantastic, thank you.

  • Steve 2 years ago
    Peter, The sea life centre is where the boating lake was and that was next to the fair. You may be thinking of the Kit Kat which was before the boating lake almost in line where the slight bend is.

  • Dawn 2 years ago
    Beautiful subset tonight wish I was there

  • EMAS 2 years ago
    Wow beautiful sunset, thanks for making it possible to see

  • peter 2 years ago
    Wasn’t there a large white building between the Sealife Centre and the Fair at the far end of the prom?

  • Denise 2 years ago
    Love the webcams, but please clean the cameras

  • Ned 2 years ago
    Christine, only when the tide is in ;-)

  • Dan 2 years ago
    A great advert for the bar, for those who haven’t been in there it’s worth it just for a nice pint with that fantastic view, especially when the sun is shining. Thanks so much for the camera upgrade, very much appreciated that you cleaned it of all the salt spray it received on Monday morning, it’s so great to be able to hear the sounds now and to get to see the sunset. The cams are all great assets to Hunstanton with this being the flagship of them all! Great effort all involved.

  • Christine 2 years ago
    Is a permit required to use a metal detector on beach

  • Rosie 2 years ago
    It was good to watch that sea tonight ned, there is some strong power there thats for sure

  • Ned 2 years ago
    Now I see why the flood gates are shut!

  • Pam 2 years ago
    Stunning

  • Richard 2 years ago
    I see that the waves which wash over empty the dog waste bin. genius.

  • Robin 2 years ago
    Loving the new camera. Its a joy to hear the wind and waves. Looking forward to visiting soon

  • Ned 2 years ago
    Happy Month to all! Flood gates are shut so, what does that mean??

  • paul 2 years ago
    Great camera and new sound but …think it’s time to clean the camera sooo soo salty looking

  • sue 2 years ago
    just love the views cheers me up

  • David 2 years ago
    Great new camera, great to be able to enjoy the view. Thank you

  • MARGARET 2 years ago
    So nice to see people enjoying being walk on the prom in the sunshine again.

  • EMAS 2 years ago
    Lovely sunset tonight, thanks for sharing with us that cant be there to see it

  • Tracey 2 years ago
    Nice to hear the waves at high tide; will be there in person soon!!

  • Roger 2 years ago
    Going to be a great sunset tonight

  • Ned 2 years ago
    I waved in the sunshine but it was difficult to know which way the camera was pointing! You might have seen me talking to a golden retriever puppy :-)

  • Denise 2 years ago
    Rick, Thank you , I found it very interesting

  • Angela 2 years ago
    Carol, thank you will have a look

  • Rick 2 years ago
    Look up Ghost Train: Kings Lynn to Hunstanton on youtube. Fascinating if you like that sort of thing

  • Carol 2 years ago
    Angela, try Martin Wase Photography – he has a studio at 9A Cromer Road in Hunstanton and also has a website you can order from.

  • Angela 2 years ago
    Absolutely love these webcams, would love a canvas print of the sea/sunsets but am struggling to find one, has anyone any suggestions?

  • Denise 2 years ago
    Hi I have a really good book my hubby bought me for Xmas called Kings lynn to Hunstanton including the Heacham to Wells Branch. Country Railway Routes very interesting

  • Roger 2 years ago
    Great webcam! – the movement and addition of sound adds a lot.

  • Steve 2 years ago
    My parents did not own a car so we used the train a lot. Thankyou for telling us about this site Ned. Great memories.

  • Wendy 2 years ago
    Ned, oh wow that is some great memories. Enjoy your day there tomorrow.

  • Ned 2 years ago
    Sue, can’t really say. Stopping off at Dobbies on the way so anything could happen!! :-(

  • Ned 2 years ago
    Wendy, I actually travelled by steam train to ‘Hunston’ for a little holiday! Not telling you how long ago that was though ;-) Beautiful day there today. Please last until tomorrow, please………

  • Sue 2 years ago
    Hi Ned, roughly what time tomorrow and I’ll try and keep an eye out ? Hope the weather is good for you.

  • Wendy 2 years ago
    This is for Ned, thank you for sharing the history.

  • Ned 2 years ago
    How about this for memories? http://www.hunstantonrail.org.uk/history/ When you park your car, spare a thought!

  • Colin 2 years ago
    How about including high tide times?

  • Steve 2 years ago
    The caravan site called Dewsbury was called this as it was owned by a man called Alf Dewsbury. A very smart man who died in 1971.

  • David 2 years ago
    Lovely view! I remember going on holiday in the 50’s to a small caravan park called Dewsbury, near where Las Vegas fish and chip shop is now. Happy memories!

  • Christine 2 years ago
    Lovely new adjustment to the webcam. A good question from Phillip though I agree with him

  • PETER 2 years ago
    Well done and thanks for the new moving views

  • Philip 2 years ago
    Thanks for these new views…..wonderful. Out of interest, would it be possible to fit a wind shield over the camera microphone

  • Jenny 2 years ago
    Just wonderful shots daytime and nighttime.

  • Denise 2 years ago
    Absolutely brilliant webcam,thank you

  • Ned 2 years ago
    Debbie, how did you get your smiling face on here? :-)

  • Margaret 2 years ago
    Loving all the Hunstanton webcams especially the seafront ones. It’s great to hear the sounds of the seaside too. Can’t wait to visit again has many happy memories. Love walking along the cliff top and beach. Thank you for wonderful webcams

  • Robert 2 years ago
    I had hoped to fly home for one last trip to my beloved home town but due to fairly severe spine issues I can no longer travel any real distance. That said I cannot begin to say how wonderful the upgrades to this web cam are.The addition of the sound and the new views are just great. I visit all the Hunny cams daily from my home here in North Carolina. Thank you SO very much to those that have made this happen.

  • Debbie 2 years ago
    Amazing! Thank you.

  • Paul 2 years ago
    Hi will they be putting a new webcam at the South Beach as well.

  • Richard 2 years ago
    Brilliant – thank you !

  • Carole 2 years ago
    Fantastic webcam, definitely the best because of the addition of people’s comments. Thanks to all concerned.

  • Diane 2 years ago
    Can’t wait to hear the waves from my childhood

  • Maureen 2 years ago
    Love the new Web cam. I can now listen to the sea as well as watch the sunset

  • Sarah 2 years ago
    Absolutely love the new Web cam thank you so much, so nice to sit and watch and listen to the sea and birds :)

  • Bev pollard 2 years ago
    Love the new web cams with the sound

  • Deb 2 years ago
    Loving the refreshed South Prom camera. Having the sound takes you there. Cannot wait to return to our Heacham static, our home from home .

  • stephen 2 years ago
    Love the new camera on South prom. Fantastic.

  • Helen 2 years ago
    Amazing! My 5 year old is loving being able to hear the sea again! Norfolk natives but currently not local so it makes us so happy to see ❤️

  • Karl 2 years ago
    Love the new south prom webcam and sound brilliant

  • paul 2 years ago
    Love the new settings with sound brilliant upgrade

  • Rosie 2 years ago
    Found the sound thank you. You have, without the best seaside webcam ever

  • Rob 2 years ago
    5 stars. Brilliant new cam, and with sound it’s amazing. Thank you!

  • Shirl 2 years ago
    Love the new webcam, the sounds are amazing and make all the difference can’t wait to visit in April.

  • Doc 2 years ago
    Great upgrade .First class.

  • Cindy. 2 years ago
    WoW .. Love this! .. Great Sound and views .. perfect picture! Well done guys!

  • Richard 2 years ago
    I love the new cameras, it is so muc more interesting than the static one. (Are you planning to ‘pixelate’ the cameras now?) I know it is for security but it detracts so much from the images.

  • colin 2 years ago
    Very good the sound is excellent well done

  • Paul 2 years ago
    Lovely to be able to here the sea and seagulls. Very good.

  • Ned 2 years ago
    Change of plan Sue. Saturday now!

  • Keith 2 years ago
    Love the new cam on south prom. Well done great views..

  • Rosie 2 years ago
    Can’t hear any sounds ,are they on all the time,will look out for ted, hope you have a good day,

  • Sue 2 years ago
    Love the new camera views and sounds. Thank you, I could watch this all day. I’ll look out for you Ned.

  • Sharon 2 years ago
    Why is it so loud today!!! Can hear the sea back on the a149 in Holme!!!

  • Wendy 2 years ago
    Well done for the new views, even sound now this is great. Looks beautiful with the moon shining this morning.

  • Rosie 2 years ago
    Wow loving the new moving cam we can see even more of sunny hunny even in the dark,well done everyone

  • Jenny 2 years ago
    Just wonderful shots daytime and nighttime.

  • Jo 2 years ago
    Absolutely love the Updating webcam and sound too you are spoiling us xxx

  • Ned 2 years ago
    As the webcam now swings to the right (north) in the dark, I think you can see the lights on the top of the wind-turbines off Skegness.

  • Ned 2 years ago
    Now the sound of the waves too. I’ll have to run up and down the prom for my wave!! Great stuff admin, thanks.

  • john Norman 2 years ago
    lovely new settings and a great night to start it

  • Ned 2 years ago
    I will give you all a wave from here on Friday. Watch out for an old grey haired man with small beard and wife ;-)

  • Carole 2 years ago
    Lovely to see Hunstanton so busy, even at this time of year.

  • Wendy 2 years ago
    Looks another beautiful evening at sunny honey. Would love to be walking along there right now.

  • Sarah 2 years ago
    Another beautiful sunset

  • Angela 2 years ago
    Helen, me too, my son and his beautiful family have moved near to Hunstanton and it’s lovely to watch the webcams in the hope of spotting them and of course all the lucky people that live there.

  • Roger 2 years ago
    Look at that sunset

  • Helen 2 years ago
    great sun set tonight . brings me somehow closer to parents knowing they are lucky to live in hunstanton

  • Paul 2 years ago
    Lovely sunset.

  • william 2 years ago
    Good to see, and well done to that man who keeps them clean

  • Rosie 2 years ago
    Ned, l too have been evacuated due to a flood so l know what it’s like too but as l said before l am only a onlooker like all of us , its nothing to do with me when the flood gates are open or shut

  • Ned 2 years ago
    Rosie, on Saturday, 31 January 1953, I was nine years old. I was living in Sandilands, Lincolnshire and there was no flood warning. The following morning, my wellington boots were no way big enough to paddle out of it all!! Since then, I have a great respect for the North Sea. A few years later, I was taken to Hunstanton and swam in the sea. The water was so warm, I couldn’t believe it!

  • Rosemary 2 years ago
    Looks like a waste bin has been pulled over by the waves

  • Rosie 2 years ago
    Not my decision I’m just saying what information admin gives us, last winter the tides were even higher at times.

  • Ned 2 years ago
    Rosie, 7.3 metre tide this morning, 7.5 tonight about 8 pm. Not to be ignored in my view!

  • Jo 2 years ago
    Wow what magic waves this morning .

  • Rosie 2 years ago
    They are only closed when there is a flood warning l have seen one warning for old hunstanton but not new hunstanton, the tides are certainly impressive to look at

  • Ned 2 years ago
    Hope the car park is empty!

  • Rosemary 2 years ago
    Looks like a waste bin has been pulled over by the waves

  • Steph 2 years ago
    why are the flood gates open with such high tides forecast?

  • Sue 2 years ago
    The flood gates are open !!!!!

  • Wendy 2 years ago
    Tide higher tonight, and flood gates open.

  • Charly 2 years ago
    WOW! That IS a high one.

  • Jean 2 years ago
    The flood gates need closing !!

  • Rosie 2 years ago
    What a beautiful sunset

  • Karl 2 years ago
    Admin thanks for the information about the gates it is good information for the future happy new year to you all

  • Rosie 2 years ago
    Thank you for the information and for all you do to make this such an enjoyable webcam to watch

  • Admin 2 years ago
    Hi Karl & Rosie, the environment agency have issued a flood warning for tomorrow’s high tides (Tuesday 4th Jan). When a flood warning is issued then the gates get closed. We’re guessing that they have been closed already because today is a bank holiday so the council are down to skeleton staff plus as the high tide is first thing in the morning, they have been shut now in readiness.

  • Rosie 2 years ago
    I just checked and there is a flood warning today ,

  • Rosie 2 years ago
    When they closed them the last time the reply was that they are aways closed when there is a flood warning, not sure if that’s the reason

  • Dawn 2 years ago
    Hello to the 3 people and a dog waving at the camera.

  • Karl 2 years ago
    Could someone tell us why the flood gates are closed on the south prom please as high tide is not till 6.30pm

  • Carole 2 years ago
    Lovely to see so many people in Hunstanton today. Very envious!

  • Kathryn 2 years ago
    Happy New Year to everyone and to the blue car couple, who’s waves have brought a smile onto so many faces.

  • Tracey 2 years ago
    To Mum (Rita) Happy New Year!! From Redlands CA

  • Karl 2 years ago
    Nice to see so many people on the south prom more than a summers day

  • Ned 2 years ago
    A very Happy New Year to all !!! Sea ;-) you all next year!

  • Trevor 2 years ago
    Lovely sunset!

  • Rosie 2 years ago
    Such a beautiful sky

  • Derek 2 years ago
    Nice to see sunny hunny still busy this time of year but where do all the people come from

  • jean green 2 years ago
    busy today ,wish i was there

  • Rosie 2 years ago
    Thank you to all at webcam headquarters,you have done a fantastic job all year. Long may it continue, Merry Christmas

  • Akeem 2 years ago
    There will be about 7 of us doing a Christmas Day swim about 10.30 just to keep up the tradition we will be gathering together right near the Oasis. Merry Christmas to you all.

  • Ned 2 years ago
    I agree Judy! Same here from me too and everyone else :-)

  • Judy 2 years ago
    Happy Christmas to all involved with the web cams.Hunstanton shown as a good place to visit any time of the year.

  • Rosemary 2 years ago
    Christmas Day swim and pantomime in Hunstanton has been cancelled.

  • Kath 2 years ago
    Hello to the blue car couple. Since moving jobs, I have missed seeing them, so was lovely to see them today.

  • Admin 2 years ago
    Hi Marlene, as it stands yes.

  • Marlene 2 years ago
    Is the Christmas Day swim still going ahead this year.?

  • Admin 2 years ago
    Hi Claire, the swimmers are due to go out at 11am.

  • Claire 2 years ago
    Hi, what time will the swim be? Exciting!

  • Paul 2 years ago
    It looks a lovely day today.

  • Admin 2 years ago
    Hi Robert, The Christmas Day swim is taking place opposite the Sealife Centre this year, so you will be able to watch the swimmers in the distance on the webcam

  • Ned 2 years ago
    Look at that sun about to plunge into the sea!!! 15:25

  • Robert P. Burnett 2 years ago
    I there any possibility of turning the camera to show the Christmas Day swim. I am a native of Hunstanton but I now live in North Carolina. Thank you.

  • Jean Dorset 2 years ago
    I hope to watch the swim

  • Hayleigh 2 years ago
    Another Beautiful day in Sunny Hunny. I love this place it holds a special place in my heart

  • peter 2 years ago
    i wonder when new webcams will come.

  • Rosemary 2 years ago
    Looks cold for those maintenance people on the prom today…..stay safe x

  • Caz 2 years ago
    My sister’s and niece love Hunstanton, in winter we watch the high tides every day. In the warm, tucked up warm! Although we wish we could be there for real.

  • Ned 2 years ago
    I live about 30 miles as the crow flies from Hunstan on the hills of Lincolnshire and can generally clearly see the buildings plus the lights of the town at night. At 2am this morning (!) the lights seemed very bright. Would that be extra Christmas illuminations? Must nip over and have a closer look!

  • Sara 2 years ago
    Beautiful sunset as always :)

  • Ned 2 years ago
    No snow???

  • Deb 2 years ago
    This is why we have our static in Heacham. The sun always manages to appear to ensure there is a stunning sunset

  • Davy 2 years ago
    Beautiful sunset you can see why people call it sunny hunny

  • Ned 2 years ago
    Planet Venus blazing away again. 16.45 Saturday

  • Rosie 2 years ago
    Yes l think so, its probably best to take them down during , winter it also makes maintenence easier I would think

  • Debbie 2 years ago
    Thanks Rosie, the sea front looks so different. Is it temporary for the winter season?

  • Zara 2 years ago
    Had some lovely holiday memories each year at hunstanton as a child,loved the fair my favourite ride had to be the slippery dip, always stayed on searles,lovely to watch the cameras,still come down each year when I can, very special place :)

  • Debbie 2 years ago
    Thanks Rosie, the sea front looks so different. Is it temporary for the winter season?

  • Rosie 2 years ago
    I think its part of the oasis, its got fun play areas for children,

  • Debbie 2 years ago
    What is the building behind the Oasis and has the Ferris wheel gone from the fairground? Looks so different

  • Rosie 2 years ago
    How lucky are we to be able see sights like this one ,its such a beautiful coastline and what a privilege to have these webcams to see them at will, thank you all

  • Ned 2 years ago
    Beautiful! Thick fog here in Lincolnshire. 08.30 Tuesday

  • pete 2 years ago
    hope to see Christmas markets were the fairground was.

  • Tracy 2 years ago
    Awesome a spider making a web on the web cam! Hilarious 22.25 Sunday Night

  • Rosie 2 years ago
    Such a lovely sunset today

  • Karl 2 years ago
    Nice to see so many people out for a walk on a chilly Saturday afternoon

  • Jane 2 years ago
    Tad misty this morning at Hunny.

  • Jeannie 2 years ago
    Nice wave from two lonely walkers on prom, looks lovely and peaceful.

  • Ned 2 years ago
    If you are quick, you will catch the setting moon in the south west! 16.54 Sunday

  • Jacqueline 2 years ago
    I thought the same about the people in those cars. Utter madness.

  • Carole 2 years ago
    Really enjoying watching the angry waves this morning. Even the birds look a bit scared!!

  • Ned 2 years ago
    Another very high tide this morning. Blakeney Quay “down the road” completely covered!

  • Jane 2 years ago
    Crazy people leaving the car right next to the promenade sea water covering it , do it a world of good !!!!!!

  • Maggie 2 years ago
    Wow, rough sea this morning, amazing waves.

  • Tasha 2 years ago
    Rough seas this morning

  • Ned 2 years ago
    Same again tonight Brian about 6.30. Might see some fireworks too!!

  • Brian 2 years ago
    High tide Friday 6am 7.750

  • Rosemary 2 years ago
    Wow…..flood gates shut but waves shooting over top of car park wall……stay safe everyone

  • Deb 2 years ago
    Wow some serious swell. Stay safe everyone x

  • Ned 2 years ago
    BTW Planet Venus is back. Very bright tonight.

  • Ned 2 years ago
    High tide any minute now 5.47pm Thursday. 7.4 metres! That’s a good one!!!

  • Deb 2 years ago
    Wow some serious swell. Stay safe everyone x

  • Carol 2 years ago
    Wow. Rough sea tonight with the sun setting in the background.

  • Debra Goddard 2 years ago
    Wow , rather a large swell tonight coming over the prom .

  • Skinnie 2 years ago
    Watching the very high tides tonight so beautiful to see hope don’t get so bad

  • Phoebe Watson 2 years ago
    Miss seeing the young council lads clearing the sand and smiling to everyone along the seafront. Beach patrol staff, real credit to the town. Hope we see them next year, such friendly chaps, local too… keep it local hunny. Love this town.

  • Carole 2 years ago
    Hunstanton looks beautiful this evening.

  • Ned 2 years ago
    And now the planet Venus setting in the distance. 5.15 pm November 2nd

  • Paul 2 years ago
    What a wonderful view as the sun goes down ,5 oclock

  • June 2 years ago
    I thought that Ned,,,

  • Ned 2 years ago
    Is that two French fishing boats I see in the distance? ;-)

  • Helen 2 years ago
    just catching on the sea waves and band stand and the fact my amazing mum and dad are so close i miss you both and thank goodness any time in the day i can feel close to you

  • Adie 2 years ago
    Looks like the Helter Skelter and Big Wheel have gone away for the winter

  • Steve 2 years ago
    Somebody has stolen the Helter Skelter.!

  • Maggie. 2 years ago
    Prom looking a little bare without the kiosks.

  • Sue 2 years ago
    8.47am – morning Nigel, hope you didn’t get too wet.

  • Tony A 2 years ago
    Thanks for the wave Nigel, take care, thank you for keeping our promenade looking good.08.47 am.

  • Sue 2 years ago
    8.47am – morning Nigel, hope you didn’t get too wet.

  • Paul 2 years ago
    Good morning litter picker 6.53, doing a good job on Sunday at that time.

  • Steve 2 years ago
    It is so good to see the fair open so late in the year. It really has kept this part of the town alive. So strange to be watching from the mountains in Southern Spain.

  • mr. S Cowell 2 years ago
    Looks like a lovely morning for a little stroll, sadly I am leaving now! had a great time Sunny Hunny and indeed it was very sunny and enjoyable :)

  • Karl 2 years ago
    Nice to see so many people on the south prom on a lovely sunny Sunday afternoon

  • Wendy 2 years ago
    Good morning to the waving Council worker, doing a brilliant job there .

  • June 2 years ago
    always friendly sunny hunny people, 4:41pm cleaning man waving :) xx

  • Jill 2 years ago
    Have enjoyed watching very high and rough tide this morning from home thanks to webcams ,look forward to my daily walk on prom bit later on

  • Merv 2 years ago
    How often do waves crash over like this?

  • Steve 2 years ago
    Angree sea this morning (8:40)

  • Lewis 2 years ago
    Has the over-topping of the sea defenses increased in recent years? I see the waves are flooding the walkway a lot this morning.

  • G 2 years ago
    What plonkers go out on a night like this, funny watching them get wet tho LOL

  • Admin 2 years ago
    Hi Rosemary, the flood gates are open as there is currently no flood alert in place. The gates are only closed when a flood alert has been issued by the Environment Agency.

  • Rosemary 2 years ago
    Surprised the flood gates are still open tonight….

  • Ned 2 years ago
    Bet his feet got wet! Sunshine on its way :-)

  • Tim 2 years ago
    And you still have a silly runner,running down the prom earlier no brains whatsoever

  • Ned 2 years ago
    Flood gates to the car park closed too!

  • Gerry 2 years ago
    Rather high tide this morning. Several brave souls having a look.

  • Tim 2 years ago
    Wow some massive waves just now love watching it and I’m there tomorrow

  • Maggie 2 years ago
    Spectacular waves this morning!

  • Jaybee 2 years ago
    Very rough this morning

  • Kay 2 years ago
    Hi Karl. I’m wondering if they have moved the coffee huts as it is supposed to be an extra high tide tomorrow morning around 7am give or take an hour or two either way. Maybe they will bring them back after.

  • June 2 years ago
    19:38 tues, waved to a family and the little one who wiggled there bum… fantastic!

  • Karl 2 years ago
    Has the coffee hut finished and packed up for the winter not forgetting the schools are on half term next week where can we get a nice coffee from along the south prom now

  • Tony and Barbara 2 years ago
    Thanks for your friendly wave this morning around 8.40, your yellow outfit lit up a very dull morning on the prom. Well done and thank you for keeping our town Spick and span.

  • Stephy 2 years ago
    Beautiful morning. I’ll be there next week. Hope the weather keeps fine.

  • Wendy 2 years ago
    What you beautiful morning

  • Steve 2 years ago
    What a sun set. Looks like a painting.

  • Trevor 2 years ago
    Looking like another great sunset this evening!

  • John 2 years ago
    Beautiful sunset this evening

  • Trevor 2 years ago
    Glorious sunset!!

  • The boy dick 2 years ago
    Where are the food kiosks on the prom stored in the winter anybody know?

  • Nigel 2 years ago
    I am that council worker :-)

  • Wendy 2 years ago
    Nice calm, high tide this morning. Really do love this camera.

  • The boy dick 2 years ago
    Calm sea tonight

  • Karl 2 years ago
    Nice to see all the food huts back along the south prom ready for the weekend just hope the weather is good for them

  • Rosie 2 years ago
    It’s so good to see the coffee stall back and that, they can all have a few more good weeks hopefully the weather will be a bit kinder to them all.

  • Lynn 2 years ago
    Lovely to see the council worker cleaning the beach front and car park!!! Nice to see you waving at the camera this morning too!! Thankyou x

  • Karl 2 years ago
    Nice to see so many people about on a nice afternoon after the last few days that we have had

  • Rosie 2 years ago
    The tide for tonight is the same height as this morning hopefully the wind won’t be as strong as yesterday.

  • Rosie 2 years ago
    I watched last night as they took the food kiosks away, the sea was so violent it was throwing stones up onto the prom. The kiosks were gone by about 11.30.it was hard going for the men. But l hope they were all okay, lm not too sure about the coffee hut as it ,looked like the owner was bailing water out of his kiosk.but everyone was safe and thats what matters most

  • Steve 2 years ago
    Back in the 70,s the fair and stalls were closed and gone by the end of September. It has been good to see them making some extra money during this difficult year.

  • Elizabeth 2 years ago
    Lovely sea today.

  • Giggles 2 years ago
    Very angry tide today

  • Wendy 2 years ago
    Was watching last night. This morning the food huts are gone?? Anyone have any Information please.

  • Natasha 2 years ago
    Hope all that had kiosks down there last night moved them! Very rough sea and high tide this morning

  • Debra goddard 2 years ago
    Very wise to remove the refreshments cabinbs as the sea would have damaged them, sure is wild this morning .

  • Tim 2 years ago
    Stormy sea love it

  • Debra Goddard 2 years ago
    Mother nature playing with the sea

  • Tim 2 years ago
    Stormy sea love it

  • Rosie 2 years ago
    What a fantastic sea that is tonight. Spectacular

  • The boy dick 2 years ago
    Looking very bleak today

  • Ivan 2 years ago
    I do feel sorry for the kiosk traders on the prom no one there so quiet.

  • Steve 2 years ago
    Carnival time was a kind of pre runner to it´s a Knock out. It came from a different resort each week and always started with Bob Monkhouse riding a bike through the town waving at people.

  • Steve 2 years ago
    The teams that took part in Carnival time I think were the Bingo Social Club , the Youth Club, United Services and The Young Conservatives.

  • Steve 2 years ago
    Does anybody remember in the 60’s a TV program called carnival time , with Bob Monkhouse and Pete Murray. It was at the Blue Lagoon .

  • Karl 2 years ago
    Nice to see so many people on the south prom and the beach on such a gray day will be there one day next week for a paddle

  • Derek 2 years ago
    Shame about the noise from the jet skis ,it would be perfect .

  • Sue 2 years ago
    8.27am waves crashing against the wall, beautiful morning again. Thanks for the wave Nigel. Wish I was there !

  • Marion 2 years ago
    This gorgeous weather brings back wonderful memories . Late 60’s early 70’s the sun always seemed to be shining. Many happy days walking the dog along the prom and visiting the fair. Wonderful sunsets.

  • Helen 2 years ago
    looks like a nice day get your walking shoes on mum and dad and give me a wave

  • Wendy 2 years ago
    Looks stunning this morning.

  • Helen 2 years ago
    Having just returned from another coastal area of the UK which seemed very neglected and tatty, I want to thank all involved with keeping this part of Norfolk coast so tidy and pleasant. Great job everyone; makes me feel very lucky to live nearby. Glad to be back!

  • Paul 2 years ago
    In response to Marlene. There were successive storms in 2013 that wiped the beach of much of its sand, exposing the bedrock underneath. The council haven’t done much to return the sand.

  • Ros 2 years ago
    Good morning to the dustmen, still doing a grand job. Great to have the new type bins on the green, we’ll see now if it was just the gulls making the rubbish on the ground in front.

  • Nora 2 years ago
    Can’t wait to get to sunny Hunny next week.

  • Marlene 2 years ago
    The beach looks so stoney,I don’t remember that many stones when I lived there.

  • Derek 2 years ago
    It looks so peaceful today

  • Steve 2 years ago
    That end of the season look has a beauty of it´s own.

  • Jean 3 years ago
    Love my daily trips to sunny hunny where we lived for 10 years now in Dorset

  • Jill 3 years ago
    We are staying for few days with our daughter and grandkids in hertfordshire,it’s wonderful to be able to see sunny hunny where we live whilst at theirs,it’s living up to its nickname at the moment !!!

  • Mark 3 years ago
    The sea is so calm this morning hardly a ripple

  • Jeannie 3 years ago
    It looks so peaceful and uncrowded now schools are back. Not so good for trade, but better for older regulars. Lovely sunny day too.

  • Mark 3 years ago
    The sea is so calm this morning hardly a ripple

  • Denise 3 years ago
    We were here at the weekend gorgeous weather walked from Heacham along the promenade lovely walk past the beach houses . And we waved

  • Tim 3 years ago
    Sue, that was possibly me,wife and sister

  • Sue 3 years ago
    9.25 – 3 lovely waves, thank you

  • Kathryn 3 years ago
    Hello to the man litter picking, have just seen you wave

  • Ned 3 years ago
    Was here yesterday and had a good walk along by the sea. Only complaint is that the car park ticket machines do not accept contactless payments! Will be back in any event!!

  • Helen 3 years ago
    Hi to the family of 6 that has just been waving

  • Tim 3 years ago
    Good morning blue car couple nice wave I’ll be myself tomorrow morning

  • Tim 3 years ago
    Morning to the blue car couple on another gloomy day

  • sandra 3 years ago
    cant wait to be here only 10 days and there for 2 whole weeks

  • Stevie 3 years ago
    Checking in from Malta , having a lovely time away and still watching the webcam daily. Saw the lovely young lad in red cleaning the front this morning, well done. Sending the sunshine back to hunny from beautiful Malta.

  • Jeannie 3 years ago
    Such a shame for families on holiday, what rotten weather.

  • maur 3 years ago
    Hi Jean, Not so sunny, just now,but still great place to be.

  • Waneater 3 years ago
    What a Beautiful view from Kathmandu Nepal what Wonderfull memories this brings back. Thanks Lisa Mc Dowel

  • Jean 3 years ago
    Good morning Maureen from Jean in Dorset we will be up in sunny

  • Tracey 3 years ago
    Lovely day, just saw the ducks go out to sea from Redlands California!!

  • Julie 3 years ago
    Just love this place

  • Helen 3 years ago
    Thankyou Toni for your kind comment mum still in Hospital but being well looked after. Hi everyone in Hunstanton

  • Jeannie 3 years ago
    Morning blue car couple, lovely wave on a gloomy morning.

  • Toni 3 years ago
    i miss hunstanton very much .helen hope ur mum will be ok.

  • Claude 3 years ago
    J’taime ♥️

  • Helen 3 years ago
    hello lady in orange top just waving wish i was in hunstanton. my mum is in hospital i just want to be with her in hunstanton i live to far away. i love hunstanton my dream to live here one day

  • Carole 3 years ago
    Very angry sea this morning. Great to watch but felt sorry for the binman trying not to get wet feet!

  • jean 3 years ago
    love the big waves this morning

  • Elizabeth 3 years ago
    Great to see the sea so rough. Brings lovely memories of being there.

  • Tim 3 years ago
    Some massive waves this morning love watching these webcams I’ll be there Sunday so I’ll be waving to everybody around the world

  • Debra Goddard 3 years ago
    Wow , a angry sea this morning .

  • Katie 3 years ago
    Love watching this! It brings a little bit of peace to my troubled mind!

  • Gary 3 years ago
    Hello Hunstanton , love the web cam on the front , who doesn’t? Please bring more . Have family here and cannot see them but love the cam to have a Birdseye view of the sea and my family when they wave.Sending love from Texas

  • Peter 3 years ago
    The big wheel has gone from the old Kit-Kat site – thought that would have been there for the Bank Holiday

  • Nigel 3 years ago
    Yes Sue cams are not like cctv, but nice while working acknowledge cams and people watch them, and appreciate Hunstanton, a lot of what goes on like watering plants, gardening, the toilets cleaners dont get on webcam but all on it!

  • Sue 3 years ago
    Morning Nigel keep up the good work, nice to see you wave. Lost track of your yellow pixel by the swimming pool.

  • Toni 3 years ago
    Hi love these webcams look at them often during the day. Nice to see blue car couple today have missed them quite a few times. Weather has not been kind to the seaside trade’s people or holiday makers hope we have it better autumn.

  • Sue 3 years ago
    Brilliant, lovely to see you at last. And a goodbye wave from the blue car couple ! I’m back to work soon so going to miss all the great waves. Keep it up, it really makes my day !

  • Nigel 3 years ago
    Yes that was me :-)

  • AL 3 years ago
    Double wave this morning. Blue car couple and the car park cleaner

  • Sue 3 years ago
    Was that you Nigel with the blue car couple this morning ? Love these webcams.

  • Gloria 3 years ago
    Sadly the nights are drawing in..Still lovely seeing the different view points of lovely hunstanton, thank you once again for giving us the chance to see them, love it specially when it’s the high tides!!

  • pete 3 years ago
    the big Ferris wheel is gone. i enjoyed looking at it lights at night time.

  • Jeannie 3 years ago
    Lovely big cheery wave from blue car gentleman on wet morning.

  • pete 3 years ago
    the seats are gone on the eye wheel

  • Karen 3 years ago
    Makes me happy to look at the beach when I am in the office :) Keep up the good work!

  • pete 3 years ago
    fairground and festival season is nearly over. time is flying in.

  • Jill 3 years ago
    Enjoy looking at webcams when I can’t always get down to beach,our family in Hertfordshire also look at them too as they love coming to sunny hunny

  • Rick 3 years ago
    Well, what a write off this summer has proven to be! Still, count your blessings all

  • Nigel 3 years ago
    Resting my sore feet, to me its a pleasure be out Lorry and Truck cab , doing a public service mixing wih people and I love back in council uniform since 2007

  • Helen 3 years ago
    everyone head for the green hunstanton band are doing there first bandstand music for everyone whilst tucking into your fish and chips

  • Julia 3 years ago
    I’ll look out for you Nigel. Well done, you do a great job.

  • Jaybee 3 years ago
    You and all your colleagues do an excellent job Nigel. It’s great to see Hunstanton looking clean and tidy every morning. Well done to you all and thank you

  • Nigel 3 years ago
    Not at work now till Thursday , intend to get a couple waves in, on green real early when on shifts couple on south prom in mornings, will be on green later in day , play spot the litter pickers but often off cam as lot ground to cover

  • Jaybee 3 years ago
    Yes Nigel. We’ve seen you. Keep up the good work

  • Nigel 3 years ago
    No one seen me waving yet? Litter picking. Always wave to Green Camera and then South prom between 6 and 9.30 . Now on 4 days off

  • Patricia 3 years ago
    Looks like it’s going to be a lovely day in Hunstanton. Love these webcams can’t wait till my holiday in September.

  • Carole 3 years ago
    Lovely to see the blue car couple still making the effort to wave. Great.

  • Sue 3 years ago
    Missed the blue car couple arriving 4 times, but today on their return they waved goodbye – yay so pleased.

  • Ned 3 years ago
    At least the lifebelt was spared ;-) Again, thanks Admin for the wonderful views. Keep ‘em coming!!

  • Austin. 3 years ago
    Blue car couple lovely to see the wave and for you to enjoy the glories of Hunston sunshine.

  • Jeannie 3 years ago
    Great to see blue couple wave, once they’d escaped the pixelation, also lady in pink cardi on mobility scooter gave a wave. Cheers us all up.

  • Zane 3 years ago
    Sad to see the Pixilation is it a Privacy Concern? I don’t think its the Web Hosts fault – Anyway Keep Up THE GOOD WORK.

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    Just looked at the web cam In great yarmouth, there is no pixallations on the car park there

  • Admin 3 years ago
    Hi everyone, many thanks for all your comments and continued support. We too are not keen on the pixelation either but unfortunately, it is out of our control as we have been requested to do so by the authorities. We are currently looking at a better solution for all.

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    I agree melvyn, but its not the people being pixilated its the cars, why are they not doing the pixels on people as well!!!, this is political correctness gone mad, its the seaside lets go back to South prom as it was yesterday

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    Oh no please dont put the pixels on here,it has totally ruined it, please take it off please

  • Phil 3 years ago
    I’m with Melvyn on this … not keen at all spoils the effect like the Green camera does.

  • Rick 3 years ago
    I can see no reason for pixelation here whatsoever. Personally I am at work in the mornings but many enjoy seeing the blue car couple waving, thats no longer possible.

  • John 3 years ago
    Would be 5 Stars, but who wants to look at pixels on everything in a parking area. Utter stupidity. I’ve been watching daily before pixelation (BP) with no problems for anybody. Why the change?

  • Melvyn 3 years ago
    More pixellation! If people dont want to be seen in Hunstanton. Dont go to Hunstanton. Simples. Spoilt it now.

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    Good to see the blue car couple this morning, enjoy your walk,

  • The boy dick 3 years ago
    August what has happened to the peak summer

  • Helen 3 years ago
    Waved to all my friends yesterday in the midlands and thankyou to the couple who was having a drink at the waterside pub that was waving back to me you know who you are teal blue hat on.

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    Feeling so sorry for the visitors to hunstanton who are having to walk through all that water, and being cut off from the car park, can something be done to stop this amount of flooding .

  • Philip 3 years ago
    It’s about time that flooding was put right.

  • The boy dick 3 years ago
    I don’t think so it was supposed to be going to be taken away mid August

  • Rick 3 years ago
    I couldn’t agree more John, terrible! Kathryn, I believe the big wheel is there until the end of august.

  • Kathryn 3 years ago
    Coming to Sunny Hunny 2nd week in Sept. Will the big wheel still be there?

  • John 3 years ago
    Woohoo, what a cracking Summer it’s been so far!(bar about 6 days in July!)

  • Nigel 3 years ago
    I will have to look where camera is and wave to you all around 9.15am when I litter pick the car park :-) My next shift is Wednesday 11th

  • pete 3 years ago
    a lot of angry clouds coming in on the sea front now.

  • Maggie 3 years ago
    The blue car couple waved this morning!

  • Mo 3 years ago
    Their car was there this morning at 9.10am.

  • The boy dick 3 years ago
    What has happened to the blue car couple not seen recently

  • Helen 3 years ago
    Just done my wave to everyone in Australia crazy weather today wearing shorts flipflops and winter coat getting soaked in the rain but now warm and sunny. had a great ice coffee today at mickeys the red coffee hut by the camara.

  • Diane 3 years ago
    Getting tuned in to see Helen, Sally, Daniel, Elizabeth and Alf. Will be waving to you On the prom Love you all

  • Helen 3 years ago
    great waving to you Jo feel like my arm is going to drop off waving to so many people beautifull weather here summer has started

  • Helen 3 years ago
    Hi everyone i was the mad person in the orange dress waving to everyone and tempting my mate bev with my candy floss. great to wave to you beverley. also waving to my Aunti Diane in Australia and my mates in the midlands Barbara and my great friend Jenny. my dream is to live in sunny Honey one day soon. will do my walk again later and will sit and watch the sea with a bag of chips of course.

  • Steve 3 years ago
    Yes I can remember Birds Coaches. I can see many of the drivers but the only name I can recall is Jimmy Norton.

  • The boy dick 3 years ago
    Can anyone remember birds coach’s and a driver called tom

  • Beverley 3 years ago
    Lovely seeing my old pal Helen and family. Thank you for the lovely wave. Waving back madly! Keep the candy floss for me :) love you all loads xxxxx

  • Diane 3 years ago
    Hi Hunstanton! I’m waving from Australia! To my sister, niece, great-niece & brother-in-law! Diane G

  • Diane 3 years ago
    Getting tuned in to see Helen, Sally, Daniel, Elizabeth and Alf. Will be waving to you On the prom Love you all

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    Hope your mum is okay. There are some wonderful people about arent there, lm so glad she was looked after so well.

  • Jane Mackie 3 years ago
    My mum had a fall today on Hunstanton prom. I would like to thank two unknown ladies who helped me you were two stars especially one of you. Thank you Also the first aid guy and young lady who help us and bandaged my mum up. Thank you

  • Arthur 3 years ago
    Lovely place but it needs a new pier?, and some new shops as well, the beach needs a good clean as well all the years i have been going never seen so much green algae? are you going to do something about it kings lynn council?, you make enough money on the car parks?

  • Marion 3 years ago
    I agree Pete, the fairground is so pretty light up at night. Hunstanton wouldn’t be the same without it.

  • pete 3 years ago
    stunning fairground lights at night.

  • The boy dick 3 years ago
    Any good buddies in Hunstanton who use c b radio

  • Ingrid 3 years ago
    Sorry we couldn’t stay long waving in lynn it started raining heading home for a coffee wave to you all later. The Blue car couple

  • Travis 3 years ago
    I worked at wags bakery in docking back in the 70s for about 3 years baking the bread until I retired. Some people think I got dismissed for being a lazy (loafer)

  • Steve 3 years ago
    In the 60´s there was a man called Lockey who had a few stalls on the fair. He always wore a suit and was in his 60`s. I remember winning a small model of the Queen Mary on his fish the duck and it did’nt float in the bath.

  • Colin 3 years ago
    Just had a lovely walk with my parents who own the blue car

  • The boy dick 3 years ago
    Does anyone remember groom the Baker which was in neville Road Heacham he had a van and used to go round the caravan fields selling bread

  • The boy dick 3 years ago
    Does anyone know if storming Norman still does his coach trips

  • Steve 3 years ago
    Yes Boy Dick I remember Waggs Bakers and the Bakery in Docking. There Bread was very good as was Bensteads form Heacham.

  • Mag 3 years ago
    Oh Mr Gordon you are missing some lovely Sunny weather here at Sunny Hunny oh it’s lovely to be here but still all stay safe

  • The boy dick 3 years ago
    Can anyone remember TR wagg bakers shop in the High Street lots of lovely fresh bread and cakes in them days. The bakery was in station road docking

  • Marion 3 years ago
    Hi Marlene, I am so sorry to hear your sad news, I only knew Steve briefly but we were quite close friends.Unfortunately , as I have mentioned when my sister left Hunstanton , I was working the other side of Norfolk and 50 years ago ,with no car and railway line closed sadly we lost touch.It was kind of you to let me know.Take care .xx

  • Marlene 3 years ago
    Hi Marion,yes it was great living in Hunstanton had some great times.With regards to my brother steve I’m sorry to say we lost him four years ago now.

  • David 3 years ago
    The Boy Dick, Living over the border in South Linc’s we used to make the trip on a Sunday night to the Kit-Kat listen to support our local bands, The Graham Walker Showband and Danny Ford & The Offbeats, then race back to Lynn to get a bag of chips to round of the night.!!!!!!

  • Marion 3 years ago
    Hi Marlene, yes it must have been great ! What a small world….it is many years since I last saw Steve.“Life” took over and when my sister left the Wash and Tope ,I couldn’t get back for many years. I love Hunstanton.Say “Hi” to Steve for me ! All the Best..

  • Helen 3 years ago
    just sitting in the midlands watching the waves go by in hunstanton so wish i lived there not for the wont of trying . im in hunstanton august for one week i will wave to everyone morning and night long beach works staying at parents caravan manor park

  • Marlene 3 years ago
    Hi,Marion yes Steve spicer was my brother and it was great having my big brothers working on the fair,I was never short of free rides and pennies for the slot machines.

  • Marion 3 years ago
    Marlene…I knew Steve Spicer who worked on the gallopers in 1969,would that have been one of your brothers?

  • Marion 3 years ago
    Marlene’s post reminded me…I remember the rides very well in the late 60’s and the ghost train used to make me laugh, because the sides of the building weren’t quite pushed together and although it was supposed to be dark and scary the sunlight came in and rather lessened the “scariness”! I loved the gallopers, so your brothers must have been around then Marlene.Loved the music too.

  • The boy dick 3 years ago
    Can anyone remember the dancers at Heacham public hall in the 1960s with the mods and rockers lots of memories good old days. Also on Sunday night dancing at the kit kat upstairs where the floor moving lot of good times

  • Steve 3 years ago
    I remember Johnny Cook, also his Mum and Dad. She was on the candy floss stall. Does anybody remember an American call Charles he ran a stall selling waffles and hotcakes ( rolled pancakes ) He was about 70 and had a high pitched voice.

  • Colin 3 years ago
    Wendy back when I was a kid my parents always bought me something from the gift shop on every visit to Hunstanton it was around 1969 or 1970 they bought me a identity bracelet and I remember the lady at the gift shop ingraving with my name so more than likely that was your mother I still have it today it has never been polished and it never tarnished either still like new and to think the bracelet is 50 years old fond memories of the gift shop

  • Marlene 3 years ago
    My brothers worked on the fun fair at various times in the mid to late 60s,Richard and Steven on the gallopers and Peter on the ghost train and bumper cars.living there as a kid was the best.

  • Wendy 3 years ago
    My parents ran the gift shop on the fair from around 1960. Mr Collisantti was the man with the patch over his eye at the KitKat

  • Jaybee 3 years ago
    Well done to the couple in red sweeping/cleaning the prom and the chap in blue too

  • Marion 3 years ago
    I don’t remember the gift shop Colin, but probably because I was too interested in the rides! I used to love the swings carousel, a bit like the horses merry go round but swings…..that was late 60 early 70 . Why were they removed? does anyone know?

  • The boy dick 3 years ago
    Can anyone remember alf bines I think he lived at 55 Southend Road and I think he worked on the car park before the ticket machines were installed

  • Melvyn 3 years ago
    I remember the four foot drop from the bottom step to the beach. The beach was washed away by the storm that claimed the pier. The beach was rebuilt by dredging and pumping sand onto the beach.

  • Steve 3 years ago
    I can remember the gift shop and Rogers builders I had many friends who worked for them. Rogers lived in what was the old water tower .

  • Colin 3 years ago
    Can anyone remember the little Gift shop that used to be in the fun fair near the helta skelter back in the late sixties to early 70s

  • Dwayne 3 years ago
    Can anyone recall the steps to the sand being so high up? As in you had to walk maybe 12/15 down to get to the sand itself, whereas now it’s very low level. Childhood memories sitting on those steps high up listening to the music from the open air roller skating rink, the gallopers and the waltzers where Johnny Cook would always spin and make your car go faster and faster… forget Disney, just come to hunny ♥️

  • Phil 3 years ago
    Dick, it was Mr. Colasanti

  • The boy dick 3 years ago
    Can anyone remember Rogers builders in Hunstanton

  • Melvyn 3 years ago
    I remember my mother calling me in from the sea at Hunstanton, because it started raining. She also said when you fall of that wall and break your leg, dont come running to me!

  • Steve 3 years ago
    The man who worked at the Kit Kat with a patch over one eye I am sure had an Italian name and held a position like manager. But I might be wrong:

  • Donna 3 years ago
    3 peope sitting in an office in Northampton, watching everyone trying to dodge the puddle. You are at the seaside, get you shoes off and get your feet wet.

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    So pleased to see the blue car couple today , enjoy your walk together,its good to see you both

  • Caz 3 years ago
    My first ever wave to the blue car couple. Made me smile, as the comments say, they arrive at 9.15am. Cheers both

  • Dick 3 years ago
    Can anyone remember the gentleman that used to be in the kit kat he wore a patch on his eye

  • Eric 3 years ago
    I use to work on fairground hear 1970 we looked after riders. for Mr Jimmy noughing work from. 8.am till 8pm

  • Steve 3 years ago
    Yes Boy Dick there was a Bill Matsell who lived at Old Hunstanton during the early 60,s, he then moved and lived at the bottom of Hill St Hunstanton. I am sure he was a bus driver.

  • The boy dick 3 years ago
    Can anyone remember a Eastern counties bus driver I think his name was Bill matsell

  • Lisa McDowell 3 years ago
    Hi to the blue car couple enjoy your candy floss lots of waves.

  • Chris 3 years ago
    Been on Willies boat trip a few times now and enjoyed it every time fantastic value for money. So I’ve made up a poem for him to show my appreciation. I’m Willie with the wash monster out at sea why not come and have a trip with me Cause we’re not expensive so they say and we’ll guarantee you’ll have a good day You walk down the prom and pay your dough jump on the boat and away we go We go to Searl island and we Ave the crack and then we make sure you get safely back. Thanks Willie to you your crew and your family.

  • Peter 3 years ago
    Hi to the blue car couple nice to see you still waving yippee.

  • Fiona 3 years ago
    I can remember the bus station eastern counties Dick I can see you now cleaning the windows now and then you would go to the wash and tope oh what memories.

  • Carole 3 years ago
    Agree with Jeannie that it’s great to see the blue car couple still waving.

  • Steve 3 years ago
    Yes Dick I remember Eastern Counties Buses, the garage on Southend Rd and the cafe where we would go after school. My parents were friendly with one of the drivers Lesley Williamson . His wife for years had a stall on the prom.

  • Debbie 3 years ago
    Thank you Cas

  • The boy dick 3 years ago
    Can anyone remember Eastern counties buses in Hunstanton and also the bus garage and the bus station cafe

  • Jeannie 3 years ago
    How lovely to see blue car couple are still in hunny and waving. Some people are strange posting false info. about people, saying they were leaving the country .Keep waving.

  • Caz 3 years ago
    Hi Debbie, I took my cavapoo on there and she loved it.

  • Debbie 3 years ago
    Hi, does anyone know if you are allowed to take dogs on The Wash Monster?

  • Steve 3 years ago
    Yes Melvyn I think it did have a glass roof. Also next door to the arcade there was a sweet shop where a very short lady was in charge. In fact no bigger that me at 6 years old. She always had a lot of make up on and a bee hive hair style. It was always interesting as a child watching her climb the ladder and grabbing a sweet jar and almost sliding down the ladder.

  • Melvyn 3 years ago
    Was it behind Stockdales that had a glass roof? I remember somewhere opposite the railway station that had amusements and got really hot!

  • Izmacanna 3 years ago
    Just enjoying the rest of our holiday in Sunny Hunny and the children enjoying the Fairground rides which we thought were reasonable especially the slide where you get 4slides for £2.50 or a parent and child on the same mat for£3.50 I had to find out the owners name as he was so polite and explained to the children what to do thank you so much David the children enjoyed every minute of it we will return next month.

  • Steve 3 years ago
    Behind Stockdales there was a court yard which was part of the arcade. There was a ride the same size as a waltzer and as it went around a cover came down over everybody. I think it was called a caterpillar.

  • Steve 3 years ago
    yes Dick I remember Stockdales. Had a real 60´s look to it. Plus the adjoining arcade with all those old machines was to a child great.

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    And using a paper cup to build the sandcastle because money was short,but they were innocent happy times,when the days were long and sunny.and yes the memories are wonderful to look back on

  • Angelina 3 years ago
    Being a local family on a low budget our entertainment was the music from the fun fair and our own picnic (Cheese sarnies and jam too).. the small things that made our childhood memorable. Playing in rock pools and finding huge crabs! Fish and chips was a treat to us, but we’d share and enjoy… think he was called Mr Popperwell? Original Vegas owner? Queues that extended so far, was a true delight!

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    It was a joy to be able to sit on the sand, and use the beautiful white smooth stones to surround the castle and moat with a narrow ditch leading to the sea,took all day, with short stops for ice creams

  • Helena 3 years ago
    Agree Rosie. My childhood memories was a Sandy beach, rock pools and crabs! Sitting by the funfair after school having a picnic on the steps that have now dissolved! Memories

  • Judy 3 years ago
    I agree with you Rosie. The beach below the cliffs is just huge rocks Perhaps this is why people like Hunstanton for rock jumping which they did years ago!

  • Dick 3 years ago
    Can anyone remember stockdales coffee bar which was where Thomas’s number one now stands

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    I dont know if its possible to remove the large amount of stones on the beach opposite the coffee hut, it seems unusable at the moment, I remember it being very sandy at one time, with some stones but not this many.

  • Rick 3 years ago
    Thank you Dick/Melvyn, I will graciously accept defeat on that one!

  • Melvyn 3 years ago
    The current Hunstanton police station was built in 1955. I was 6 so I dont remember before that. I have done some research, and the old police station is now number 11 James Street Hunstanton.

  • dick 3 years ago
    rick it was never on the cliffs

  • Rick 3 years ago
    Can anyone help to settle a friendly debate between my partner and I? Did the police station in Hunstanton used to be along Cliff Parade some few years back? I seem to have a childhood memory of it being in a building which I believe is now flats but my partner thinks I must be thinking of somewhere else.

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    Oh yes Steve l remember the moving floor, , would laugh so much, l couldn’t stop going on it, it was o e of the best things, couldnt do it now of course but ths memories are fresh as a daisy, thank you for reminding us all

  • John 3 years ago
    Ahhh the good old British Summer weather…Has been right on form so far this year!!

  • Marion 3 years ago
    Love to watch the sea , my favourite time to walk along the prom. Everyone has disappeared and just the sounds of the waves, which of course are in my imagination at the moment., many walks with my sister’s dog along here.

  • Steve 3 years ago
    can anybody remember when Vegas was first built for the first couple of years inside the building at the back they had a fun house with moving floors.

  • The boy dick 3 years ago
    Steve yes I remember the helter-skelter from them good old days can you remember the country club it was where Belgrave Court stands now there was a very good barman by the name of Jimmy buzz he also worked in the temporary bar called the harlequin is was where azams stands also can you remember the casino dance /bar it was next to the railway station very busy with lots of Americans from nearby Sculthorpe and often fights and the military police from Sculthorpe would attend

  • Kelvin 3 years ago
    I can Remember the skating rink lots of time on that

  • pete 3 years ago
    its a nice summers today. everyone is in top form.

  • Audrey 3 years ago
    I remember the outdoor skating ringtone holidays in the forties and fifties.Loved watching the skaters but never brave enough to try .

  • Steve 3 years ago
    Yes Dick I remember the skating rink with it´s juke box. Do you remember when the helter skelter was between the skating rink and ghost train.

  • Wendy 3 years ago
    Looks a beautiful sunny Friday morning. Enjoy the weather we are supposed to be getting and stay safe everyone.

  • Ade 3 years ago
    07:45 and another glorious day in Sunny Hunny ahead….. enjoy it everyone if you are lucky enough to be there

  • the boy dick 3 years ago
    can anyone remember the open air skating rink always very busy on weekends

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    Yes, we always called in when we came to hunstanton ,it was where m & co are now. It had so much to look at,

  • Marie 3 years ago
    Woolworths – yes I remember going in there – M&Co now. Does anyone remember the pier bingo caller in the 60s and 70s? He always reminded me of Lance Percival. LOL

  • Steve 3 years ago
    Yes I remember Woolworths. You are right it was a good shop. As a boy I loved the fudge from the sweet counter.

  • keith 3 years ago
    the old woolies is now M & Co.

  • The boy dick 3 years ago
    Does anybody remember woolworths in high Street years ago you could buy meats cheese Etc from the delicatessen counter very good shop in them days

  • John 3 years ago
    Ahhh the good old British Summer weather…Has been right on form so far this year!!

  • Jeannie 3 years ago
    Missed blue car couple arriving today, but caught up with them on sailing club web cam, looks bit blowy. All the best to them.

  • Adie 3 years ago
    07:10 this morning…..the sun is out…..slight ripple on the sea….. absolutely beautiful..wish I was there

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    I thought so Steve, l thought it was a burger place of some sort. It would have had level access. Thank you for confirming it, when its so long ago its easy to mistrust your memory.

  • Steve 3 years ago
    Where the rock shop is many years ago was a wimpy bar

  • Corinne 3 years ago
    hi John, thanks for replying but no not the Kitcat, it was a cafe right on the seafront somewhere between the sealife/oasiss i think it was?

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    I think there was a restaurant o the corner opposite the buoy many moons ago , if so l think its a rock and sweet shop now.

  • Piers Richards 3 years ago
    Muggy day today in Hunstanton, was introduced to the web cam by a promenade worker , nice chap, near Oasis swimming centre, working for them I believe. Having a good holiday and appreciate covid sanitation and hand wash facilities.Feeling safe on our staycation.

  • John 3 years ago
    Corinne. I guess you mean the KitKat. If so it was destroyed by fire in 1998 and demolished in 2002.

  • Corinne 3 years ago
    is the big cafe on the seafront still there? i dont know what it was called though,but it was easy for wheelchairs to get in etc

  • Corinne 3 years ago
    thankyou to Admin and Bev,for replying to my where are the disabled toliets? thats a big help,hoping to vist next week sometime thankyou again

  • Nel 3 years ago
    Back in the 'Good Old Days' when Searles ruled the waves . . breakfast in Hunstanton, lunch in Skegness and back home to Cromer for a Crab salad for high-tea. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-england-norfolk-23851329

  • Jaybee 3 years ago
    Great to see a couple in red jackets clearing the prom of sand. Not sure if you’re volunteers or council workers, but either way, well done and keep up the good work

  • Dan 3 years ago
    We have a week off from Friday. Will visit ‘Hunny’ a couple of times I imagine. Chips, donuts, coffee, walking the prom and just sitting people watching from one of the many benches available. Might even have a go on the ‘big….ish wheel’. Hope the sea is as calm as it is today and the forecast is good thus far. Nice!

  • Risie 3 years ago
    What time will you be on, the cliff top, gave a lovely visit with your friends,

  • Blue Car Couple 3 years ago
    We hope you will be able to see us on the webcam at the cliff top on Monday as we have some friends from Kuala Lumpur there here until Thursday then going on to Berlin keep waving thanks to you all. The Blue Car couple

  • John Pepper 3 years ago
    I used to commute to Portsmouth from the Isle of Wight daily back in the day. The current hovers have a capacity of 78. It should be remembered that they very much dependant on the weather and dont run when its windy

  • Boy dick 3 years ago
    What about a hellecopter for trips from hunstanton to skegness would this be better than a ferry anybody agree

  • Pecko 3 years ago
    Most people will recall the large hovercraft in the English Channel many years ago but there’s still a regular service between the Isle of Wight and the mainland. The largest craft I have read about holds 25 passengers , I don’t know about the capacity of the IOW hovercraft but, a 25 person capacity craft I would think you would have to start charging at nothing lower than £20 per person return

  • Rick 3 years ago
    I’m with you on that one Pecko ie the water being so shallow, which I could see being the main obstacle. Would a hovercraft be financially viable? Who knows. I have next to no knowledge of the challenges involved in making a crossing happen. Another problem I would forsee would be traffic being heavier than it already is, with people not even spending the day in Hunny but crossing. Hunstanton would run the risk of effectively becoming a carpark for Skegness which is fine if people are coming the other way to balance it out.

  • Pecko 3 years ago
    22 minutes for a cross channel hovercraft Dover to Calais , 1 hour 30 minutes for the Wash Monster. The Wash is quite shallow so I would have thought hovercraft would be a quick method of crossing plus you’d probably get more trips in a day

  • Rick 3 years ago
    Hi all, I have looked into this idea several times before and I believe that there is a plan in its infancy of a water taxi service from Hunstanton to Skegness. Wether or not that plan happens remains to be seen. I read that Skegness council are on board with the idea, (excuse the pun) so I guess time will tell. Good idea on paper though.

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    I think a normal ferry boat would be a bit faster though

  • Pecko 3 years ago
    The Wash Monster completed a trip and back to Skegness but it took I believe around 1 1/2 hours to get there. The only way such a service could work is a hovercraft??

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    I wonder if there isn’t one because maybe the tides are so far out, or the sandbanks are a problem, l don't know but, if there is nothing stopping it it would great

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    I like that idea, it would be an added tourist attraction for both resorts, plus cut down on road congestion,and make a great day out l hope so eons takes this idea up,

  • Dick 3 years ago
    Would be nice to have a ferry to skegness does anyone agree with that

  • Bev 3 years ago
    Hi Corrine also being a wheelchair user just be careful in the disabled toilet in Esplanade gardens, the bar/handle on the right hand side when you sit down is loose and can be dangerous, I have reported it to the council hoping they can fix it soon

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    Good morning to the blue car couple, enjoy your walk,.we are hoping to visit sunny hunny next week to enjoy the sea air too,

  • Admin 3 years ago
    Hi Corinne, there are 6 public toilets in Hunstanton. 1) Cliff Top Car Park 2) Next to Salad Bowl cafe / Bowls Club 3) In-between Esplanade Gardens & Green 4) Next to Oasis / “Hunstanton Eye” 5) Behind the funfair 6) Bus station. All have a separate disabled toilet which require a radar key. Hope that helps.

  • Corinne 3 years ago
    can anyone tell me where any disabled toilets are in this area please and does it use a radar-key? i use a wheelchair now and i havent been here for years,thankyou

  • pete 3 years ago
    when u go to a packed beach its really good to see people out and haven a good time.

  • Alan 3 years ago
    Calm sea @05:20- couldn’t sleep so happy watching the view from afar. See you in September Hunstanton

  • Aidan 3 years ago
    Me and my family were in Hunstanton this afternoon. Such a lovely day even waved at the camera!!

  • Eithne 3 years ago
    Safe, secure and a lovely day. Will be back soon , thanks for a memorable day with family not seen since 2019, love these cameras. Watch at home from Derry, Ireland.

  • Matilda 3 years ago
    Can we have a camera on the top of the slippery dip to view the fairground? Wow what a sight that’d be! Love the cams but the prom is the best one. Happy Days everyone.

  • Martina 3 years ago
    Had a superb day at Hunstanton with my partner and step daughter, was a pleasure to have a paddle and enjoy the sunshine. Thanks to the young man in red shorts and white polo top (Jay) on the prom who gave some grand advice about the area and recommended decent fish and chips. Be back soon and thanks again for a great visit.

  • austin 3 years ago
    Members of the blue car couple were delighted to see your happy wave at 9 15am today.

  • pete 3 years ago
    this place is like my favorite beach back home. full happy people and many things to do on offer.

  • Steve 3 years ago
    Big shout out to the lady who was picking up litter on the prom this morning at 9:35 this morning

  • Claire 3 years ago
    Ah yey!! I look at this webcam multiple times a day and I’ve just spotted the blue car couple for the first time. Hello!! We are visiting on Saturday for a week and we cannot wait. We will certainly be waving at the camera when we are on the beach. Great work on providing such a fab view of our favourite place!

  • Carole 3 years ago
    Lovely to see the blue car couple this morning. They even waved in unison! Great

  • adrian 3 years ago
    it’s so lovely to see my childhood seaside town whenever i want,needs sound though to get the real feel,lol.

  • Adie 3 years ago
    A road cone on the beach….. really. Just makes me want to come over and pick it up before the sea claims it

  • Trudy & Kenny Dalgleesh 3 years ago
    Had an amazing day at the town today, funfair, seaside, paddle in the sea, some even swimming and sunbathing too. Should have brought my bikini! Had a trip on the Hunstanton eye, loved it; needed a plaster as my dog nipped me, saw a lovely handsome young man on the promenade-Jo? (wish my granddaughter was with me,he was so polite and lovely, true Hunstanton man, lovely smile, oh my days , can I take him back to Warrington? Good luck at university, I hope he does well. Praise the Lord… God bless everyone and thank you for a wonderful day in the diamond of the the uk. See ya soon

  • Sacha Rodriguez 3 years ago
    Love the web cam, reminds me of trips to see my grandparents on seagate road, loved the boating lake, the skating rink at the fair, fish n chips of course and sunny,carefree days. Really hope everyone who visits enjoys the town and the people and most importantly…Be Kind ♥️

  • Maggie. 3 years ago
    Wow, what a storm, torrential downpour.

  • pete 3 years ago
    a big thunder storm on its way in

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    I saw them last week, but not since, I hooe they are well

  • Austin 3 years ago
    Members are missing the wonderful wave from the blue car couple at 9 15am .We do hope all is well.

  • Jaybee 3 years ago
    Lady in red litter picking at 9am in the rain. Good job done, lass! Well done

  • Michael Vegasty 3 years ago
    Thank you Hunstanton, what a town, visited this past week and never been before. Enjoyed some local cuisine(fish and chips lol) Met some lovely boys on the sea front in white t shirts , resort boys? Twins I think but so friendly and knowledgeable of the area, please send them to Wales, manners and genuine good lads.

  • Pam 3 years ago
    Absolutely Love watching this ,

  • Helen 3 years ago
    just seen my amazing daughter sally and my dad walking the seafront wish i was there.

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    The boat ramp cam is due soon

  • melvyn 3 years ago
    The wheels rotate in the same direction, forwards,but one is facing the opposite way.

  • Dick 3 years ago
    Shame the railway station went, now the bus station. I remember when Eastern Counties had a office at the bus station and also a garage on Southend Road. Where will the service buses park now?

  • Kelvin 3 years ago
    Could do with one on boat ramp

  • Jeannie 3 years ago
    It depends where you are standing ! ,view from camera the wheel is going anti clockwise.

  • paul 3 years ago
    both ferris wheels go around clockwise

  • Boy dick 3 years ago
    Very quiet at 9 30 sunday

  • Steve 3 years ago
    Yes Dick again you are right. The council seems to be losing there way. I cannot understand how they let the bus station go. Now that there is no bus garage on Southend Rd where if required will they be parked up over night.

  • Wendy 3 years ago
    Looks a beautiful Sunday morning

  • Dick 3 years ago
    Would be nice to have something like the kit kat back again to many flats being built anybody agree

  • pete 3 years ago
    its very funny to see two big wheels turning back and forward rotation.

  • Audrey 3 years ago
    Well remember the Boating Lake, the Kit Kat Cubans swimming pool. Also Thomas’ Bingo where we were told it never rains in Hunstanton it is only a bit of sea mist! Outside it was absolutely teeming !

  • Hamid 3 years ago
    Lovely day today, we’re staying at Searles , first holiday since 2018, love the web cams, even have praise for a young man who gave my son a plaster today, talked to him so nicely and was so friendly.. think the name was Jack? Am sorry if wrong but what a credit to the sea front; never had such kindness in Newcastle; Hunstanton is our favourite place.Until next year guys.

  • Audrey 3 years ago
    Love these webcams. They are bringing back so many happy memories of holidays from when I was about 6years old until I was in my transports staying b and which was owned by Mrs Summers whose daughter used to can the pet shop in the town!And after I had my own family we spent ten years holidaying in caravan on park just last funfair. Great times.

  • Helen 3 years ago
    Hi Frankie and Larry

  • Helen 3 years ago
    Hi Frankie and Larry

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    Good morning to the blue car couple, its always a pleasure to see you arrive

  • Helenband 3 years ago
    just this second seeing my amazing daughter sally walkings with my best friend my dad ever i am sure so many people know my dad hunstanton band alf ball. see you all hunstanton band on the green this year

  • Steve 3 years ago
    Many years ago I was a sales Rep and was sent to deal with a customer complaint at a house in Chiswick. As the front door opened I looked up to see a man who I knew had appeared in Barnacle Bill. After I had introduced myself I told him it was a pleasure to speak to a star of Barnacle Bill. He was gobsmacked. His name was Harold Goodwin and he had been on tv many times often playing a drunk on Z Cars . He had stayed at the Golden Lion and was surprised when I told him that my farther worked as a bar man at that time and very likely served him.

  • Melvyn 3 years ago
    The boating lake was superb. There was a miniature steam train running the length of the pier. The full size steam train took passengers to 75 yards from the beach, I remember measuring it as a child. When the pier was destroyed in a storm, in the seventies, next day timbers from it were floating in the boating lake.To see Hunstanton in the fifties, watch the film Barnacle Bill with Alec Guiness from about 1956, amazing.

  • Steve 3 years ago
    Re the boating lake. You could hire rowing boats or small 2 seater motor boats. Back in the 60s when they replaced the old wooden motor boats with new models they took the old boats to play grounds around the area. One was in the playground in Old Hunstanton. I know as I played on it.

  • Admin 3 years ago
    Hi Hunny Fan. The boating lake was where Blackbeard’s Adventure Golf and the Sea Life Centre are now.

  • Hunny fan 3 years ago
    Where was the boating lake?

  • Helen 3 years ago
    Just this second saw my daughter Sally sharing time on the sea front with Grandad and Grandma. So great to see wish I was there, miss you all already.

  • pete 3 years ago
    fairground lights gives nice colors at night.

  • keith 3 years ago
    looking forward to being there tomorrow for 4 days love the area and not been for 3 years

  • Sherman 3 years ago
    Love the webcam, found out the council workers called beach patrol clear the sand and do their duties (such as first aid and lost children) daily til October. Lovely guys, very humble and local lads too, pleasure to talk to. Weather been a bit off today but sunny hunny will no doubt resume business in the morning. Sending praise and love to you all,

  • Steve 3 years ago
    Yes Dick you are right that is just what is needed.

  • June 3 years ago
    Tracey, wow thats cool xx

  • Mary Law 3 years ago
    Hunstanton had a boating lake quite a few years ago, it was so lovely

  • Tracey 3 years ago
    Just watched my mum, Rita, and her friend Gladys from Redlands, California!!

  • Dick 3 years ago
    What a great attraction the big wheel is for hunstanton all we need now is a boating lake and a sea water swimming pool on the beach that keeps full when the tide goes out anybody agree

  • Dick 3 years ago
    Very quiet at hunstanton today but OK for a bit of fresh air

  • Jaybee 3 years ago
    Great to see a couple in red jackets clearing the prom of sand. Not sure if you’re volunteers or council workers, but either way, well done and keep up the good work

  • pete 3 years ago
    it looks like its going to be a bit packed today for fathers day.

  • Marlene 3 years ago
    Watching the waterside web cam today Saturday 19th of June 15.30 hrs can’t believe people are actually in the water it must be freezing.

  • Wendy 3 years ago
    What a difference a day makes. Not a day for a stroll down the promenade . Keep dry all you brave souls.

  • The Blue car couple 3 years ago
    We thought we would return the compliment this morning by standing near the camera and wave at you thanks viewers. Ps If anybody has lost a £50 Note with an elastic band round it we found the elastic band.

  • pete 3 years ago
    the car park is always full with people coming and going.

  • pete 3 years ago
    best big wheel lights i have seen so far.

  • Tiffany 3 years ago
    Another busy hot day in sunny hunny

  • Miranda 3 years ago
    Never a 3 star Amazing views awesome sun sets a number one staycation Hunstanton has lovely shops great beach and so Many things to do for all

  • pete 3 years ago
    the big wheel has nice color lights.

  • pete 3 years ago
    its a lovely sunny day everyone is haven a good time on the beach.

  • melvyn 3 years ago
    Shocked to see someone only giving only three stars. It must be because, the secret magic of Hunstanton has been revealed to the world. Now they will all be flying in. Kings Lynn International Airport?

  • pete 3 years ago
    love to see a new webcam down near the old fair to get a closer look. at the fair and traffic coming and going.

  • JANE 3 years ago
    Great to see a young lady cleaning up the visitors’ rubbish this morning, well done x

  • Jason 3 years ago
    What an amazing attribute that our town WOW!!! Everyone embrace it while it lasts,

  • Anna Lisa 3 years ago
    New big wheel is amazing attribute to the town and sorry “Pete” if you disagree but we’re a town that needs to thrive and is doing so with the increased revenues and tourism, there is a place for more than one big wheel! Would you prefer a hotel or new build ? Given the land is for sale , we’ll be landed with more properties not tourist delights. Lovely to see from a view point and very welcome; if only the old Kit Kat could be revived, Sunny hunny would be no1 destination for staycations no doubt.

  • pete 3 years ago
    That’s funny, one big wheel is going forward the other big wheel is going backwards

  • Francis 3 years ago
    As I was walking past the fair I said to my wife look over there we saw the new Wheel. What a fantastic sight can’t wait to get on it. It will sure bring the people to Sunny Hunny well done to the men who worked hard putting it up. Most of all a big thanks to the Web cam.

  • Jac 3 years ago
    For those interested, the new big wheel is a scenic one like the London Eye and not a fairground Ferris wheel. It’s there for three months

  • Mick 3 years ago
    There will be enough for everyone The Great British Seaside Holidays are back (can’t go anywhere else)

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    Yes it is a new big wheel, it has been written about in the Eastern daily press, it says that workers are putting the finishing touches to it,

  • Melissa 3 years ago
    What food vans are they on the side visiting tomorrow

  • Pam 3 years ago
    Yes it is, on the KitKat site.

  • pete 3 years ago
    its pointless have two wheel rides on one beach. lets see how it works out.

  • Roger 3 years ago
    Is that a new big wheel near the swining pool ?

  • Toni 3 years ago
    Nice to see the people from the blue car haven’t seen them lately glad you are keeping well

  • Ros 3 years ago
    Looks lovely in Hunstanton this morning, l could just go for a paddle now, see you tomorrow Hunstanton.

  • Jackie boy 3 years ago
    Rumour is a new Bigger wheel is coming nearer the Oasis, how exciting! On the old Kit Kat site apparently, along with vendors also; great times ahead. Please don’t affect our beloved seafood stall and donuts/ candy and ice creams from the Parkin family. Xx

  • Caz 3 years ago
    Maggie, I know what you mean about the wheel. Sometimes when I tune in, it looks as if the wheel has gone. Think it must be the light!

  • Maggie 3 years ago
    Am I mistaken or has the big wheel disappeared? (Tuesday)

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    I just love these comments between visitors to the web cam. Its such a pleasant repartee amongst like minded people, and can bring insight into the past and present times of sunny hunny, it surely is a much loved place among the local and visitors alike, l well remember catching the train on a Sunday with my parents and arriving at the beach with great excitement, it was also a favourite Sunday school outing, which included a stop,at the Royal gates to Sandringham, the journey seemed to take forever, so many happy memories

  • Admin 3 years ago
    Dave, I had to check what bucolic meant before I approved the comment! “ A pleasing or picturesque in natural simplicity: idyllic” apparently.

  • Dave 3 years ago
    The use of the word bucolic was a shock. Word of the week Fiona!

  • Hunny fan 3 years ago
    BBC Springwatch is coming from Heacham just a few miles away from Hunny

  • Hunny fan 3 years ago
    OK OK OK just one more thing, visit the town centre there are some lovely shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs, bakeries etc. etc.

  • Hunny fan 3 years ago
    Ah! Nearly forgot about the fair, amazing!!!

  • Hunny Fan 3 years ago
    Oh yes nearly forgot, some beautiful ice cream out there :-)

  • Hunny Fan 3 years ago
    Hunny has all you need for a great holiday. Some of the most fabulous golden sand beaches. “The Green with the bandstand with some amazing talented musicians. Great fish and chips if you go to the right places but some are very poor quality. Plenty to do indoors if it rains. If you like walking along the promenade it goes for miles and miles, perfect. Go for Hunny this year rather than abroad you will love it.

  • Fiona 3 years ago
    Fabulous to see lots of people enjoying their holidays in sunny hunny !!!! Why would you want to go abroad when we have bucolic places like this.

  • Mags 3 years ago
    Wonderful to see show at Theatre great show and to see everyone all staying safe and please all stay that way at Sunny Hunny as we have long way to go

  • melvyn 3 years ago
    Google for Hunstanton pictures, lots on the internet. I am 72yrs and Hunstanton was my childhood heaven. We did not have a car, so the steam train from Cambridge was the start of a days adventure. Three hours on Old Hunstanton beach, and we had start for home.

  • Jeanette 3 years ago
    Hi has anyone got any pictures of the old boating lake and the roller skating rink ? Around the 1970’s .I’m a huge fan of hunstanton and we used to camp on searles camp site when the donkey field was at the end and there was a green painted wooden room with one tv in . Lovely memories

  • Lorren 3 years ago
    Hey to the young guy with the blue backpack who turned round and waved

  • Hunny fan 3 years ago
    Great day at Hunny yesterday. Love this camera.

  • Gary 3 years ago
    Helped see my kids from 200 miles away

  • Wendy 3 years ago
    Tuesday morning, looking at the camera and it looks a beautiful day at sunny honey.

  • IRENE 3 years ago
    CAN SEE YOU !!!!!

  • Diane 3 years ago
    Had a fantastic day there yesterday with our daughter and grandson. So glad things are looking up for your buisnesses – at last. First time since a very quick trip July last year.We WILL be back – God willing.

  • Justjo 3 years ago
    Waving back to the girl in yellow coat

  • M. Trench 3 years ago
    Hi there. Coming down to hunstanton today and can’t wait. I haven’t been there in so long. Been watching the cam 24/7.

  • terry 3 years ago
    I be up there tomorrow, first time in 15 months

  • sid 3 years ago
    look out for me guys ill try and wave when i am there this weekend

  • Wendy 3 years ago
    Finally got to see the couple in the blue car and waved back to them.The lady was wearing a lemon coloured cardigan and the gentleman was wearing a striped top and I think he was doing so well using his crutches and making the effort to get out and enjoy some fresh air.Hope you both enjoyed your walk this morning.

  • Fenton 3 years ago
    Seeing the black car man made my day

  • Pamela 3 years ago
    Love watching this , amazing

  • Margaret. 3 years ago
    Wow, like mid winter this morning, like to watch the Web cam pictures. Feel so sorry for visitors.

  • Ros 3 years ago
    Looks rough this morning , more like a February morning, where’s May gone?!! Hi to all the people that make these cameras possible. Thanks .

  • Roz 3 years ago
    Lovely to see Sally and Jan out for a walk xx

  • Kath 3 years ago
    Nice to see the Sea Monsters

  • KeithPearce 3 years ago
    looking forward to coming at the end of June hopefully it will be warmer I love Hunstanton

  • Kath 3 years ago
    so nice to see the people in the blue car waving

  • Karen 3 years ago
    There’s a lot of raindrops on the webcam nice to see hunstanton

  • Rick 3 years ago
    Seriously, are we ever going to see spring/summer??!!

  • Austin. 3 years ago
    Blue car couple, good to see you.Did a big smile. Wonderful. Austin.

  • Debra goddard 3 years ago
    Morning Mr & Mrs Wavers

  • Marlene 3 years ago
    I love looking at the webcams of Hunstanton.It’s now thundering over kings lynn and raining heavily,you can see how dark the skies are over towards lynn on the waterside webcam.

  • Kath 3 years ago
    I love the webcams! Just donated.

  • Denise 3 years ago
    Hi to the blue car looks very blustery today

  • Nigr 3 years ago
    Lady in the blue jacket,hi

  • Terry 3 years ago
    Finally coming to see my mum since the first lockdown, cant wait

  • sid 3 years ago
    dont worry hunstanton im comming the end of the month :) have missed ya

  • Diane 3 years ago
    Have just been waving to my Brother in law Alf. Now I’m all home sick. Diane South West Rocks Australia

  • Helen 3 years ago
    Hi Dad great to see you just first laugh for this morning with you trying to park your car driving lessons needed and nice to get a wave from your neighbours.

  • Tracey 3 years ago
    Hello Mum (Rita) and Gladys. From California!

  • Helen 3 years ago
    Hi Aunti Diane in Australia look out for my Dad waving to you and me 9.am tomorrow

  • Rick 3 years ago
    I seem to recall one or two raves at the KitKat in the early 90’s, Hyperbolic it was called if i remember rightly. They used to put on events in Kings Lynn too.

  • diane 3 years ago
    Would love to live in Hunstanton with my sister and her husband I live at South West Rocks Australia. I am homesick for England

  • Diane from South west Rocks Australia 3 years ago
    Elizabeth and Alf happy wedding anniversary sorry it’s late

  • Valerie 3 years ago
    Hello the people that are waving

  • Steve 3 years ago
    Looking in from Spain again. Yes I am aware what had happend to the Kit kat. A sad ending to such an iconic building. This prime site being left so long in this state is dreadful.

  • Mary 3 years ago
    I live locally, for those interested in the Kit Kat, sorry it burnt down in the late 90’s. It is currently a cleared but weed infested derelict site, awaiting building work for shops & flats

  • Philip 3 years ago
    I used to work at the Kit Kat late 60’ early 70’s. With Horry Saunders, Albert Pollis the chefs, Peter the bread and butter man and lovely Maudy in the Salad Bowl.. young carefree days wading in the boating lake !!!! ha ha

  • James 3 years ago
    cameras set up on the green would make Hunstanton webcams complete

  • Stu 3 years ago
    Kit Kat club , I only know of one in Bessemer Str . Berlin . I must visit thus place

  • Helen 3 years ago
    is there going to be any camaras set up on the green such a great spot for one.

  • John 3 years ago
    And beutifull Sunday lunchtimes in the kit katb1960s with the organ playing

  • Dave 3 years ago
    Those were the days Sunday night at the Kit Kat

  • Andrew 3 years ago
    There is a raindrop on the camera :(

  • Steve 3 years ago
    Looking in from Spain again. Looks chilly and wet today. Is that the Blue lagoon and Kit kat I can see. No just me dreaming and rolling back the years.

  • Ros 3 years ago
    Well done the person from the black car who just put their rubbish in the bin, l’ve seen others just dump it. A bit rough out there today but still a great seafront

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    Good to see the waving couple, lovely day for their walk,

  • Lisa 3 years ago
    Pascal, my cousin , loved Hunstanton. He lived in West Germany , yet unfortunately life was taken from him far too soon. His favourite places were the Hunstanton seafront, the joke shop, the sign of Hunstanton on the green just in front of the golden lion. We cherish childhood memories and look forward to being able to enjoy happier times when we can with his Mum and family in Germany. Never forgotten and always in our hearts xxxx

  • austin 3 years ago
    Delighted to see the waves from the blue car couple, just wonderful. Keep smiling and enjoying the webcam. Austin.

  • June 3 years ago
    yyyeeehhh,,, waved to the lovely couple this morning,,, :) xx

  • Eric 3 years ago
    Oh no its not, the environment agency says no biking on the prom at all….

  • Pam 3 years ago
    A byelaw & lots of signs but hardly any cyclist takes notice. It’s not far to walk with a bike & less dangerous.

  • Admin 3 years ago
    Hi Maggie, cycling is not allowed on the prom between the power boat launch ramp and the Green. From the boat ramp heading towards Heacham is absolutely fine.

  • Maggie 3 years ago
    Coming to stay in September will i be allowed to bike along the prom

  • Rosemary 3 years ago
    That sea looks very angry today but love watching from the warmth of my home.

  • Sam B 3 years ago
    Fab tool to have especially as I only get to visit a handful of times a year… Currently looking forward to coming back in 2 weeks! Then July and Sept! Love being able to watch the ocean in real time.

  • Helen 3 years ago
    great to see so many people walking the sea front on a bank holiday looks windy but at least not throwing it down with rain like the midlands.

  • Lisa McDowel 3 years ago
    What a beautiful sight it is at 05.30 in the morning when I’m jogging along the prom very often I’ll see people walking there dogs. Always look forward to meeting up with Frankie with his metal detector for a chin wag. Who wants to go abroad when you’ve got these beautiful sights here. Thanks to you all for the Webcam.

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    Well done to the silent heros who quietly pick up litter and place it in the bin while they are on a day out. Thank you

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    So grateful for the binmen who along with many others help to keep sunny hunny looking pristine,thank you. Maybe visitors could take their rubbish home with them if they find the bins overflowing at the end of a busy day,it takes little effort and makes a huge difference.

  • Ros 3 years ago
    Hi to the dustbin men this morning , thank you for keeping our lovely seafront clean.

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    Sterling work by the litter pickers this morming .well done and thank you.

  • Carla 3 years ago
    Hi to all former Cashino staff who may be looking in ! Booked in for half term week and hope to see you all in your new jobs ASAP Carla Adrian Charlie (the dog)

  • Fritz Christopher 3 years ago
    I ride along the promenade on my mobility scooter daily with my little dog, I love stopping for a chat with Michael Parkin and his family, the beach staff and people selling ice creams and donuts too, what a joy to embrace the best of this town. Thankful of a little gem that is Hunstanton.

  • Miyagi Day 3 years ago
    Just had the best burger and coffee all served by a lovely friendly young lady in a vending outlet near the pier arcade with so much knowledge about the local area; such a pleasure when we’ve not visited this area for 25 years; keep up the good work young Lucy. #sunnyhunnybeatsspainanyday. We will be back!

  • Justjo 3 years ago
    Hello to the people take pictures, bet you got some good ones

  • Franky 3 years ago
    Unpleasant seeing so much broken glass bottles on the promenade this morning whilst walking my dog. Commendations to the Beach Patrol staff who had to clean it up, please can everyone be respectful of our beautiful town.

  • Austin 3 years ago
    Will be looking for the green Jaz .

  • Hans 3 years ago
    Blue car couple have now changed there car it’s now a green Honda Jazz hope to see you all soon.

  • Jo 3 years ago
    Thank you caz,I was going to ask the same question.

  • Caz 3 years ago
    The gates are open on the outer part of the wall. The closest one to this camera is to the right hand side of the walkway from the car park.

  • Marilyn 3 years ago
    Just out of interest where are the flood gates

  • Admin 3 years ago
    Hi Marcus, the flood gates are only shut when a flood alert has been issued by the Environment Agency.

  • Maggie 3 years ago
    Great to watch this webcam.

  • Marcus 3 years ago
    Why are the floodgates not shut tonight on high tide

  • Debra goddard 3 years ago
    Lots of photos being taken last night with the high tide, hoping they might share them

  • Pam 3 years ago
    Helen,there are some easy access points.By the Waterside is a slipway & one a bit further along at North Prom. Towards Rainbow Park it is very easy access & the sand is lovely.There is a car park nearby.

  • Adrian 3 years ago
    Hi Helen The beach is accessible at various points There are ramps at scattered intervals and also steps down to the sand With care,I’m sure you will be fine ! Enjoy !

  • Emma 3 years ago
    Please be sensible. If you get caught out other people have to put their life’s at risk to rescue you!

  • Tasha 3 years ago
    Whoever them 3 are on the prom near sea wall are going to get caught out if they not careful

  • Gloria 3 years ago
    Wow, amazing waves on South prom tonight, thank you so much for sharing it with us.

  • Caroll 3 years ago
    Sea is a bit choppy tonight, Love watching it

  • Naj 3 years ago
    19:57 Wednesday evening and the “tide is high”springs to mind, we need a soundtrack to these amazing views!

  • Helen 3 years ago
    Is the beach accessible for someone that can’t walk very well? I’m looking for a beach my elderly mum and dad can get on easily and go for a paddle.

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    Thank you for keeping sunny Hunny Looking so good, Today l have watched them killing the weeds, checking the life rings, emptying the rubbish, opening the flood barrier and it's still only 9,20am. Wonderful, well done all

  • Melvyn 3 years ago
    Watch this space at 9.00 am, for the blue car couple.

  • Angie 3 years ago
    Who are the blue car couple

  • austin 3 years ago
    The blue car couple.We all send our thanks for the big wave at 9 15 am.We are all happy and smiling as the membership grows at our morning visit.

  • PETE 3 years ago
    I saw the blue car couple today, that was my first sighting, lol.

  • Jean 3 years ago
    Just had the wave, cheers us up, width we were there too.

  • Austin 3 years ago
    Blue car couple,we all missed the 9 15am wave.Perhaps tomorrow. Austin

  • Helen 3 years ago
    wouldn,t it be great if we could have a camara on the green i can,t wait to sit on the grass with a bag of chips and listen to the hunstanton Band you was so missed last year.

  • Helen 3 years ago
    Hi Mum and Dad looking forwards to seeing you do your beach walk won,t reconise you mum hair cut day first since last november.

  • Suzy 3 years ago
    Darn! I KEEP missing the blue car couple! Will try again tomorrow… looks lovely there today.

  • Debbie 3 years ago
    Booked today for a week in August, finally bringing my dog to the seaside for the first time ever (he’s 12!!!!) cannot wait. Love Sunny Hunny so much

  • Admin 3 years ago
    Hi Peter, yes all public toilets are open

  • Peter 3 years ago
    Are public toilets open

  • Donna S 3 years ago
    I am avidly watching this. We have booked to come for a week at the end of May and I cant wait. To actually sit outside at the Waterside, people watching and catching the sun. Love the place.

  • Helena 3 years ago
    Enjoyed cinnamon doughnuts and tea today, sitting on the wall, and admiring all the different dogs out for exercise.

  • Hunny fan 3 years ago
    Well said Mags

  • Mags 3 years ago
    How wonderful to be at Sunny Hunny and all trying to get some normality again But we must still all be very careful and stay safe hope to see more of you soon

  • austin 3 years ago
    today did not see the blue car couple but did see the beach comber.

  • Colin 3 years ago
    My wonderful parents in the blue car . I’m glad you live at Hunstanton as when lockdown is over I will be there walking with you again x

  • Paul 3 years ago
    Looks like another lovely day in sunny hunny

  • Hunny fan 3 years ago
    What a great day out today, it was definately a Sunny Hunny.

  • Roy 3 years ago
    Just watched the litter bins being emptied and a load was dropped but wasn’t picked up. Shame when so many people do the right thing and put their rubbish in them.

  • Matt 3 years ago
    This is absolutely brilliant! I do miss Hunstanton and can’t wait to get back there with the family! Great job!

  • Darryn 3 years ago
    Had a great idea go on spotify search and type . Sound of waves playlist. Play on the background Really adds to the view beautiful.

  • Debbie 3 years ago
    Wow what a beautiful scene this evening, loving it

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    Good to see you both this morning blue car couple, your cheery wave starts my day so well,

  • John 3 years ago
    Wendy, I reckon that must be the case. I haven’t seen them yet either!!!…..

  • Toby 3 years ago
    Nice to see the sea when stuck in

  • Melvyn 3 years ago
    Heacham North Beach Public Toilets has Disabled, and Baby Changing facilities. It is open all year.

  • Austin 3 years ago
    will be there at 9 15am to see the blue car couple.They bring joy to many and send us all their warm wave.All thanks for the wonderful webcam which is a great asset to these long days. Austin.

  • Rick 3 years ago
    Yes Beverley, there is a disabled toilet at South Beach and North Beach, open 24hrs all year round. The ones at North Beach are the better of the two.

  • Beverley pollard 3 years ago
    Melvyn, are they disabled toilets at heacham?

  • Rick 3 years ago
    Melvyn, the male and female toilets are usually closed earlier in the day during winter but the disabled and unisex toilets are open 24hrs all year round. Located at the Clifftop, The Green and behind Oasis Leisure Centre aswell as both North and South beach in Heacham. Hope this helps

  • Admin 3 years ago
    Hi everyone, we are aware of an issue with comments being cut short when using emjois. We are looking into a fix but for now please hold back from using them. Many thanks, HW admin.

  • Sharon 3 years ago
    I would like to see a webcam up near the boat ramp – if at all possible, please

  • Achmid 3 years ago
    One of the most beautiful places to visit any time of the year and what a fantastic job they’ve made of the fairground well done to all the boys especially John Henry. I wouldn’t mind if the car park was twenty pounds a day it wouldn’t stop me visiting Hunstanton. Keep up the good work.

  • John 3 years ago
    Wendy, I reckon that must be the case. I haven’t seen them yet either!!!…..

  • Sharon 3 years ago
    What a beautiful morning

  • Melvyn 3 years ago
    You can park in a disabled bay with a Blue Badge, but you still have to pay. In the winter they charge for the car parks, but lock the toilets up. Most people dont stay long, they cant!

  • Jen 3 years ago
    I expect they have a badge,as it’s disabled bay, and the gentlemen walks with crutches. Lovely that they give us a wAve.

  • John 3 years ago
    Wendy, I reckon that must be the case. I haven’t seen them yet either!!!…..

  • Wendy 3 years ago
    John perhaps they have a disabled badge or pay for a years parking permit. Haven’t seen them yet as I am usually doing other things at 9.15am each morning.

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    Its good to see people enjoying themselves again, and a friendly wave each day is welcome both from the giver and the receiver lm sure.

  • John 3 years ago
    I reckon this “famed” blue car couple must have a pass for the car park or something similar, for them to be able to afford the high parking costs EVERY day!! :)

  • austin 3 years ago
    Good to see the blue car couple taking in the sea air of Hunny despite it being a bit chilly. Will keep watching. Austin.

  • jean 3 years ago
    Blue car. Missed you when you started your walk. Just caught your return. Thanks for the wave. Enjoy the rest of this lovely day. Jean

  • Debbie 3 years ago
    Nice to see the blue car couple braving the elements this morning

  • Robert 3 years ago
    Hi James, car parking charges can be found at https://hunstanton.webcam/visitors-guide/car-parks. The car park you can see on the webcam is South Prom and is 1 hour £2 - 2 hours £4 - 3 hours £5 - 24 hours £6 (£7 in July & August)

  • James 3 years ago
    What is the car park charges now?

  • Debbie 3 years ago
    Missed the blue car couple this morning

  • Toni 3 years ago
    Nice to see there are lots of people waving at the camera . Makes me wish it was me

  • Austin 3 years ago
    9 15am Blue car couple your audience is growing. Thanks to the wave and webcam.Regards Austin.

  • Robert 3 years ago
    Hi Stuart, yes the red and black kiosk is Mikey’s Coffee

  • Stuart 3 years ago
    what is the black and red kiosk selling is it it coffee? I have always liked Norfolk

  • Colin 3 years ago
    A good morning to my parents in the blue car. Enjoy your walk

  • Jen 3 years ago
    How lovely to see the blue car people wave. This sort of thing cheers us all up in these very strange times.

  • Debbie 3 years ago
    I notice the blue car couple everyday too, thank you for this mornings wave.

  • Austin 3 years ago
    9 15 am lovely to see the blue car couple,the wave was there to enjoy. Great thanks to the web cam and view of Hunny.

  • Jay 3 years ago
    Love having a look at the prom and sea

  • Stuart Richardson 3 years ago
    this will only help with tourism in Norfolk it just looks a beautiful place .In lockdown you can still visit these places virtually …Happy memories of Norfolk Holidays

  • Dave 3 years ago
    Great Webcams!

  • Helen 3 years ago
    I cannot wait to be back in Hunny. ❤️

  • June 3 years ago
    I know its cold and windy,,but I just luv watching “the white horses”,,

  • Roeie 3 years ago
    What a picture that is the sun shining on the sea is a sight to behold, whoever decided to give us this gift of looking at sunny hunny should be congratulated ,well done

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    Loving those waves, it looks fabulous but cold, hopefully it will be a warm summer for everyone

  • Jane 3 years ago
    Lovely to watch. Thanks.

  • Dolly 3 years ago
    Hunstanton you have been missed so much, I can’t wait to see you next week .

  • John 3 years ago
    Looks blooming cold but very bracing :) Thanks for this cam, hope its going to be online all Summer.

  • Archie 3 years ago
    Looks like the waves will be coming over shortly

  • Gail 3 years ago
    Looking great. Can’t wait to visit

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    Looking really good there cant wait until we can visit, thank you hunstanton for the chance to watch sunny hunky during lockdown

  • Kath 3 years ago
    Wish i could be there right now. Hoping to visit in Sept

  • Ryan 3 years ago
    It is such a lovely place, will be there in August!!!

  • Archie 3 years ago
    Hunstanton such a lovely place

  • Su 3 years ago
    Waving to my sister and my mum on Easter Sunday – fabulous.

  • austin 3 years ago
    Thanks blue car, jumped out of the bath at 9 15am. Just in time, Austin

  • Jo 3 years ago
    I really miss Hunstanton. I can’t wait to return again with hopefully better weather.

  • Austin.Norfolk Artist. 3 years ago
    Blue car couple. Very many thanks for the big wave. Lovely to see you. Regards Austin.

  • Caz 3 years ago
    Good morning to the couple in the blue car, I waved back at you at 9.15am, Saturday. Can not wait to be back in Hunstanton, watch daily from Hertfordshire.

  • Steve 3 years ago
    Shame about the weather. I can remember some really warm Easters back in the early 70s when I was a teenager. Looking from Spain.

  • coolsilver 3 years ago
    it so cool

  • Glenis 3 years ago
    The promenade is being cleared of sand by two young resorts guys, they are making an excellent job, thank you & well done ! You are greatly appreciated by all as you do a wonderful job keeping resort pristine.

  • Austin. Norfolk Artist. 3 years ago
    Watch every day. Couple with Blue car that parks at nine fifteen , give us a wave.

  • Jen 3 years ago
    Lovely, I do a virtual trip everyday, cromer pier, Sherringham sea front, Sunny Hunny and a few in between

  • Richard walker 3 years ago
    I carnt wait to see sunny Hunny again and the beach and the little train and the WASH MONSTER good views of the sea

  • Mags 3 years ago
    Mags. So sorry we missed you Gordon but hope we will meet soon but we must all stay safe when do as we don’t want any more lockdowns do we

  • Gordon 3 years ago
    We missed you to day .Mag. walking along prom soaking up the sun.

  • Mags 3 years ago
    Just wonderful to spend a few hours at Sunny Hunny but sad not to meet up with friends but that won’t be long now but all enjoy and all stay safe .

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    This has to be the most lovely sea view, wish l was there

  • Paul 3 years ago
    Hope to be there on the 12th april

  • Hunny fan 3 years ago
    Great to see the food and drink stalls operating. Hunny is coming back to life again.

  • Jaffee Joffa 3 years ago
    Oh thank you this is amazing , I love it and look forward to more views also ; Praise the Lord this is just what we need.

  • Jim 3 years ago
    just seen my brother in law great fun thanks web cam

  • Martin 3 years ago
    Great to see a traditional Helter Skelter again, and a Ferris Wheel. I can remember there being a Ferris Wheel in the same position when I was a kid in the 60s. I think it went around 1970. Lovely to see the sunset…won’t be long before we see it for real again :)

  • Peter 3 years ago
    Soon be having a cold one in the waterside sis x

  • Jim 3 years ago
    just watched my brother in law, fantastic as we are in Middlesex

  • Caz 3 years ago
    I thought I saw a big wheel by the helter skelter…. was there one there earlier?

  • Rosie 3 years ago
    I watch sunny hunny throughout the day, and its been an absolute joy to watch the sea and lovely skies each day,it is almost as good as a visit, which we really hope will be very soon, thank you

  • Sherman 3 years ago
    Thanks a lot webcam just met up with an old friend after twenty years saw her on the webcam right near the waterside the last time we saw each other was at Barclays Bank so good to be Back in touch with T B K keep up the good work webcam thanks.

  • Janet 3 years ago
    Beautiful cant wait to get back thank you.

  • Sec-ual Chocolate 3 years ago
    J’taime la fantastique ambience et majestique. Bravo Hunstanton, magnifique.

  • R Watson 3 years ago
    Really miss Hunstanton Beach and also miss visiting St Edmunds Church. Looking Good

  • L McDowell 3 years ago
    Good morning my neighbours, what a blessing and humbled life we lead being so close to these wonderful views. Enjoy the peace and tranquillity at this present time; stay safe, be calm and believe that we shall all be together again soon. Thank you for bringing these views to us all and we hope many more cameras can be added to the kingdom of Sunny Hunny.

  • Akeem 3 years ago
    High Bob be glad when you can get down to sunny Hunny it’s smashing what they’ve done here. You won’t recognise our place when you get here. We’ve moved to Queens.

  • Bev x 3 years ago
    So lovely to pop in and out to virtually be by the Seaside. My Sister and Brother in Law live in Hunstanton, we used to Holiday at Manor Park with our Dogs to visit them.. Look forward to doing that again xx

  • Chris 3 years ago
    So Nice to see the slip and big wheel up can’t wait to have a go on it it will look brilliant when it’s lights are all on also looking forward to seeing Willie with the Wash Monster. Thanks for everything web cam.

  • Chris 3 years ago
    Perfect day, tide in, sunshine and lucky people walking. Wish I was there, hopefully it won’t be too far away.

  • Mick Welch 3 years ago
    Desperate to get back to my holiday home on manor park missing the coast and oysters at the white horse

  • Sandra 3 years ago
    Spend time in the day dipping in and out watching the sea and the people it is lovely to watch have friends living there nice to see what the weather is like better then Cambridge most days.

  • steve 3 years ago
    Good to see the fair going up and looking traditional, memories of being a teenager in the 70´s. Looking from Spain

  • John 3 years ago
    Great to see the sea again at wonderful Hunstanton. I cannot wait to get back there in person, this year. John. L Leicester

  • Wendy 3 years ago
    Fabulous so incredible Thank you made my day. Will be watching often.

  • Maggie and Gerry 3 years ago
    Wonderful to see Sunny Hunny but wish we could be there and be able to see our friends but hopefully won’t be long now

  • John 3 years ago
    O boy watching this is very therapeutic for the soul and to think the clifftop will also have a camera i watch this more than yarmouth so good and relaxing. Thank you hunny John cambridge

  • Jane 3 years ago
    Sunny Hunny … even when it’s not sunny I still love it ❤. Can’t wait to get back to my caravan.

  • Duncan 3 years ago
    Great to have this up and running – thank you.

  • Julie Roberts 3 years ago
    Love watching web cam from Bolton,can’t wait to get back to our lodge

  • Eric 3 years ago
    Very good thanks just what we need.

  • Joan 3 years ago
    Loved watching the Tide last night .it came right up to the wall

  • Goose 3 years ago
    Looks choppy tonight! For sure going when COVID is over! :)

  • elvis 3 years ago
    ooo`ps flood gates not shut.

  • Cheryl 3 years ago
    When I go (hopefully) in june I’m going to stand on the prom and wave at the camera

  • Jill 3 years ago
    Love this, can’t wait to get back on the prom, thanks to everyone…just what we need. Nearly as good as being there.

  • Susan 3 years ago
    Thank you to the guy who is currently clear the debris from the prom.

  • Carol 3 years ago
    Brilliant webcams and all the more special while lockdown is on. Thank you.

  • Wendy 3 years ago
    Looks a beautiful morning. Can’t wait till we can visit here again. Making memories :-)

  • Melvyn 3 years ago
    Superb view, saves me a 70 mile round trip. I just looked at a photo I took two years ago, the groynes are protruding above the sand by the same amount. No missing sand.

  • Darryn 3 years ago
    For those that want the times for the tide https://www.tidetimes.org.uk/hunstanton-tide-times

  • Geoff 3 years ago
    The only thing that saddens me is the loss of sand, it seems to have disappeared all the way along the front. The beach looks so much better when covered in sand.

  • Nick 3 years ago
    Rough

  • Tim 3 years ago
    Some smashing big waves tonight absolutely love it, we wish we were there

  • Andy 3 years ago
    Miss walking along the front!!

  • Sasha 3 years ago
    What time is high tide today

  • Gordon. 3 years ago
    Great to see live sea front can’t wait to walk along with my friends Margret & Gerald.

  • sally 3 years ago
    Hi to the young man waving

  • Wendy 3 years ago
    This is so lovely to watch, while we are unable to visit the coast. Sunny honey is my favourite place.

  • Allen 3 years ago
    Love its in real time there are other webcam around norfolk as well wells next to the sea in real time sheringham real time with sound also cromer has 2 one on the pier and the other is looking over the beach at the pier but with an advert first then 30 sec of real time live then great Yarmouth two cams live real time… Heacham used to have a webcam don’t know if it will go back up in the summer and kings lynn has one one in its pontoons sadly not in real time updated every min

  • Lynn 3 years ago
    What silly people I’m watching!!! They are big waves! Right up to the cars parked opposite the wall! Xxxx

  • Lynn 3 years ago
    Ohhh no it’s buffering!! Beautiful waves tho xxx

  • sharon 3 years ago
    Loving the waves today, can’t wait to come back!

  • Dickie 3 years ago
    Could be interesting at high tide @ 5pm today

  • Simon 3 years ago
    Awesome! Now I can see when the tide is in and how busy it is before setting off…great addition – thanks you!

  • Kay 3 years ago
    Hello to Pam and Rog braving the elements on Pam’s birthday. Looking forward to when we can walk along the prom with you in the not too distant future

  • Helen 3 years ago
    Hi grandma have a great 80th birthday today. looking forwards to spending time at the caravan soon and selling the house so we can move to hunstanton.

  • Richard 3 years ago
    Hello to the couple waving at the camera, Sunday 7/3 at 11:54 :)

  • Veronica 3 years ago
    Marvelous thank you

  • Andrew 3 years ago
    Wow. Just can’t wait to come back.

  • Veronica 3 years ago
    Very soothing lovely

  • Sally 3 years ago
    Morning I leave in Leicester I miss coming to the seaside I look on here every day and think to myself I will be back there one day I love watching the sea I just want to come back

  • Carol R 3 years ago
    Watching the waves crashing onto the walkway, it’s 10pm. Not seen it this bad for a while, amazing

  • Bubbles 3 years ago
    Brilliant. We live in Hunstanton. But because of lockdown we haven’t been to the front as we are vulnerable have not been out. The web cam is ‘Fantastic’ so good to still be able to watch the tides come in and out and sun sets. We have recommended this to others. We are so lucky to live here. Stay safe everyone.

  • Susan 3 years ago
    Ive just booked for June can’t wait just hope it’s ok this time as has been cancelled 3 times masks and jell at the ready

  • Terry 3 years ago
    I watch this every day , cant wait till restrictions are lifted to come see my mum up there and have a wander

  • Carol, Peter & Mollie 3 years ago
    Just discovered this webcam today. We are missing our cosy caravan near the beach at Sunny Hunny. Little things we took for granted, like walking the prom with our little dog Mollie are a distant memory. Please may they return with everyone safe and well.

  • Katey 3 years ago
    I love watching x I leave Norfolk next week after 2 happy years living here so this will make me feel like I am still part of Norfolk xxx

  • Boo 3 years ago
    Thank you so much for this. I dip in several times every day.

  • Bridget 3 years ago
    I have only just found out about the webcam today. Missing our visits to the seaside so much, so it is lovely to be reminded even though from a distance. This has made me smile today. Thank you.

  • Helen 3 years ago
    Technology is amazing! Lovely to take a ‘walk’ down the prom while sitting in New Zealand. Stay safe.

  • Mick 3 years ago
    Log in every day to remind me of what I’m missing. Love it

  • Susan 3 years ago
    Lovely to watch people walking and the sea can’t wait to return for my hoildays

  • Ann 3 years ago
    Brilliant idea miss going to Hunstanton during lockdown so wonderful to be able to watch the sea can’t wait to visit again and eat proper fish and chips and walk on the beach x

  • Dean 3 years ago
    Absolutely wonderful to see this Web cam in full operation. I Absolutely am in love with hunstanton I holiday here 3 times a year so far. I’m trying to move to this magical place love the cam well done all

  • Karen Wilson 3 years ago
    Love seeing hunny prom. Went there when I was kid and rode the ponies, went to the fair and on rides with my John, got some sweets from there too

  • Phil 3 years ago
    Cant wait to visit again love it

  • Sandra 3 years ago
    Can’t wait for my next visit

  • Laurey 3 years ago
    I’m loving it. Check in every day. Keep an eye on the weather. In fact, use it almost as a screen saver. Thank you so much.

  • Mo 3 years ago
    Come from Ringstead, last 44 years living in Switzerland, now showing grandchildren lovely Hunstanton. Hope to visit again soon.

  • Jennifer 3 years ago
    I am so grateful for this web cam. The waves and the wavers, the wheelers and the walkers, the sea birds and the happy dogs. Knowing those far and wide are enjoying it too. A real tonic. Thank you X.

  • Steve 3 years ago
    Born in Old Hunstanton. Last 20 years living in Spain. Look at this site several times a day. Nice to see home.

  • Ben 3 years ago
    Wow thx you

  • Chris 3 years ago
    Keep walking and keep waving

  • Marlene 3 years ago
    I take a look at the webcam every day. I was born in Hunstanton but now living in King's Lynn and need my daily dose of Hunny, sunny or not.

  • Pat 3 years ago
    We were there yesterday and had a wave at the camera

  • Gran!! 3 years ago
    Thanks to all the walking people…. Looks bracing. Keep waving to all us in landlocked lockdown .

  • Mike 3 years ago
    Brilliant service… Would be great to have more like this around our coasts.

  • Missing the sea 3 years ago
    So grateful for this Live camera, thank you. We are missing this place so much, we only live a little way from here, but can’t venture out at the moment due to lockdown. So this helps just a little to see a familiar scene. Amazing to share the sunsets

  • Ned 3 years ago
    I live on the Lincolnshire Wolds and can see Hunstanton on a clear day! Now use this webcam to see what weather is coming our way!! Thanks so much for providing the views.

  • Rick 3 years ago
    My favourite place, so many happy memories! Usually there every few weeks and can’t wait to return. Brilliant webcam. Hi to everyone watching, you are not alone. Keep safe, better days are coming

  • Susan 3 years ago
    This is great. Thank you. I’m missing my visits. Looking forward to the new views

  • Tracey 3 years ago
    Checking on the beach from Redlands California!! Hi Mum!!

  • Dirk 3 years ago
    Just seen a small red car get a parking ticket.

  • Eloise Richards 3 years ago
    Miss my holidays in Hunstanton, looking forward to walking along the sea front

  • Neil 3 years ago
    Fabulous idea Nothing better then watching the sea

  • James Webster 3 years ago
    It’s a lovely camera I have been on the wash monster 82 times altogether

  • Catherine 3 years ago
    It’s so lovely to be able to watch this new camera from my home 70 miles away. Hunstanton is my second home and I’m missing it and my friends there very much at the moment. Thank you for bringing the Norfolk Coast to our living rooms, I’m looking forward to returning one day when it’s safe to do so.

  • Chris 3 years ago
    This is brilliant My sister in Germany loves it as at the moment she can’t get over here and also my good friend Mick from Harpenden who I usually see twice a year here. Thanks for the Webcam.

  • Joy 3 years ago
    Hello waving man with 3 dogs at 4.30pm 11/02/21, watching you from France!

  • Andy Whitfield 3 years ago
    Makes wish I were there right now! Sadly Covid does not permit this! :( But this and other cams more than makes up for this. :) Andy. (Middlesex)

  • Rachael 3 years ago
    Lovely very relaxing, it’s so nice to see the sea and a beautiful sky.

  • June 3 years ago
    Thank you for this cam, it is giving me and so many other people around the world so much pleasure keeping up to date with Sunny Hunny. I am only in York, so near yet so far away. Stay safe and warm to everyone, in these uncertain times xx

  • Laurey 3 years ago
    We’re loving this. Can’t wait to get back. Thank you so much. Stay safe up there.

  • Janet 3 years ago
    Brilliant lovely to watch people walk the beach . Missing Hunny so much this will help till we can come back.

  • Tracy 3 years ago
    Love it when people give us a wave. We have a caravan at Heacham that I cannot wait to get back to x Stay safe everybody x

  • Liza raby 3 years ago
    Can not wait to bring Spencer back to his favourite place and see his nanny and grandad who he keeps calling for, Spencer can’t wait to see you all including aunty lisa and uncle Steve Sealife centre fish and chips

  • Vivian 3 years ago
    Lovely to SEE this here in Germany hope to come soon

  • Lisa 3 years ago
    Wonderful for all to enjoy, local and from afar, including my disabled Nephew Spencer who sadly has been unable visit his favourite place in the whole world due to the pandemic.

  • Mark 3 years ago
    What a wonderful new cam. Due there in August (hopefully). Please keep this as a permanent Cam when lockdown ends

  • Paul 3 years ago
    What a great idea, I can now watch my parents and Fern (their dog) on their daily walks.

  • Janet 3 years ago
    Lovely to be able to see people walking the beach even in the snow.

  • Chris 3 years ago
    Just watched somebody who is walking on the seafront in the snow. Love it!

  • Sarah Ward 3 years ago
    I just love these webcams, as like so many I have been shielding for nearly a year, so it’s great to see. Thank you so much, I’m nr king’s. Lynn.

  • Paul 3 years ago
    After a lovely walk along the Promenade there’s nothing better than having a pint and fish and chips with my two working black Labradors. This is my view

  • sydney 3 years ago
    i miss hunstanton and heacham its my second home :) nice to have this stop gap till i can return i look forward to seeing more

  • Julie 3 years ago
    Thank you for putting this one, love to see the sea, even if we can’t get there now.

  • Gaynor 3 years ago
    Wish I was there. Loving it snowing in the sea. Brilliant

  • SunnyHunny Resident 3 years ago
    Thankyou .. From someone who is shielding and unable to get out I am loving having a look on this Webcam .. Really hope it continues.

  • Fran 3 years ago
    It’s snowing! Would love to be there! Really missing Hunny.

  • Martyn 3 years ago
    Love to see our favourite local Beach, living in Peterborough we get to it when we are allowed. In the meantime we can see it on camera, Thanks.

  • Amanda 3 years ago
    Great view. Is this live all the time.

  • Chris 3 years ago
    Love this, can’t wait to get back to Heacham …..

  • Janice 3 years ago
    Excellent

  • Clive 3 years ago
    Brilliant, hopefully more will be added in the future.

  • Susan 3 years ago
    I live in USA original from Heacham we spent many days on the prom in Hunstanton. I just love this webcam thank you so very much.

  • Irene 3 years ago
    This is fabulous .I love being able to see my favourite place whenever I want to.thank you .

  • Ian 3 years ago
    Thank you very much. Best quality webcam I have seen. I had been thinking I miss the sea the most… and now I can ‘go to’ the sea without getting cold.

  • Barbara 3 years ago
    Thank you so much for this, we will be visiting in July and can’t wait.

  • Mary 3 years ago
    Brilliant, Thank you

  • Mary 3 years ago
    Just love this, thank you.

  • Martin 3 years ago
    Having lived & worked in West Norfolk from 1972 to 2008 [now retired & living in Bodrum Turkey] this new addition of a South Beach webcam is great. I’ve been checking in regularly on the Sailing Club cam for ages.

  • Marie 3 years ago
    Hello people waving on the prom! From Hampshire

  • Alison (Bishops Stortford) 3 years ago
    Fantastic. Thank you. It’s like we’re there!

  • Jennifer 3 years ago
    I just love this webcam. Three years ago I bought a brass tide table clock which is set to the tide times at Hunstanton, I now enjoy watching the tide, and checking the accuracy of my clock. I don’t know who the man was waving at this morning, but I waved back as well. It was also lovely to see the dog this morning, who was determined not to pass the steps down to the beach, and won the argument. The whole experience cheers me up no end. Jennifer Downham Market.

  • Chris 3 years ago
    Thanks for the webcam, looking forward to getting back to our caravan when the lock down ends.

  • simon 3 years ago
    Love the webcam,just a pity with no sound thou!

  • Richard 3 years ago
    Lovely to see the view. I already watch the sailing club camera often. We were last there March 17th 2020 just before lock down. We’re only an a hour and a half away in Cambridge and had many trips there in 2018 and 2019. Miss Hunstanton and the area lots !

  • Diane Butler 3 years ago
    Thank you so much for this webcam, we miss Hunny so much and cannot wait to be free and safe to walk along the front again and visit dear friends again.

  • DANNY 3 years ago
    My friend Tanya sent me this video it brings back memories of the many times I spent walking with my Blue Merle Border Collie Zoe and seeing her herding every dog she could see on the beach. Happy memories.

  • AnnieMac 3 years ago
    Looking forward to being there with my lovely family after Lockdown

  • Jack 3 years ago
    I am originally from east Norfolk and then in 2011/12 I lived between Hunstanton and King Lynn.  Wife and I loved Hunstanton and these excellent webcams bring back happy memories.  I have a huge collection of sunset photos from the area. We now live in north Scotland.

  • Shirley 3 years ago
    Oh I miss this wonderfull place its our families happy place so nice just to watch the water lashing up the beach

  • Emily 3 years ago
    Miss Hunny and walks along the sea. Thanks for sharing. Even seeing the tide lap against the beach in the dark is some consolation

  • Tracey 3 years ago
    I’m watching from California. Grew up in Hunstanton and really miss the beach.

  • Joan & Ronald 3 years ago
    Just loving this view. Thank you waterside bar. We had such wonderful family holiday there in sunny hunny. But remember our Saturday nights in the bar. Even the time my husband played air guitar with the band that was playing. Food was wonderful as well, it was a great family memory. So thank you. So hope to see you soon. Love From Buckingham.

  • Al 3 years ago
    What a brilliant idea. I miss Hunstanton so much after moving away four years ago especially the walks along the sea front It is so nice to see what’s going on there.

  • Susan 3 years ago
    What a great idea , we miss Hunny a lot now still in lockdown. Looking forward to being able to return

  • Carol R 3 years ago
    Missing our breaks to Hunstanton and Heacham. Nice new camera view to watch the sunset now that the evenings are getting longer. Thank you

  • Jean 3 years ago
    Dont live near the coast but cant wait to be able to get some sea air in my COPD lungs after being shut in for nearly a year.

  • Richard 3 years ago
    My favourite place sunny Hunny I go every year but not now and I love the wash monster going to lynn I miss my Hunstanton and those beautiful fish and chips

  • Pippa 3 years ago
    What a wonderful idea! Please keep this going even after lockdown eases, for those who still cannot get out to Hunny, for ALL sorts of reasons!? All I can see from my windows is a pizza shop and a tiny back yard! X

  • Janet 3 years ago
    Brilliant love this place can’t wait to get back to my van and be sat in waterside looking at that view.

  • John 3 years ago
    Lived in Heacham for 30 years now near Newcastle do really miss the area

  • Roger 3 years ago
    Great view, really good to see what is happening.

  • Jill 3 years ago
    Be interesting on parkrun day!!!

  • Martin 3 years ago
    Brilliant. Hope it won’t be too long before we can use our caravan at Heacham again, and watch the sunset from The Waterside again.

  • Carrie 3 years ago
    Brilliant view of a much loved place x Cannot wait to be back there x

  • Gotch family 3 years ago
    Can’t wait to be able to visit Hunstanton again missed these sights so very much. Charlie the dog has packed his thing’s already! Encouraged by his mum no doubt.

  • Reece 3 years ago
    This is amazing feels like im there ….. Ive had this live stream on all day today in the background Just watching whist doing Collage work. Really helps. Cannot wait to return when Lockdown is over. Loved seeing the Sea in this morning and someone waving a Union Jack at the Camera this afternoon. Brilliant Well done and Thankyou

  • Gloria 3 years ago
    Love Hunstanton we are so lucky to be living here, so nice to see people walking along the beach enjoying the sun and sea❤️

  • Robin. 3 years ago
    How I miss the mud flats at Hunstanton.

  • Shelley 3 years ago
    What a lovely view, i miss sunny hunny

  • Sue 3 years ago
    Thank you for popping camera up lovely to watch at all times

  • Carol 3 years ago
    Absolutely brilliant for those of us that can’t be there at the moment.

  • Chris 3 years ago
    Ahh!…I can nearly see my caravan. At least it keeps us close to our favourite getaway. Can’t wait to get back.

  • Susan 3 years ago
    Fabulous. Evening at the moment so not a lot to see but will definitely use again to enjoy all things Hunstanton.
Sunset in Hunstanton
Hunstanton Prom and Funfair
Hunstanton Gift Shops
Wash Monster Sea Trips

Hunstanton's South Promenade and Main Beach

Located between The Green and Rainbow Park funfair, Hunstanton's South Prom is the main seafront area of the town where you will find an array of food and drink kiosks, arcades and gift shops. Along with Alive Oasis leisure centre, Blackbeard's Adventure Golf, Sea Life Centre and the beach patrol / first aid hut (April - September).

First built in the 1920s and 1930s on land reclaimed from the sea, the only surviving architecture from this art deco period can be seen in the Waterside Bar where our webcam is located.

In the past, along the south prom, you would have found an outdoor bathing pool called the Blue Lagoon (now the South Prom car park), the Kit Kat club and a large boating lake (now the crazy golf and Sea Life Centre).


Waterside Bar

Our South Prom webcam is located on the Waterside Bar. The perfect place to relax after spending a day on the beach and watch Hunstanton's famous sunset from one of two balconies, while enjoying a cold drink.

The building was initially built in the 1920s as the refreshment hall and waiting room for Hunstanton's train station until the line closed in 1969. In its heyday, trains would run every 10 minutes and thanks to its seafront location, passengers were able to leave the station and directly on to the promenade and pier.

The Waterside Bar overlooking Hunstanton's Main Beach and Promenade
The Waterside Bar overlooking Hunstanton's Main Beach and Promenade