Removal company helps to move Hemsby residents’ possessions for free

PUBLISHED: 15:18 19 March 2018 | UPDATED: 10:48 20 March 2018

RHT Removals help remove possessions from a home on the Marrams in Hemsby.
Picture: RHT Removals

RHT Removals help remove possessions from a home on the Marrams in Hemsby. Picture: RHT Removals


A family run-removal company has given up their free time to help move possessions from three homes threatened by erosion in Hemsby.

On Sunday RHT Removals and Storage Norfolk, based at Potter Heigham, used three vans to remove the possessions for free.

The company has gone back today to remove possessions from several further clifftop homes.

Company owner Sian Pegg also said one of her neighbours helped in Sunday’s move.

She said she got involved as she knew the Marrams and Hemsby from her role as a community nurse and had gone on Facebook offering help, with an emergency services team calling them in.

She said: “It is satisfying to give something back to the community.”

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