Huge swathes of the cliffside at Happisburgh have eroded over the last 10 years. The top photograph was taken in 1998 and the bottom in 2007.
Di Wrightson's back garden is the only land left between her house and the sea. The property is currently about 43ft (13m) from the cliff edge.
Cliff House guest house has been run by Di Wrightson and her business partner Jill Morris since 1981. Their tea shop shut in 2005.
Much of the land around the edge of Happisburgh is unstable.
Some of the wooden sea defences remain in place on the northern edge of the village.
This bay only appeared in the 1990s after the revetments north of it were removed, allowing sand to drift along the shoreline.
Piles of rocks have been laid along sections of the coastline to try and slow the rate of erosion.
Happisburgh Lighthouse is the oldest working one in East Anglia and is run entirely by voluntary contributions.