|Location:||Happisburgh, Norfolk, England|
|Year first lit:||1791|
|Height:||26 m (85 ft)|
|Focal Height:||15 m|
|Current lens:||Catadioptric Fixed Lens|
|Range:||14 nm (26 km)|
|Characteristic:||White group flashing 3 times every 30 seconds|
Happisburgh Lighthouse is the oldest working light in East Anglia, and the only independently run lighthouse in Great Britain.
Built in 1790, orginally one of a pair - the tower is 85ft tall and the lantern is 134ft above sea level. The 'low light' which was discontinued in 1883 was 20ft lower and the pair formed leading lights marking safe passage around the southern end of the treacherous Haisborogh Sands.