Pakefield Coastwatch is a member of the Sea Safety Group of Coastwatch stations.
An extract from an 1846 Sea Chart of this coast showing the red light of Pakefield
Mother Nature was in control of the Lighthouse's fate and, as the sand banks and
seaway moved too far south, the light ceased to be an effective aid to shipping and
extinguished finally on 1st December 1864.
From 1865, there is little knowledge about the lighthouse until well into the 20th
century. The assumption is that it remained derelict for over 50 years. Local newspapers
reveal its eventual sale to the owners of Pakefield Hall in 1929 for the sum of £150.