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Location of Great Yarmouth: East Norfolk, East of England, England, UK.

Postcode for Great Yarmouth: NR30-31

Dialling Code for Great Yarmouth: 01493

Population of Great Yarmouth: 70,234 (2011 Census)

Great Yarmouth Ordnance Survey Map Reference: TG5207

The favourite English seaside resort of Great Yarmouth stands where the River Yare enters the sea (hence its name), it has a populace of about 70,000 residents, and it acts as a gateway between the Norfolk Broads and the sea. A fishing port for generations and most recently it has helped support the a large number of offshore oil rigs that can be found in the area. Great Yarmouth has been a much visited seaside resort since the 1760s when seawater baths opened up beside the seafront.

GreatYarmouth has achieved a good alliance between its spacious seafront, that spreads for almost 4 miles, and its bustling commercial harbour, which runs alongside the River Yare over 3km, just about along the same line as the coast. The River Yare passes across the flat ground east of Norfolk's capital Norwich, then increases out into the expanse of Breydon Water, after which it moves rapidly southwards, resulting in the peninsula on which Great Yarmouth sits.

North West Tower and Bure Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 803908The old community and harbour grew up on the eastern bank of the Yare, it later expanded across the west banks into a district a little bewilderingly known as Southtown. On the the coast, the town boasts 2 piers, Wellington Pier and Britannia Pier, the Britannia Pier hosts the well known Britannia Theatre along with a fair, bars, amusements and bowling. Upon Marine Parade is the now unused Winter Gardens, built of glass and steel, residents are hoping that this building will get the 6 million or so required to repair it.

A History of Great Yarmouth: There was human activity in the Great Yarmouth district as far back as Roman times, with the Gariannonum fort erected by the Romans at the mouth of the Yare. Clearly there was a well established village there by the time of the Domesday Book of 1086. The settlement most certainly evolved as a result of the excellent fishing here and a large number of fishermen were among those reported in the Domesday Book, number of inhabitants back then was close to 400, all then within the Gorleston manor.

King John it was who 1st granted Yarmouth a charter to hold a market (also known as the right of toll) in 1208, the charter also said that Yarmouth would be "a free borough forever". 50 years or so later Yarmouth was authorized to erect a town wall by Henry the Third, it was in addition able to construct its very own gaol or prison, a fair amount of both the prison and the wall still remain at this time. Yarmouth grew as a fishing port and shipbuilding centre over the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, though some conflict took place between the fishermen of the Cinque Ports and those of Yarmouth, with lots of boats destroyed at this time. In 1348 the Black Death found its way to Yarmouth, and hit it in a more destructive way than nearly any other town in Great Britain, with about 70% of its people exterminated.

In between the town wall and the river the houses were actually crowded together into more than 100 constricted passageways that were known as 'Rows', some not even 1 yard across, a number of of these remain in existence nowadays. A further relic from those long past days is the excellent 13th century Tolhouse, considered to be one of the country's eldest municipal buildings, underground it boasts forbidding dungeons. During the Middle Ages and after, the port prospered from the herring fishing industry. The Free Herring Fair, which occurred in the autumn, was one of the biggest of the trade fairs in those far off times.

The halcyon days of the herring fishing happened right before WW1 when over 1,000 herring fishing boats worked out of Great Yarmouth. A mass of women (referred to as "fish girls") lots from Scotland alighted in Yarmouth every autumn to help process the huge volumes of herring, thought to have averaged over 500 million fish during the glory years.

The town can be got to from the A12 or the A47, it is around 21 miles to the east of Norwich, sixteen kilometers north of Lowestoft and one hundred and thirty six miles to the north-east of Central London. Yarmouth could also be accessed by train from London, Liverpool St and the closest international airport is Norwich International a driving distance of 37 kilometres.

A selection of Great Yarmouth streets and roads: Stonecutters Way, Onslow Avenue, The Lea, Paget Road, Johnson Court, Walpole Road, Balmoral Avenue, Fitzalan Close, Beccles Road, Prince's Road, Palgrave Road, Caister Road, Seymour Avenue, Tolhouse Street, Middleton Road, Bermondsey Place West, Back Pier Plain, Artillery Square, Wightmans Lane, Fishers Opening, Downing Court, Raleigh Avenue, Priory Row, Tennyson Road, Southampton Place, Sandringham Avenue, Vauxhall Terrace, Cradock Avenue, Saxon Road, Exmouth Place, Wellesley Road, Malthouse Lane, Yarmouth Way, Colomb Road, Beaconsfield Road, The Crans, Quay Road, Bath Hill Terrace, North River Road, The Conge, Conway Road, Lawn Avenue, Hawkins Close, Northgate Street, Barnard Avenue, Dene Side, Ferrier Road, Highfield Road, Cross Road, Albion Road, Keyes Avenue.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Great Yarmouth: Ashmanhaugh Light Railway, Bewilderwood, Tolhouse Great Yarmouth, Willow Farm Riding School, Castaway Island, Carlton Marshes, Woodland Park Equestrian Centre, MB's Funhouse, Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens, Royal Naval Patrol Service Museum, Moo Play Farm, Drakkar Charters, North Cove, Pirates Cove Golf, Yarmouth Hippodrome, Great Yarmouth North Beach, Amazonia World of Reptiles, Museum of the Broads, Regent Superbowl, Marina Leisure Centre, Gorleston Beach, Beccles Outdoor Swimming Pool, Lost World Adventure Golf, Pleasure Beach Great Yarmouth, Martham Broad, Sea Life Great Yarmouth, Guided Great Yarmouth Historical Walks, Adventure Island Play Park, Thrigby Windmill, East Anglia Transport Museum, Lowestoft South Beach.

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