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Great Yarmouth Location: East Norfolk, East Anglia, Eastern England, UK.

Great Yarmouth Post Code: NR30-31

Great Yarmouth Dialling Code: 01493

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

Great Yarmouth Ordnance Survey Map Reference: TG5207

The traditional Norfolk sea side town of Great Yarmouth lies where the River Yare enters the North Sea (clearly from where it got its name), it has a population of approximately seventy thousand people, and lies between the Broads and the North Sea. A fishing port for many years and in recent times it has helped support the various offshore oil rigs that exist off this coastline. Great Yarmouth has been a much loved seaside resort ever since the late eighteenth century when seawater baths were erected on the seafront.

The town has achieved a relaxed coexistence between its large seafront, that spreads for nearly four miles, and its busy commercial harbor, which extends along the banks of the River Yare for further than 3 kilometres, almost parallel to the beachfront. The River Yare meanders over the flat low-lying ground to the east of Norwich, after which it broadens out into the huge Breydon Water, then turning rapidly south, causing a peninsula upon which Great Yarmouth is located.

North West Tower and Bure Bridge - - 803908The original town and port grew up along the eastern banks of the River Yare, it after that extended along the western banks into an area a touch confusingly known as Southtown. Going back to the shoreline, Great Yarmouth has 2 piers, Britannia Pier and Wellington Pier, the Britannia Pier is home to the famous Britannia Theatre and a funfair, taverns, bowling and amusements. Upon Marine Parade you will find the now derelict Winter Gardens, built in glass and steel, many are praying that this icon will receive the 6 million or so required to remodel it.

Historic past of Great Yarmouth: There was undoubtedly settlement in the Great Yarmouth district as early as the Roman period, with the Gariannonum fort camp erected by the Romans at the mouth of the Yare. There was clearly a proper village there by the time of the 1086 Domesday Book. The settlement in all probability developed due to the good fishing there and a appreciable amount of fishermen were certainly among those referred to in the Domesday Book, the total population back then was about four hundred, all at that time belonging to the manor of Gorleston.

King John it was who 1st awarded Yarmouth a charter to have a market (also called the right of toll) in 1208, the charter furthermore stated that the town should be "a free borough forever". Fifty three years after this the town was given leave to erect town walls by King Henry the Third, it was moreover entitled to build its very own prison, much of both the prison and the walls remain even today. Yarmouth grew as a fishing port and harbour during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, though plenty of conflict occured between the men of the Cinque Ports and those of Yarmouth, with numerous boats destroyed during these conflicts. In the late 1340s the Black Death broke out in Yarmouth, and hit it in a more significant way than it did practically any other town or city in Great Britain, with over 70% of the residents dying.

In between the wall and the river the buildings tended to be jumbled into over 140 constricted alleys termed 'Rows', some just 1 yard in width, a number remain in existence nowadays. Another survivor from those medieval times is the superb 13th century Tolhouse, one of England's earliest municipal buildings, underground there are forbidding dungeons. Through the medieval period and thereafter, the town prospered from the herring fishing trade. Yarmouth's Free Herring Fair, that was celebrated every autumn, was one of the biggest of the trade fairs in those ancient days.

The heyday of the herring industry occurred just before World War One at which time over one thousand one hundred herring fishing boats worked out of Great Yarmouth. A team of women (called "fish girls") mostly from Scotland alighted in Great Yarmouth each autumn in order to process the endless volumes of fish, said to have averaged over five hundred million fish during the glory years.

The town can be accessed by way of the A12 and the A47, it is about thirty four kilometers east of Norwich, sixteen kilometres north of Lowestoft and 136 miles to the north-east of Central London. Yarmouth can be gotten to by train from Liverpool Street, London and the closest international airport is Norwich International a distance of 23 miles.

A selection of Great Yarmouth streets and roads: Roslyn Road, Sandringham Avenue, Regent Street, Orford Close, Russell Road, Kitchener Road, Prince's Road, Trafalgar Road West, Howard Street South, Albemarle Road, Brewery Street, Suffield Road, Archer's Road, Caystreward, Greyfriars Way, Cunningham Avenue, Frederick Road, Downing Court, Lawn Avenue, Mission Place, Pavilion Road, Grenville Place, Jury Street, Bells Road, Regent Boulevard, Drake Avenue, Acle New Road, The Crans, Danby Road, Drudge Road, Chaucer Road, Harley Road, Palmer Road, Nursery Terrace, Regent Road, Manby Road, Trafalgar Square, Howe Road, Pier Plain, Bermondsey Place South, Rampart Road, Addison Road, Stephenson Close, Riverside Road, Blackwall Reach, Albion Road, King Street, Clarke's Road, Lower Cliff Road, Nettle Hill East, Middleton Gardens.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Great Yarmouth: Tolhouse Great Yarmouth, Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden, MB's Funhouse, Royal Naval Patrol Service Museum, Corton Beach, Bewilderwood, Lowestoft South Beach, East Anglia Transport Museum, Ellough Park Raceway, Ferini Art Gallery, Richardsons Family Entertainment Centre, Canoe the Broads, Hemsby Mega Maze, Stonehenge Mini Golf, Berney Arms Windmill, Woodland Park Equestrian Centre, Raveningham Gardens, Yarmouth Hippodrome, Lowestoft Museum, Berney Marshes, Pleasure Beach Great Yarmouth, Pakefield Riding School, Barton House Railway, Marina Leisure Centre, Scratby Beach, Elizabethan House Museum, Nelson Museum, Great Yarmouth North Beach, Adventure Island Play Park, Pets Corner, Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens.

For your stay in the East of England and Great Yarmouth one may arrange hotels and bed and breakfast at the most inexpensive rates by utilizing the hotels quote form offered at the right hand side of the web page. Locate barns, lodges, cottages and apartments below.

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If you valued this guide and tourist info to the holiday resort of Great Yarmouth in Norfolk, then you may very well find a number of of our additional village and town websites useful, possibly our website on Thetford (Breckland), or maybe even the guide to Kings Lynn (East Anglia). To check out one or more of these sites, then click on the appropriate town name. We hope to see you back on the web site some time in the near future. A few other areas to check out in East Anglia include Wymondham, Swaffham and Hunstanton (Norfolk).