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

Postcode for Great Yarmouth: NR30-31

Great Yarmouth Dialling Code: 01493

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

Great Yarmouth Ordnance Survey Map Reference: TG5207

The favourite UK sea side resort of Great Yarmouth lies at the mouth of the River Yare (clearly from where it got its name), it has a population of approximately 70,234 residents, and acts as a gateway between the Broads and the coast. A fishing port for centuries and just lately it has served the a large number of offshore rigs that exist off this seacoast. It has been desirable as a coastal vacation resort since seventeen fifty nine when sea water baths became available at the seafront.

The town has achieved a peaceful coexistence between its huge seafront, which runs for about 6 kilometres, and its lively commercial harbour, which runs along the banks of the River Yare over 3 kilometers, just about parallel to the coast. The River Yare runs over the flat low-lying fields to the east of Norwich, and after that widens out into the expanse of Breydon Water, then turning rapidly southwards, shaping the peninsula upon which Great Yarmouth sits.

North West Tower and Bure Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 803908The original settlement and port developed on the east bank of the Yare, it subsequently extended down the western banks into a district somewhat puzzlingly called Southtown. On the the shoreline, Great Yarmouth boasts two piers, Wellington Pier and Britannia Pier, the Britannia Pier features the celebrated Britannia Theatre together with a fair, amusement arcades, bars and bowling alley. Upon Marine Parade is the now run down Winter Gardens, built of steel and glass, many are hoping that this structure will receive the 6 million or so required to repair it.

Great Yarmouth's History: There was undoubtedly human settlement in the Great Yarmouth area way back in Roman times, with the Gariannonum fortress built by the Romans at the mouth of the Yare. Clearly there was a well established settlement there at the time the Domesday Book was compiled. The community probably evolved due to the superb fishing there and a significant number of fishermen were certainly amongst those reported in the Domesday Book, the population at this time was about four hundred, all in the manor of Gorleston.

King John it was who 1st granted Yarmouth a charter to have a weekly market (sometimes called the right of toll) in 1208, the charter in addition declared that the town should be "a free borough forever". Half a century after this Yarmouth was allowed to build town walls by King Henry the Third, it was also authorised to build its own gaol or prison, sections of both the prison and the wall still endure at present. Yarmouth grew as a harbour and fishing port through the 13th and 14th centuries, while some conflict took place amongst the ships of Yarmouth and those of the Cinque Ports, with a number of ships lost in the conflict. In the 1340s the Black Death struck the town, and struck it in a more serious way than pretty much any other community in Great Britain, with close to 70% of the people perishing.

Between the walls and the river the buildings were jumbled together along more than 100 constricted lanes often known as 'Rows', a few a slender 3 feet across, a certain amount of survive nowadays. Another leftover from those historical periods is the amazing 13th century Tolhouse, considered to be one of the nation's most ancient public buildings, underground there are forbidding dungeons. Over the Dark Ages and thereafter, the area grew in affluence primarily from the herring fishing trade. Yarmouth's Free Herring Fair, which was held every autumn, was unquestionably one of the greatest of the trade fairs in those far off times.

The heyday of the herring industry was prior to World War One when over 1,100 herring fishing boats worked out of the town. A band of girls (known as "fish girls") lots from Scotland arrived in the town each autumn time to help process the massive volumes of herring, thought to have averaged more than 500 million fish over the best years.

Yarmouth can be accessed by means of A47 or the A12, it is around twenty one miles east of Norwich, 10 miles north of Lowestoft and one hundred and thirty six miles to the north-east of London. Yarmouth can be got to by rail from Liverpool Street, London and the most handy international airport is Norwich International a drive of twenty three miles.

A selection of Great Yarmouth streets and roads: Yarmouth Way, Osborne Avenue, Quay Road, Avenue Road, Bull's Lane, Victoria Street, Arundel Road, High Street, Acle New Road, Danby Road, The Lea, St George's Road, Rampart Road, Garfield Road, Albion Road, Lower Cliff Road, St Peter's Road, Kitchener Road, Herries Close, Trafalgar Road West, Fishers Opening, Limmer Road, Saxon Road, Blake Road, Royal Albert Court, Stephenson Close, Regent Road, East Road, Somerset Place, Wellesley Road, Walpole Road, Maygrove Road, Hall Plain, Coronation Terrace, Pier Walk, Alexandra Road, Palmer Road, The Conge, Euston Road, Town Wall Road, Churchill Road, Tar Works Road, Britannia Road, Laughing Image Corner, Roslyn Road, Fishers' Quay, Dock Tavern Lane, Pier Plain, Tolhouse Street, Duke Road, Garrison Road.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Great Yarmouth: Africa Alive, Jump for Joy, MB's Funhouse, Museum of the Broads, Elizabethan House Museum, Bewilderwood, Herringfleet Windmill, Whitlingham Outdoor Education Centre, Wroxham Miniature Worlds, Berney Arms Windmill, Wroxham Barns, Waterlane Leisure Centre, Nelson Monument Great Yarmouth, Tolhouse Great Yarmouth, Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden, Phoenix Pool, Scratby Beach, Time and Tide, Sea Life Great Yarmouth, Pleasurewood Hills Family Theme Park, Nelson Museum, Adventure Island Play Park, Caister Castle, Lowestoft South Beach, The How Hill Trust, Great Yarmouth Racecourse, Richardsons Family Entertainment Centre, Joyland, Stonehenge Mini Golf, Ellough Park Raceway, North Cove.

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If it turns out you really enjoyed this info and guide to the Norfolk resort of Great Yarmouth, you very well may find quite a few of our alternative village and town websites handy, such as our website about Thetford (Breckland), or possibly the guide to Kings Lynn (East Anglia). To see any of these web sites, simply click the applicable village or town name. Maybe we will see you again some time soon. Several other towns and villages to check out in East Anglia include Swaffham, Aylsham and Hunstanton (East Anglia).