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

Great Yarmouth Postcode: NR30-31

Great Yarmouth Dialling Code: 01493

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

Ordnance Survey Map Reference for Great Yarmouth: TG5207

The favourite Norfolk vacation resort of Great Yarmouth is positioned where the River Yare enters the sea (clearly from where it got its name), it has a population of around seventy thousand residents, it separates the Norfolk Broads and the North Sea. A fishing port for centuries and over the last few decades it has served the numerous offshore rigs that exist off this coastline. Yarmouth has been popular as a seaside holiday resort since the late 18th century when salt water baths were erected beside the seafront.

GreatYarmouth has accomplished a peaceful liaison between its seafront, that runs for nearly 6 km, and its bustling commercial port, which runs along the bank of the River Yare over 3km, essentially along the same line as the seashore. The River Yare meanders over the low-lying terrain east of Norwich, and then swells out into the massive Breydon Water, after which it moves quickly southwards, making the peninsula upon which Great Yarmouth lies.

North West Tower and Bure Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 803908The original town and port grew along the east banks of the river, it consequently extended over the west banks into a district which is bafflingly known as Southtown. Going back to the seashore, the town has two piers, Wellington Pier and Britannia Pier, the Britannia Pier hosts the renowned Britannia Theatre along with a fairground, amusement arcades, bowling and pubs. Upon Marine Parade you may spot the now unused Winter Gardens, built of steel and glass, many are praying that this structure will get the 6 million or so that will be required remodel it.

The History of Great Yarmouth Norfolk: There was without doubt human activity in the Great Yarmouth area as far back as Roman times, with the Gariannonum fortress built by the Romans at the mouth of the Yare. There was clearly a well established settlement there by the time of the Domesday Book of 1086. The village in all probability developed due to the fine fishing here and a significant number of fishermen were certainly amongst those listed in the Domesday Book, number of inhabitants at that time was close to 400, all at that time belonging to the manor of Gorleston.

It was King John who first awarded Yarmouth the charter to have a weekly market (otherwise known as the right of toll) in 1208, this charter at the same time proclaimed that Yarmouth must be "a free borough forever". About 50 years later Yarmouth was given leave to construct a town wall by King Henry the Third, it was additionally able to construct its very own gaol, a good deal of both the prison and the wall still exist today. Yarmouth grew as a fishing port and harbour during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, whilst a certain amount of conflict occured between the fishermen of Yarmouth and those of the Cinque Ports, with many boats being sunk in the process. In the late 1340s the Black Death reached Yarmouth, and struck it in a more severe way than pretty much any town or city the country, with approximately three quarters of its people dead as a result.

Between the river and the wall the structures were actually packed together along over 140 narrow lanes typically called 'Rows', several not even three feet across, a few of these still exist to this day. One other survivor from those early times is the attractive 13th C Tolhouse, one of the country's earliest public structures, underground it has menacing dungeons. During the Middle Ages and afterward, Yarmouth (Great Yarmouth) prospered from the herring trade. The Free Herring Fair, that was celebrated every autumn, was one of the greatest of the trade fairs in medieval times.

The best days for the herring trade occured right before The First World War at which time more than eleven hundred herring fishing boats worked out of the harbour. A crowd of women (known as "fish girls") many from Scotland headed to Great Yarmouth in autumn in order to process the huge volumes of herrings, thought to have averaged more than five hundred million fish over the glory years.

Great Yarmouth can be arrived at by means of A47 and the A12, it is around 34 kilometers east of Norwich, ten miles to the north of Lowestoft and 219 kilometres north-east of Central London. Yarmouth could also be reached by railway from London, Liverpool Street and the nearest airport terminal is at Norwich a distance of thirty seven kilometers.

A selection of Great Yarmouth streets and roads: Baker Street, Rodney Road, Byron Road, Stradbroke Road, Jury Street, Factory Road, Howard Street North, Balmoral Avenue, Standard Road, Bell's Marsh Road, Beatty Road, York Road, Conway Road, Bath Hill Terrace, Tottenham Street, Palmer Road, Silkmill Road, Windsor Avenue, Union Road, Johnson Court, Fremantle Road, Fitzalan Close, Prince's Road, The Street, Osborne Avenue, Beaconsfield Road, Crosstead, Rampart Road, Wherry Way, Runham Road, Frederick Road, Fishers' Quay, Artillery Square, Apollo Walk, Middleton Gardens, Pavilion Road, Paget Road, Downing Road, Churchill Road, Euston Road, Highfield Road, Audley Street, Beccles Road, Walpole Road, Clarke's Road, Bure Road, The Ropewalk, Middle Market Road, West Road, St Andrew's Close, Sandringham Avenue.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Great Yarmouth: Yarmouth Hippodrome, Woodland Park Equestrian Centre, Playbarn, Stonehenge Mini Golf, Castaway Island, Wroxham Barns, Crazy Club at Regent Superbowl, Sea Life Great Yarmouth, Pleasurewood Hills Family Theme Park, Ferini Art Gallery, Guided Great Yarmouth Historical Walks, Redwings Centre, Africa Alive, Lowestoft Museum, Wroxham Miniature Worlds, St Olaves Priory, Ellough Park Raceway, Pirates Cove Golf, Museum of the Broads, Merrivale Model Village, Pakefield Riding School, Great Yarmouth South Beach, Caister Point, Bewilderwood, North Cove, Jump for Joy, Lowestoft South Beach, Herringfleet Windmill, Amazonia World of Reptiles, Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens, Barton House Railway.

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The above factfile will be useful for neighboring parishes and villages ie : West Caister, Fritton, Scratby, Caister-on-Sea, Reedham, Hopton, Newport, Hemsby, Ormesby St Michael, Southtown, Rollesby, Gorleston-on-Sea, Halvergate, Belton, Filby, California, Somerleyton, Runham, Corton, St Olaves, Blundeston, Burgh Castle, West End, Mautby, Fleggburgh, South Burlingham, Lingwood, Browston Green, Ormesby St Margaret, Bradwell, Cantley, Freethorpe, Acle, Fishley, Oulton Broad, Thurlton. AREA MAP - WEATHER OUTLOOK

Provided that you enjoyed this guide and tourist info to the holiday resort of Great Yarmouth, then you could likely find several of our other town and village websites handy, possibly our website about Thetford (Breckland), or perhaps also the website on Kings Lynn (Norfolk). To inspect these websites, you can just click on the relevant town or resort name. Maybe we will see you back on the site some time. Similar towns and villages to see in Norfolk include Swaffham, Aylsham and Hunstanton (East Anglia).