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Location of Great Yarmouth: East Norfolk, Eastern England, Eastern England, United Kingdom.

Great Yarmouth Post Code: NR30-31

Great Yarmouth Dialling Code: 01493

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

Ordnance Survey Map Reference for Great Yarmouth: TG5207

The ever popular English seaside resort of Great Yarmouth sits where the River Yare enters the sea (hence the name), it has a population of around 70,000 people, and separates the Norfolk Broads and the coast. A fishing port for centuries and lately it has helped support the many offshore oil rigs that are based off this shoreline. Yarmouth has been desirable as a coastal hotspot since back in the 1760s when saltwater baths were erected near the beach.

The town has achieved a peaceful relationship between its open seafront, which stretches for nearly four miles, and its busy commercial harbour, which extends alongside the River Yare for more than three kilometers, pretty much parallel to the shore. The River Yare passes through the flat low-lying ground to the east of Norwich, and stretches out into the the huge Breydon Water, then turning sharply in a southerly direction, resulting in a peninsula upon which Great Yarmouth sits.

North West Tower and Bure Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 803908The old town and dock grew on the eastern bank of the Yare, it later extended along the west bank into a district which is bafflingly referred to as Southtown. Going back to the seashore, the town has 2 piers, Britannia Pier and Wellington Pier, the Britannia Pier is home to the famous Britannia Theatre and also a fairground, bowling alley, amusement arcades and pubs. On Marine Parade you will find the now derelict Winter Gardens, built in glass and steel, locals are praying that this building will get the six million or so necessary to restore it.

Great Yarmouth's History: There was most certainly human settlement in the Great Yarmouth district as long ago as Roman times, with the Gariannonum camp built by the Romans at the mouth of the Yare. There was clearly an established village in Yarmouth at the time the 1086 Domesday Book was compiled. The village in all likelihood grew due to the first rate fishing there and a large number of fishermen were amongst those listed in the Domesday Book, the total population at this time was approximately four hundred, all in the Gorleston manor.

King John it was who 1st awarded Yarmouth the charter to hold a weekly market (often called the right of toll) in 1208, this charter besides that said that it should be "a free borough forever". Fifty three years after this Yarmouth was given consent to construct town walls by Henry 3rd, it was in addition allowed to build a prison, much of both the prison and the wall still survive at present. Yarmouth grew as a port and fishing town through the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, though a certain amount of combat took place involving the sailors of Yarmouth and those of the Cinque Ports, with a significant quantity of ships destroyed in the process. In thirteen forty eight the Black Death reached the town, and hit it in a nastier way than nearly any other town the country, with about three quarters of its people exterminated.

Between the town wall and the river the structures had been crowded along more than one hundred and forty narrow passages referred to as 'Rows', some a slender three feet in width, several of these lanes survive nowadays. Yet another relic from those long past years is the stunning 13th century Tolhouse, alleged to be one of the nation's earliest public buildings, below ground level it boasts dark dungeons. Throughout the Dark Ages and thereafter, the town grew rich through the fishing industry. The Free Herring Fair, that took place each autumn, was one of the best of the trade fairs in medieval times.

The halcyon days for the herring industry was just before WW1 at which time above eleven hundred herring fishing boats worked out of the harbour. A group of girls (named "fish girls") many from Scotland headed to Great Yarmouth each autumn time in order to process the enormous quantities of herrings, thought to have averaged over five hundred million fish during the best years.

Great Yarmouth can be reached by means of A47 and the A12, it is about 34 kilometres east of Norwich, sixteen kilometres to the north of Lowestoft and 136 miles north-east of Central London. Yarmouth can be gotten to by train from London, Liverpool St and the closest international airport is Norwich International a driving distance of 23 miles.

A selection of Great Yarmouth streets and roads: Belvidere Road, Hammond Road, Bure Road, Yaxley Road, Fredrick Road, Hamilton Road, Bermondsey Place East, The Eagles, Townshend Close, Trafalgar Road West, Ormond Road, Churchill Road, Walpole Road, Cunningham Avenue, Market Gates, High Street, Clarkes Road, Southampton Place, Milton Road, Malthouse Lane, Estcourt Road, Town Wall Road, Cobb's Place, Lawn Avenue, Trafalgar Road East, North Drive, Theatre Plain, Madden Avenue, Byron Road, Colomb Road, Orford Close, Bath Hill, River Walk, Victoria Street, Middleton Gardens, Sandown Road, Runham Road, Keyes Avenue, Swirle's Place, Hawkins Avenue, Priory Plain, Jellicoe Road, St Nicholas Road, Nettle Hill West, Temple Road, Maud Terrace, Bowling Green Walk, Middleton Road, Drake Avenue, Brewery Street, Paddys Loke.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Great Yarmouth: Ferini Art Gallery, Playbarn, Pets Corner, Adventure Island Play Park, Merrivale Model Village, Yesterdays World, RetroSkate, Hemsby Mega Maze, Scratby Beach, Nelson Museum, Waterlane Leisure Centre, Lost World Adventure Golf, Great Yarmouth Row Houses, Richardsons Family Entertainment Centre, Caister Roman Site, Africa Alive, MB's Funhouse, Lowestoft Maritime Museum, Burgh Castle, Museum of the Broads, Jump for Joy, Yarmouth Hippodrome, Martham Broad, Whitlingham Outdoor Education Centre, St Olaves Priory, Moo Play Farm, East Anglia Transport Museum, Wroxham Miniature Worlds, Great Yarmouth South Beach, North Cove, Herringfleet Windmill.

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In the event that you really enjoyed this tourist information and guide to the East Anglia resort of Great Yarmouth, then you may find certain of our different town and village guides worth investigating, possibly our website on Thetford (Norfolk), or perhaps even our website on King's Lynn. To see these web sites, you can just click the appropriate town or resort name. We hope to see you back some time in the near future. Similar areas to visit in Norfolk include Swaffham, Dereham and Hunstanton (East Anglia).