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

Great Yarmouth Post Code: NR30-31

Great Yarmouth Dialling Code: 01493

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

Ordnance Survey Map Reference for Great Yarmouth: TG5207

The bustling British vacation resort of Great Yarmouth stands where the River Yare enters the sea (clearly from where it got its name), it has a populace of roughly 70,000 people, it lies between the Norfolk Broads and the coast. A fishing port for generations and over the last few decades it has served the a large number of offshore oil rigs that exist off this coastline. Great Yarmouth has been desirable as a seaside hotspot since the late 18th century when salt water baths opened up next to the beach.

The resort has achieved a good coexistence between its large seafront, which spreads for about 4 miles, and its lively commercial harbor, which stretches alongside the River Yare over 3 km, virtually parallel to the beachfront. The River Yare flows across the flat low-lying land to the east of the city of Norwich, then widens out into the massive Breydon Water, then turning sharply south, forming the peninsula upon which Great Yarmouth lies.

North West Tower and Bure Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 803908The old community and port evolved on the east banks of the river, it after that expanded down the west bank into a district which is bafflingly termed Southtown. Going back to the seashore, Great Yarmouth boasts 2 piers, Britannia Pier and Wellington Pier, the Britannia Pier houses the well known Britannia Theatre in addition to a fairground, tenpin bowling, amusements and taverns. Upon Marine Parade you will find the now run down Winter Gardens, built of steel and glass, residents are hoping that this icon will get the six million or so that will be needed remodel it.

The Story of Great Yarmouth: There was settlement in the Yarmouth district way back in Roman times, with the Gariannonum camp built by the Romans close to the spot that the River Yare flows into the North Sea. Clearly there was a proper community there by the time of the Domesday Book (1086). The village certainly evolved because of the terrific fishing here and a considerable amount of fishermen were certainly among those listed in the Domesday Book, the total population at that time was approximately four hundred, all at that time within the Gorleston manor.

King John it was who 1st granted Yarmouth the charter to hold a weekly market (also called the right of toll) in 1208, the charter in addition proclaimed that it would be "a free borough forever". About 53 years later the town was allowed to construct town walls by King Henry the 3rd, it was furthermore able to build its very own gaol, a fair amount of both the walls and the prison still endure at present. Yarmouth grew as a fishing port and harbour throughout the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, although much fighting took place amongst the ships of the Cinque Ports and those of Yarmouth, with many ships destroyed during these conflicts. In the 1340s the Black Death arrived in the town, and struck it in a nastier way than it did virtually any other town or city in Britain, with about 70% of its inhabitants wiped out.

In between the river and the wall the houses tended to be jumbled together along more than 140 narrow passages known as 'Rows', a few a mere one yard wide, a number of survive nowadays. A further legacy from those long past days is the excellent thirteenth century Tolhouse, certainly one of Britain's most ancient municipal buildings, underground it boasts scary dungeons. Through the Dark Ages and after, the port grew rich through the fishing industry. Yarmouth's Free Herring Fair, that took place in the autumn, was one of the biggest of the trade fairs in those far off times.

The halcyon days for the herring trade was to arrive just before World War 1 at which time in excess of a thousand herring boats worked out of the port. A band of girls (known as "fish girls") many from Scotland travelled to the port every autumn time in order to process the large volumes of herring, thought to have averaged more than five hundred million fish in the glory years. The herring were referred to as "silver darlings" by the residents of the town such was the admiration for the fish.

Yarmouth can be arrived at using the A47 and the A12, it is approximately twenty one miles to the east of Norwich, ten miles to the north of Lowestoft and two hundred and nineteen kilometers north-east of London. Yarmouth may also be accessed by train from Liverpool Street, London and the handiest airport terminal is Norwich International a driving distance of 37 kilometers.

A selection of Great Yarmouth streets and roads: Cross Road, Beatty Road, Drake Avenue, Archer's Road, Lowestoft Road, The Crans, Orford Close, Bure Close, Sussex Road, Alexandra Avenue, Blake Road, Sandringham Avenue, Johnson Court, Cradock Avenue, Factory Road, Ormond Road, Wellington Place, Fisher Avenue, Whitehorse Plain, Coronation Terrace, Seymour Avenue, Stephenson Close, Keppel Road, Standard Road, Oliver Mews, Middleton Gardens, Russell Square, Apollo Walk, Regent Road, Priory Row, School Road Back, England's Lane, Napoleon Place, Ferryboat Lane, Jema Close, East Road, Nelson Road, Tolhouse Street, Clarke's Road, Middle Market Road, Beach Road, Royal Albert Court, Jury Street, Bell's Marsh Road, Nursery Terrace, Bath Hill, Hamilton Road, Somerset Place, Theatre Plain, Marine Parade, Pavilion Road.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Great Yarmouth: St Olaves Priory, Great Yarmouth Marina Centre, The RAF Air Defence Radar Museum, Merrivale Model Village, Caister Roman Site, Oulton Marshes, Willow Farm Riding School, Pets Corner, Caister Point, Regent Superbowl, Hemsby Mega Maze, Martham Broad, Great Yarmouth South Beach, Elizabethan House Museum, Wroxham Miniature Worlds, Pirates Cove Golf, Somerleyton Hall, Stonehenge Mini Golf, Pettitts Animal Adventure Park, Royal Naval Patrol Service Museum, Museum of the Broads, Caister Castle, Jump for Joy, Raveningham Gardens, Great Yarmouth North Beach, Lost World Adventure Golf, Richardsons Family Entertainment Centre, Moo Play Farm, Africa Alive, Great Yarmouth Racecourse, Playbarn.

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In the event that you was pleased with this review and tourist information to the town of Great Yarmouth in Norfolk, then you could very well find certain of our other town and resort guides useful, possibly the website about Thetford (Norfolk), or alternatively the website about Kings Lynn. To see these websites, then click on the specific town or village name. We hope to see you again soon. Alternative locations to check out in Norfolk include Wymondham, Norwich and Hunstanton (Norfolk).