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

Great Yarmouth Post Code: NR30-31

Dialling Code for Great Yarmouth: 01493

Great Yarmouth Population: 70,234 (Census 2011)

Great Yarmouth Ordnance Survey Map Reference: TG5207

The busy English holiday resort of Great Yarmouth lies at the mouth of the River Yare (clearly from where it got its name), it has a populace of about seventy thousand people, and stands between the Norfolk Broads and the coast. A fishing port for hundreds of years and over the last few decades it has served the a large number of offshore rigs that can be found in the area. Yarmouth has been a well-liked coastal hotspot ever since the late 1750s when sea water baths opened up next to the beach.

GreatYarmouth has attained a comfortable coexistence between its spacious seafront, which runs for nearly six kilometres, and its bustling commercial harbour, which runs alongside the River Yare over 3 km, more or less parallel to the seashore. The River Yare meanders over the low-lying land east of Norwich, then broadens out into the the sizeable Breydon Water, and then turns quickly southwards, producing a peninsula upon which Great Yarmouth lies.

North West Tower and Bure Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 803908The original settlement and harbour grew up on the eastern bank of the river, it then expanded across the west bank into an area which is confusingly named Southtown. On the the shoreline, Great Yarmouth boasts two piers, Britannia Pier and Wellington Pier, the Britannia Pier is home to the celebrated Britannia Theatre together with a fairground, pubs, amusement arcades and bowling. On Marine Parade is the now unused Winter Gardens, built in glass and steel, many are hoping that this building will get the 6 million or so required to restore it.

The Story of Great Yarmouth: There was unquestionably human settlement in the Great Yarmouth region as far back as the Roman era, with the Gariannonum camp erected by the Romans close to the location where the River Yare flows into the sea. Clearly there was a well established community there by the time of the 1086 Domesday Book. The village in all likelihood evolved as a consequence of the exceptional fishing there and a sizeable number of fishermen were certainly amongst those listed in the Domesday Book, number of inhabitants back then was approximately 400, all in the Gorleston manor.

It was King John who first issued Yarmouth a charter to have a market (often called the right of toll) in 1208, the charter in addition declared that it must be "a free borough forever". Half a century after this Yarmouth was given authorization to build a town wall by Henry 3rd, it was likewise allowed to have its own gaol, a fair amount of both the walls and the gaol still remain today. Yarmouth grew as a shipbuilding centre and fishing port over the 13th and 14th centuries, however plenty of fighting occured involving the sailors of Yarmouth and those of the Cinque Ports, with a significant number of ships lost in the process. In 1348 the Black Death arrived in Yarmouth, and struck it in a more severe way than almost any other settlement in Great Britain, with roughly 70% of its population perishing.

Between the river and the town wall the structures tended to be squashed along more than 100 narrow passageways generally known as 'Rows', a few less than 1 yard in width, a number of these survive today. A further survivor from those historic years is the fantastic 13th century Tolhouse, among the country's oldest public structures, underground it boasts dark dungeons. Over the medieval period and after, Yarmouth grew in prosperity from the herring industry. The Free Herring Fair, that took place in the autumn, was without doubt one of the best of the trade fairs in those far off times.

The peak period of the herring trade occurred prior to The First World War at which time more than eleven hundred herring fishing boats worked out of the town. A mass of women (called "fish girls") mostly from Scotland alighted in the port in autumn working to process the endless volumes of herrings, said to have averaged in excess of five hundred million fish during the prime years.

Yarmouth can be reached by means of A12 and the A47, it is about twenty one miles to the east of Norwich, sixteen kilometres north of Lowestoft and 136 miles north-east of Central London. Yarmouth may also be accessed by railway from London, Liverpool Street and the handiest international airport is Norwich International a driving distance of twenty three miles.

A selection of Great Yarmouth streets and roads: St George's Road, Kent Square, John Road, Osborne Avenue, Sackville Close, Horsey's Lane, The Crans, Garrison Road, Downing Court, Lovewell Road, Manby Road, Jury Street, Acle New Road, Laughing Image Corner, Caystreward, Patterson Close, Dock Tavern Lane, Edinburgh Place, Fitzalan Close, Whitehorse Plain, Priory Gardens, The Conge, North River Road, Bull's Lane, Bridge Road, St Nicholas Road, Grosvenor Mews, Sandringham Avenue, East Road, Midland Close, St Peter's Road, Royal Albert Court, Avenue Road, Paddys Loke, The Eagles, St Paul's Way, Ferrier Road, Regent Road, Bure Close, Rodney Road, Russell Square, Harley Road, Ormond Road, Great Northern Close, Riverside Road, Greyfriars Way, Napoleon Place, Back Chapel Lane, Nelson Road, Quay Mill Walk, South Icehouse Hill.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Great Yarmouth: Crazy Club at Regent Superbowl, Oulton Marshes, Merrivale Model Village, Canoe the Broads, Lowestoft South Beach, Guided Great Yarmouth Historical Walks, Raveningham Gardens, Pakefield Riding School, East Anglia Transport Museum, Ashmanhaugh Light Railway, Stonehenge Mini Golf, Nelson Museum, Great Yarmouth South Beach, Africa Alive, Martham Broad, Sea Life Great Yarmouth, Moo Play Farm, Richardsons Family Entertainment Centre, Lowestoft North Beach, Pettitts Animal Adventure Park, St Olaves Priory, Elizabethan House Museum, Woodland Park Equestrian Centre, Museum of the Broads, Great Yarmouth Racecourse, The How Hill Trust, Caister Roman Site, Willow Farm Riding School, Regent Superbowl, Horsey Gap and River Trip, North Cove.

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In case you valued this tourist info and guide to Great Yarmouth, East Anglia, then you could potentially find a number of of our different town and resort websites handy, for instance the guide to Thetford, or perhaps our website on Kings Lynn. To see any of these websites, just click the relevant town name. We hope to see you back on the website some time soon. Other towns and cities to visit in East Anglia include Aylsham, Swaffham and Hunstanton (East Anglia).