Regent Road The urban area that makes up the town of Great Yarmouth has an area of 8.
We have their noise, nesting, mess and they are even a danger to us and our pets as they are becoming territorial. This is all because they are being fed. I know of people who do not visit Great Yarmouth because of the gulls.
An article on the dangers and pitfalls of feeding the gulls would make a great feature. Why is litter and a neater, cleaner town not your priority? I have to say that I am ashamed of the state of Great Yarmouth at the moment! What are you going to do about it? He spoke of his grandfather never speaking of his family.
To all the negative folk still residing in Great Yarmouth, although I do not know the Lindsay family I did some research for this person who just wanted to learn some facts about Great Yarmouth and his family. He has informed me he was born in Australia and will be visiting Yarmouth in early May to see where his descendants once lived.
To the person who informed him to look at Ancestry, a big thank you - not! Hopefully, I have found some descendants, so stand by your phones as you might be contacted and having a visit from a long-lost Australian relative just wanting to know and see some members of a long-lost family.
The land is there, hospital, consultants, doctors and medical equipment are a few minutes walk away. The patients will all be in one place instead of scattered throughout the hospital. It is on a bus route and counsellors are already in place in the Louise Hamilton Centre.
They should be welcoming with open arms someone with the foresight to be willing to give so much time wand effort to the plan for a bed hospice.
Peter Jay and his family have been bringing them to us for years. May they continue to do this. We will be dancing the night away to the Baker Boys Collective and we ask that everyone wears s outfits. Please, if you are the owner of a vehicle please give me a ring on so we can get you and your vehicle to Cliff Park.
They did though vote in the referendum to come out of the European Union.
Great Yarmouth – the qualifier distinguishing it from its southern neighbour, Little Yarmouth – is situated near where several rivers, among them the Yare, flow into what was once a very broad estuary (much larger than the present-day Breydon Water) opening out into the sea. The Town of Yarmouth epitomizes the best in Maine communities – with its Main Street Village, a beautiful parkway along the Royal River, a sheltered port in Yarmouth Harbor and a diversified commercial base along U.S. Route 1. HARWICH — Town Administrator Christopher Clark was named a finalist for the town administrator's position in Yarmouth on Tuesday. The final decision is not anticipated until after another round of interviews is conducted, which are scheduled to take place on Nov.
I was quite angry at this. I told them the person who becomes the councillor is our representative and will make decisions on our behalf. I now see their point. So are these ward councillors making decisions that reflect how they think, or how we think?
I have my polling card ready for the vote in May, but now I am not so sure I will use it, and I have voted for over 45 years. I would ask my name and address is withheld so I do not get bombarded with leaflets from all the candidates in my ward.
I have already made my decision, that is, if I bother to go to the polling station.
Name and Address withheld Better signage is needed at junction On my motorcycle approaching from Lawn Avenue, I use the Fullers Hill roundabout on a daily basis and consequently get cut up daily due to poor lane control by other road users. Surprised as I am it has reduced the queue from the northern approach but better signage is required.
Lane Seafront and North Quay. A picture on the approach showing the lanes would be preferable to white arrows painted on the road which queuing vehicles tend to cover whilst waiting to move onto the roundabout. To me it seems common sense but many drivers enter in the right lane and then exit in the left lane.
However, one of their main fundraisers, a grand raffle to be called on the day, June 23, is struggling to find a sponsor for their top prizes. The organising committee is looking for any businesses or local person who could put up one of the three top prizes.
It is becoming quite urgent now as we want to be able to thank them by featuring them on the promotional leaflets etc, but whilst lots of businesses have been generous in supplying vouchers, we have no top prizes?
The group is looking for anything from a cash prize to a holiday to electronic equipment to help encourage sales on their raffle tickets which will be going on sale from the beginning of June.
|Great Yarmouth | Revolvy||Regent Road The urban area that makes up the town of Great Yarmouth has an area of 8. It is the main town in the larger Borough of Great Yarmouth.|
If we have to take money out of ticket sales to fund the top prizes it will reduce the amount of money that can be raised to support the school.The Town of Yarmouth epitomizes the best in Maine communities – with its Main Street Village, a beautiful parkway along the Royal River, a sheltered port in Yarmouth Harbor and a diversified commercial base along U.S.
Great Yarmouth's Rail Connections: Great Yarmouth, and Gorleston are towns with their own character, remote in geography but yet not isolated although the railway links have been seriously degraded, for both passengers and freight. HARWICH — Town Administrator Christopher Clark was named a finalist for the town administrator's position in Yarmouth on Tuesday.
The final decision is not anticipated until after another round of interviews is conducted, which are scheduled to . Great Yarmouth Great Yarmouth is a highly individual place, not just in Norfolk but in England. Not only did it evolve one of the most remarkable town plans in medieval Europe, but its very site was an unusual gift of nature.
In Roman times a vast estuary stretched from Acle to the coast discharging freshwater from three major rivers into the sea. Visitors to Great Yarmouth will be treated to a smarter welcome following a major revamp of the town’s train station forecourt worth £, Road rage incident sees man try .
Yarmouth was the only coastal town of defensive importance between Bishop’s Lynn and Ipswich; both King and burgesses saw it as a frontier town—‘une reale frountier et forte ville de guerre’—and there was a genuine fear that depopulation, inevitably following after severe loss of trade, would endanger that vulnerable coast.