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Buzzy 12:53 Sat Jul 16
Taking the kids up near that way next week. Any good restaurants/pubs/places to visit much appreciated? Cheers

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cambsiron 2:31 Sat Jul 16
Re: Yarmouth
By the nature of it the kids will have a great time. Jeremy Kyle on sea would be a fair description of it though.

MikeHammer 2:08 Sat Jul 16
Re: Yarmouth
I agree with ip ... If of course you mean Great Yarmouth ? As for Yarmouth not been there for 40 years but suspect it has aged but possibly not as badly as Gt Y ,

iphammer 12:53 Sat Jul 16
Re: Yarmouth
I'd stay away from Gt Yarmouth its a complete shit hole now compared to what it use to be like.

Wells Next The Sea is nice and also Cromer

Buzzy 11:11 Sat Jul 16
Re: Yarmouth
Cheers jfk

Mart O 2:48 Sat Jul 16
Re: Yarmouth
Norfolk Broads ?

Inbred WHORES, more like.

jfk 2:46 Sat Jul 16
Re: Yarmouth
Oh and a massive sandy beach.

jfk 2:44 Sat Jul 16
Re: Yarmouth
The Hill House Pub - happisburgh

It's in my top 3 boozers in the uk.the locals and landlord are as good as they come.
Nothing pretentious unlike most that way,just a great pub.

strong dreams 2:29 Sat Jul 16
Re: Yarmouth
I used to work at Joyland back in the mid 70's. Great Yarmouth was a fantastic town back then. Sadly not so these days.

Britannia pier Joyland and the pleasure beach still worth a visit with the kids. As mentioned the broads might be a better option.

Northern Sold 2:14 Sat Jul 16
Re: Yarmouth
The Long Bar

King Marlon 2:08 Sat Jul 16
Re: Yarmouth
you can get boats out at potter heigham.

King Marlon 1:57 Sat Jul 16
Re: Yarmouth
norfolk broads mate, hire a boat, moor up have abit of lunch = happy.

Aalborg Hammer 1:42 Sat Jul 16
Re: Yarmouth
Is that the Isle of Wight one, Buzzy?Or Great Yarmouth?

mallard 1:01 Sat Jul 16
Re: Yarmouth
If you've got kids do the Pleasure Beach or if they're younger Joyland

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