- Burgh Castle
- Cobholm Island
- North Denes
- Runham Vauxhall
- South Denes
- West Caister
- West End
Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, is on the River Yare on the east coast. It has been a seaside resort for 250 years. Its major industry used to be fishing but this has now virtually gone. Instead the discovery of North Sea oil led to an industry servicing offshore natural gas rigs. Great Yarmouth is a holiday resort with a five-mile promenade and all the fun of the fair. The parish church (restored after war damage) is the largest in England. St George's Theatre and the Fishermen's Hospital date from about 1600; and Nathaniel Carter's House on the south Quay is now a museum. There is so little left of the old town that the Yarmouth scenes in the 1969 film version of David Copperfield had to be shot in Southwold to achieve an authentic atmosphere.
Caister-on-Sea is just 2 miles north and is well worth a visit. It is a holiday resort with an extensive sandy shore and the remains of the 15th century moated castle of Sir John Fastolf, who appears in Shakespeare's Henry VI
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