Great Yarmouth love

Definitions

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  • proper noun A coastal town in Norfolk, England

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Examples

  • One of the buildings awarded funding yesterday was St Margaret's Church at Hopton, near Great Yarmouth, which is in line for an £84,000 boost to pay for re-roofing work and drainage and gutter repairs.

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  • Centre in Suffolk Road, Great Yarmouth which is owned by Marsh.

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  • It is also calling for a reduction in disruption caused by weekend engineering works, as well as improvements to the appearance and parking capacity of stations such as Great Yarmouth and Diss.

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  • It is also calling for a reduction in disruption caused by weekend engineering works, as well as improvements to the appearance and parking capacity of stations such as Great Yarmouth and Diss.

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  • It is also calling for a reduction in disruption caused by weekend engineering works, as well as improvements to the appearance and parking capacity of stations such as Great Yarmouth and Diss.

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  • "The most recent one I could find was the Colonel H in Great Yarmouth which is named after Colonel 'H' Jones who was killed in the Falklands War," said Jack.

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  • "never to have youth unemployment as bad as it had been for areas such as Great Yarmouth in the past".

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  • It also has another new show, Barricade, on the road, which will be performing at the Out There Festival in Great Yarmouth in September.

    This week's new theatre

  • Another town identified as a key concern is Great Yarmouth on the Norfolk coast, which was flooded in 1953.

    Climate change 'will wreak havoc on Britain's coastline by 2050'

  • In March 1998, the town of Bracknell experienced a shower of dead frogs, while in August 2000 Great Yarmouth received a similar shower, this time of dead sprats.

    Weatherwatch: a shower of frogs

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