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Nostalgia

Nobody could have wished for a better evening for a cruise, with warm summer sunshine, a cloudless blue sky and millpond sea.

There have been neither sleepless nights nor bitten fingernails, but occasionally the topic has come to mind, only to remain a nagging conundrum.

With the riverside in Great Yarmouth set for a revamp as a restaurant quarter, we look back at when the area was known historically as the town’s banking hub.

Today, a ghost hunt - not an eerie “things that go bump in the night” experience but simply long-outdated signs still prominent hereabouts.

Not for the first time, my get-out clause has been proved not only true but also necessary: nostalgia is an inexact science!

Great Yarmouth Sport

Friday, March 15, 2019
Ford

Great Yarmouth Town’s battle against the drop suffered a big setback when they let a half-time lead slip in the closing stages against the league’s bottom side.

After three excellent away performances there was disappointment for Greens fans on Saturday as the team returned to Emerald Park.

Ross Gilfedder

The Anglian Combination clash between the reserve sides of Aylsham and Acle United was abandoned after the visitors had five players sent off.

The NR F1 Podcast – taking Norfolk’s Formula 1 legacy and turning it into chatter – previews the 2019 season and Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne.

F1

Gorleston picked up their second away win on the bounce despite playing with only 10 men for an hour.

Connor Ingram

Great Yarmouth Events

Treat your mum to a carvery with all the trimmings this Mother’s Day without breaking the bank.

From the news strippers which were needed in Watton, to the headline which told the world about the parrot that “meows like a cat”, headlines from the Eastern Daily Press and its sister titles can reveal the more quirky aspects of Norfolk life.

Make sure to Give A Little Love when singer Daniel O’Donnell MBE makes his debut at Potters Resort later this year.

Ahead of Whole Lotta Led’s return to Norwich on Thursday, ADAM AIKEN caught up with Norfolk-born lead singer Lee Pryor.

Norwich

They’re a friendly face behind the counter, and a reliable source of advice when looking for that perfect Sunday roast.

Norfolk Sport

After three excellent away performances there was disappointment for Greens fans on Saturday as the team returned to Emerald Park.

Ross Gilfedder

The Anglian Combination clash between the reserve sides of Aylsham and Acle United was abandoned after the visitors had five players sent off.

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