Yarmouth Pier

Posted by Admin on Tuesday, 8th May 2018, 19:30

Thanks to a £778,400 Heritage Lottery Fund grant, the iconic Grade II Listed Yarmouth Pier is now being restored, scheduled to re-open in July 2018.

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Yarmouth Pier has a fascinating heritage and the Friends of Northwood Cemetery is delighted to host a talk about it by Dr Ruth Waller on Tuesday 8th May 2018 at 7.30pm.

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Yarmouth Pier is the longest wooden pier in England and has been open since 1876 – but if we Pier into the Past there are tales about it going back beyond its opening to Mesolithic Mariners, Roman Traders and Medieval Merchants.

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This illustrated talk will take place in the Heritage Resource Centre (West Chapel) – also restored by a Heritage Lottery Fund grant.

There will be refreshments and a retiring collection.

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The evening is open to everyone – particularly to those who have not yet visited and seen what the restored  Northwood Cemetery has to offer.

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See the Friends of Northwood Cemetery website

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