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The First World War had not long ended, jobs were in short supply and men needed work. The country embarked on a programme of building parks and other attractions, cheering up the country in difficult times and providing paid employment for hundreds of thousands of people. Gt Yarmouth was no exception to this, and in the 1920s work began on public pleasure gardens, a bowling green, yachting ponds ...

It’s been so hot here in Norfolk – not that I’m complaining! Ideal weather for al fresco dining, so here are some of our favourite suggestions for eating out by the water. All of these are on the Norfolk Broads and within easy driving distance of Winterton-on-Sea. Both the Boat House at Ormesby and it’s sister restaurant Waterside at Rollesby are on our favourites list. The latter does lunches and...