Contributing to this site

Adding your words and photos

By Jack Latimer

You can add your words and photos to this site instantly. Just register a username and password, and off you go! You'll be guided through the process by simple on-screen instructions and it only takes 10 minutes.

So what could you add?

  • an old photo of Great Yarmouth
  • a new photo recording some aspect of the town today
  • memories of life in the town
  • information about some aspect of the town

Look round this site to see what other people have added. Most people just add one photo or one paragraph of text. Other add whole photo galleries or sections of the site.

It's so easy!

  • You can sign in right now, create a rough draft or test page, and log in later to finish it.
  • When you're ready, you press a button to submit your words and photos to our editors for publishing

Terms and conditions

  • Text submitted to the site may be sub-edited for the sake of clarity or readability.
  • Images submitted to the site may be cropped or digitally enhanced (for example, to improve contrast).
  • Our Great Yarmouth is under no obligation to publish any text or photos submitted to the site.
  • Our Great Yarmouth may reject material on the grounds of copyright infringement, offensiveness or other legal considerations.
  • Our Great Yarmouth cannot accept contributions of a commercial, marketing or advertising nature. We will, however, accept editorial content from commercial organisations (for example, the memories of a shop-owner).

Any questions?

Do you need any help with the material you're thinking of adding? Do you need help with writing your story, or help with publishing it to the site?  Please email

This page was added by Jack Latimer on 11/12/2006.
Comments about this page

I have just been introduced to this site by my brother I am so looking forward to exploring it. I was born in Great Yarmouth in 1944 and lived there until 1967.  Many of the pages are bringing back such happy memories.

By Liz Sawyer
On 16/04/2012

Just to wish all who read the web site of Time & Tide and all the staff of the same a very happy New Year 2013. Keep the letters coming, thanks to all for past comments in 2012; what a great year.

On 09/01/2013

For some strange reason, every time I think of GY I get this vision of the Birdseye factory down by the river. In the late 50's & early 60's, the names of our caravans were Wendy followed by Jan Fay and May I think.

By David Rowland
On 22/01/2017

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