Suzuki VZR 1800 Reading the Arcades / Reading the Promenades

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“Out of nothing in the middle of a Schizocartography of Hunstanton

Part 2 – the Promenade

By Tina Richardson

1 of this blog highlighted the and findings resulting from Hunstanton promenade. This responds to the urban décor I came across upon the promenade from the north end via The I have used this as a means of both reading and the urban space.

The Green in is edged on the North East by The Lion Hotel and the Town

The above image shows the on the left and next to it the Town which now appears to be the Tourist Centre, at least at the front (I remember playing in a piano in the hall at the back as a child). The on the Green, which no longer to be a cross, is meant to be the remains of an village cross. According to Ken in Hunstanton: The Story of a Small Seaside Resort . it was repositioned on The at the time The Golden Lion was (1846).

Despite these noteworthy built in the famous Carr my attention was drawn to the bikers frequent The Green on sunny

Hunstanton, as many with resorts, is known for its visits bikers. From what I can they are welcomed by most and are not considered by the locals to be a problem. In my elderly parents used to down to The Green especially to at the bikes.

Motorcycle Rallys are held in Hunstanton. This of appropriation of space is quite and I will endeavour to follow it up in a blog. These two chaps not kindly let me take their but also let me chat to them.

They were mates and from Peterborough. They had coming to Hunstanton since the One was a trucker and the other a psychiatric

The trucker said he had brought his 18 old daughter to Hunstanton on the back of his before. They ride a Blackbird 1100 and Suzuki VZR The bikes were quite and motorbikes generally are clearly a passion to the owners, as can be demonstrated in youtube film which is 1 35 seconds of someone simply their bike through the of a camcorder and sharing it with the

Esplanade Gardens

The Esplanade follow on from The Green. I’m not exactly when they completed but, according to Rhodes, sometime after There is a memorial to the flood of 1953 in the gardens.

It says: “This tablet the names of those residents of Beach who lost their in the great flood and tempest. 31 Jan I took a photo of the tablet, but the one at the link below is much (please scroll down for

Having grown up in King’s (the largest nearby in the 1960s I remember my parents about the flood which hit the and coastal area badly. In in North Lynn you can still see the of the floodwater on the buildings: often as high as the first floors of the houses.

Needless to say, the prom, the gardens has a large on owner/dog behaviour. Although I see many dogs around area.

I did find this document on fouling in Hunstanton. to Councillor Brian Long: fouling is at best unsightly and At worst it can actually cause and blindness.

Under this new order we be much more able to enforcement action against dog owners. The majority of dog owners are and dutifully clean up after dog has fouled, but it is the small minority make it unpleasant for everyone

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Images of the Gardens

Other I would like to include are:

Anglia in Bloom: seems to have had a good run on ‘Anglia in Bloom’ recently:

The Fountain: I’m assuming this is Victorian (it has an arts-and-crafts-movement feel it) but I don’t seem to have any information on it. No water was spurting it on the day of my visit.

Plants in Boat Sculpture: One of the things you see when entering the is this interesting sculpture/plant Initially I thought it was a bit ‘cheesy’, but the I look at it the more I like it. In the you can see the bowling green and some of the Hunstanton architecture.

I ended part of my promenade walk I arrived at the Salad Bowl just on from the Esplanade where I had lunch. Outside the were three memorial two had signs on them:

I shall this blog with a from Arnott’s text. this appeared in an old guide of the (or ‘village’ as it was at that time): “A of mellow walls, chequered warm colours and red valerian and There, lovers of antiquity linger, held by a medieval


Arnott, Ken. 2000. The Story of a Small Norfolk Resort (King’s Lynn: Council of King’s Lynn and Norfolk).

Rhodes, Mary. Unknown. The Hunstanton Story: The Fifty Years 1861-1911 Private Publication).

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