Yarmouth is a port in the western part of the Isle of Wight, off the southern coast of England. The town is named for its location at the mouth of the small Western Yar river (there is also an Eastern Yar on the island). Yarmouth is a crossing point for the river, originally with a ferry, replaced with a road bridge in 1863.
Offers summer sailing and winter activity programme for members, hosts a number of regattas, championships and nationals, and bar and catering facilities. Includes club information with opening times, membership and rules, events calendars, results, and image gallery.
Includes news, diary, image gallery, and information on the schools, their policies, curriculum, uniform, performance, meals, governors, and school council.
Trust responsible for the Town Hall, the common, the recreation ground, Mill Terrace and the town's archives and artifacts. Includes profile, catalogue of archive material, documents, and historical photographs.
Offers guided rides, cycle hire, skills training and kids cycling club. Includes profile, information on bikes, services, booking and prices, brochure, testimonials and club dates.
A private dental surgery. Includes details about the services offered, the team, the surgery location and contact information.
Official harbour site. Includes news, information on harbour entry and exit, facilities, marine services, the harbour commission, events, town guide, mooring application documents, and contact details.
Annual sailing race with shore events. Includes information on the programme and previous years results.
Club offering weekly racing for Scows, Optimists, Toppers and Picos, recreational sails and annual passage races to Hurst and Newtown River. Includes profile, race and social programmes, sailing events and reports, newsletter, notices, information on membership, constitution and officers, and contact details.
Includes profile, town history, minutes, agendas, events, notice board, surgery dates, and calendar.
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