Great Yarmouth could follow the example set by Folkestone and create a Creative Quarter. A space that combines retail/cafe and studio space to allow artisans/creatives to revive the offering currently provided. It’s been proven time and time again, that once you get the creatives in an area becomes desirable again. Consumers are looking for something different/unusual/hand-crafted than the usual mass produced retail offering (these are dying fast as we increasingly shop online) and we already have that with the retail park at Gapton Hall.
Margate, Folkestone and even Brighton’s revival started with the creatives, so let’s see that same idea happen in Great Yarmouth!
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