The most appealing of environments is often green spaces and / or trees. In Great Yarmouth this can be seen at the northern end of the market place. People are inclined to go to places with tidy and natural surroundings and a relatively inexpensive way of achieving this is by planting trees. Hall Quay was a good example and which could probably be rectified by appropriate choice of tree and management. The town would be an altogether more appealing place to shop and visit if the environment was improved by the inclusion of trees.
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