In pictures: Great Yarmouth's post-pandemic streetscape
- Credit: Sarah Burgess
Anyone who has been into Great Yarmouth's town centre lately will have noticed the streetscape is changing.
From new landmarks along the seafront to extensive town centre building works, Yarmouth before and after the pandemic look like very different places.
Many of these changes are positive: Marine Parade's skyline is now dominated by the towering steel frame of the new Marina Centre and, in the distance, the giant Ferris wheel which promises a bumper 2021 tourist season.
Meanwhile, half of the existing Market Place car park has become a sandy expanse as work begins on the new, more "inviting" £4.6m alternative.
But there's also some conspicuous absences: many of the buildings around the Market Place, King Street and Regent Road are emblazoned with "to let" or "closing down" banners - a sign of the times.
If you haven't been in a while, here's what Great Yarmouth looked like on Easter Monday.