We had the worst fish and chips on the actual pier. I can't remember the name of the place but it's right next to where you can get a tarot reading from..
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Firstly It's probably one of the better pier's left in England, there are a couple of bars a few restaurants and a lot of fast food outlets. Obviously there are the obligatory arcades and quite a few fairground rides at the far end. As to...More
Everything you want from a pier. Plenty of rides including a log flume and rollercoaster and plenty of choice for young children. Arcade with all of the classic games such as the tuppenny nudger, grab machines and reel games. Scores of food establishments selling sweets,...More
This is the first pier I've been on that offers free entry. Deck chairs also are free. Amusement arcades, Doughnuts, Crepes, Hotdogs, Cafe, Fairground rides costing from £3-5 a ride. Great views. A typically British sea-side pier with more attractions than most.
My cousin was over with his family were over for an extremely short visit from America - they wanted to go on the pier and his daughters wanted to go on the rides. You can either pa for rides on a card or purchase a...More
Thought it was unique until I discovered that piers like these are common around British seaside resorts. Pretty ordinary mind you, and not all that fascinating unless you have kids.