Yarm is a cozy, little town situated in North East England. The town is close to the meeting point of River Leven and River Tees. Yarm came into being during the during the Georgian period.Tradition is still at the heart of the town and the impressive 43-arch railway viaduct, which shadows one of the widest cobbled high streets in England, is now protected by conservation status. Yarm provides a varied choice of chic shops, exclusive restaurants and a wide range of pubs with beer gardens. The superb bistros, cafés and tearooms, a vibrant nightlife and all-round ‘olde worlde’ charm, cannot fail to impress visitors. The elegant town hall, dating from 1710, sits squarely in the centre of the high street, with marks on the walls recording past river flood levels.