He said the council would also lay on welcoming committees and make sure passengers are given the town’s tourism brochures.He said: “If the port is working hard to ensure we get visitors then we have to make sure we have something for the passengers to see and do.While this investigation is ongoing it would be inappropriate for the councils to make any further comment at this stage.” Mr Ardley has been contacted for a comment.American company Seabourn has arranged for five visits - including one during the Air Show - by two of its giant cruise ships between May and September with passengers able to spend a day in the resort on each occasion.The cruise ships, called the Seabourn Quest and Seabourn Ovation, can carry up to 458 and 600 passengers respectively and they will be setting off from Dover, Copenhagen and Reykjavik on their tours of Europe.
“He has been suspended by the Conservative Party and an investigation will take place.
In promotional literature Seaborn says passengers can enjoy the Yarmouth Minster, tour the Rows and Market Place and visit the house where Black Beauty author Anna Sewell was born.
Over the past few weeks the Usborne dictionaries have been handed out to pupils at Bungay primary, St Edmund’s RC school in Bungay, St Benet’s RC School at Beccles, Ellingham, Woodton, Ditchingham, Ilketshall St Lawrence and Earsham primary schools.
They should know better because generally they are educated people.
“Even if it is a councillor’s personal feeling, it would shock me to hear them say it publicly because they are effectively exposing their beliefs.