Toggle menu

Voter ID - make sure you are ready

The UK Government is changing how you vote. From May 2023, you will need to show photo ID when you vote at a polling station.
There are 626 results
Page 10 of 35

Search results

Local students encouraged to join crews in drowning out plastic pollution

Students and community groups are invited to join Hatty + Young, a creative team of artists and architects who design and execute public art commissions, to help collect supplies that will be used to build a community installation called 'Bottle Ships'.

Your chance to view Great Yarmouth town centre proposals in person

The public will be able to see proposals for a major facelift of Great Yarmouth's town centre in person at a series of events over the coming weeks.

Have your say on constituency boundary proposals

The Boundary Commission for England (BCE) has launched a secondary public consultation on its initially proposed map of constituencies, open now until Monday 4 April 2022.

Village votes taking place this Thursday

Residents in three Norfolk villages have the chance to influence the future of their neighbourhoods in votes being held this week.

Local creatives and artists prepare to 'Paint the Town' next month

A brand-new arts festival is taking place next month, shining a spotlight on local artists, photographers, and musicians.

Council acts to protect residents from anti-social behaviour

A Bradwell man who was subject to an anti-social behaviour order obtained by Great Yarmouth Borough Council has received a custodial sentence after breaching the order and committing a string of offences.

Businesses hit by Covid-19 encouraged to apply for fresh round of grants

Businesses in and around Great Yarmouth can now claim up to £6000 in the latest round of grants to help businesses impacted by Covid-19.

Library clock set to return home to Gorleston High Street

After being in storage for more than forty years Gorleston's Carnegie clock is set to returning to its rightful place at the heart of the high street.

First of 500 trees to green Great Yarmouth planted

More than 80 new trees have been planted across Great Yarmouth in the first phase of a national scheme to green coastal towns and cities.

National fund to invest up to £1m in improving life chances for Great Yarmouth's young people

Great Yarmouth has been selected as one of five areas to pilot new approaches to giving children and young people a better start in life, with up to £1m to make residents' ideas for improvement a reality.

Would you like to help uncover Great Yarmouth's history?

A unique new archaeology mission is set to launch next week allowing residents to join with professionals to explore Great Yarmouth's history.

Mouth-watering new food festival set to take over Great Yarmouth

A new food festival celebrating Great Yarmouth's diverse food and drink offerings will take place this March.

Coastal communities urged to join in Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations

Residents asked for views on renewing anti-social behaviour measures

Great Yarmouth Borough Council is asking for residents' views on renewing a legal order which helps to tackle anti-social behaviour for another three years.

Can you help reveal the mysteries of Great Yarmouth's 'ghost signs'?

The creators of a new walking trail highlighting history hidden in plain sight are asking for the public's help in bringing the past to life.

Discover Great Yarmouth's hidden high street history with a free online lunchtime talk

Join Historic England, Place Services and our partners at Great Yarmouth Borough Council for a free online lunchtime talk about our work to revitalise Great Yarmouth's historic high street.

Share this page

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share by email