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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.
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Great Yarmouth set for full fibre boost as CityFibre announces £15m town-wide rollout

CityFibre, the UK's largest independent full fibre platform, has named Great Yarmouth as the next UK town in line for a multi-million-pound investment in its digital infrastructure - a move that will see it join the nation's growing list of full fibre enabled communities.

Council announces return of beach wheelchair available for hire

Wheelchair users are now able to hire a beach wheelchair from Great Yarmouth Sea Life Centre, situated on Great Yarmouth seafront during the upcoming season.

Birmingham 2022 Queen's Baton Relay to visit Great Yarmouth

The Birmingham 2022 Queen's Baton Relay is confirmed to visit Great Yarmouth during its final journey through England this summer, as the full route is revealed.

Great Yarmouth Community Fridge opens to help tackle food waste

A new community fridge has opened in Great Yarmouth with the aim to save tons of food from being thrown away each year and support a more circular economy which avoids wastage.

Residents and visitors invited to explore the borough's history as Guided Heritage Walks restart

Residents and visitors to the borough are being invited to stretch their legs and delve into the rich past of Great Yarmouth to explore its history as a seaside resort, fishing port and market town.

Experienced councillor prepares to take up the mantle of Mayor Elect of Great Yarmouth

Following his many roles as a husband, father, grandfather, borough councillor, county councillor, business owner and chef, Cllr Graham Plant is readying himself for his next role as Mayor Elect.

Grants of up to £10,000 offered to homeowners to help keep homes warm this winter

Great Yarmouth Borough Council and renewable electricity provider E.ON are encouraging eligible residents across the borough to apply for government-funded grants of up to £10,000 per household to fund the installation of energy saving measures in their homes.

Thousands of Great Yarmouth households to receive energy rebates next week

More than 20,000 households across the borough of Great Yarmouth will receive their £150 energy rebate payments next week.

Town Hall hosts celebration of Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee

Residents are invited to a patriotic celebration at Great Yarmouth Town Hall on Saturday 4 June to mark Her Majesty's 70-year reign.

Historic Town Hall opens its doors to celebrate 140th birthday

The rich history of Great Yarmouth's Town Hall will be celebrated next month with events to mark its 140th birthday.

Name revealed for biggest council homes project in nearly 20 years

Eighteen new council homes to be built in Great Yarmouth will be named in honour of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

Upgraded play and social spaces on the way for Middlegate

Work to upgrade play areas and create new exercise and social spaces for residents of Great Yarmouth's Middlegate estate has begun.

Famous Festival of Bowls returns to the borough

Bowls enthusiasts can now apply to compete in the popular four-week long Festival of Bowls 2022, as applications are now open.

Car fanatics rejoice as Visit Great Yarmouth Wheels Festival returns to Great Yarmouth seafront

Plans are in motion for Visit Great Yarmouth Wheels Festival 2022 after Covid-19 and strict social distancing measure put the brakes on the event for two years running.

Three-term mayor to be granted prestigious Honorary Freedom of the Borough

A long serving councillor and three-term mayor of Great Yarmouth is to be awarded the honorary freedom of the borough at a special ceremony next week.

Splashpad set to make waves this summer

Residents and visitors are in for a cool treat this summer, as the council has confirmed the opening times and dates for Gorleston's fun wet play facility.

Council injunction leads to two-year jail term for anti-social behaviour

A man who harassed and threatened residents of a block of flats in Great Yarmouth has been handed a two-year jail term.

Different Light campaign continues with landmark sign

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