Latest news from the Borough Council and our partners
As winter approaches, Great Yarmouth Borough Council is urging pet owners to be responsible and ensure they clean up after their dogs during the colder months.
As the start of Remembrance approaches, Great Yarmouth Borough Council invites residents to commemorate the fallen and support the armed forces community in person at several public events in the upcoming weeks.
Two Great Yarmouth organisations have been recognised for their community work supporting local children and young people at this year's Flourish Awards in Norfolk.
Admiral Nelson will be remembered at the annual Trafalgar Day service, to be held at Nelson's monument, Great Yarmouth, on Sunday October 22, at 1pm.
Construction has this week started on ambitious £17m regeneration plans to turn the former Palmers department store in Great Yarmouth into a new public library and university and learning centre called The Place.
Great Yarmouth and Gorleston are set to shine even brighter during this year's Organ Donation Week with six of the borough's most iconic buildings illuminated to raise awareness and encourage discussions about the importance of organ donation.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council is delighted to announce that it has, once again, been honoured with the prestigious RSPCA PawPrints: Stray Dog Services Award (Gold). This recognition underscores the council's unwavering commitment to the welfare of stray dogs and its dedication to providing outstanding animal care services.
Gorleston's ace Clifftop Tennis Courts are set to be officially opened following major investment and improvements earlier this year.
For one day only Great Yarmouth Town Hall, one of the town's premier wedding venues, will be opening its doors to prospective wedding couples planning on tying the knot.
ORGANISERS of the Great Yarmouth Arts Festival are calling on local community groups to take part in this year's Carnival parade this summer.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council has announced an online customer feedback survey to help it better understand residents' needs.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council is inviting local businesses in the arts, culture and heritage sectors to express an interest in available capital grants, funded through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council has coordinated with local event organisers and Heritage Open Days to offer free entry to heritage buildings and events across the area next month.
The Visit Great Yarmouth Festival of Bowls, held at Britannia Bowling Greens on Great Yarmouth seafront from Sunday, August 27, until Friday, September 22, will be live streamed for the first time ever.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council's tenancy services team and Norfolk Police have secured a Full Closure Order at a flat in the town after serious anti-social behaviour, which included an assault and threats of violence.
The Norfolk Climate Change Partnership (NCCP) has been successful in securing £300,000 of government funding to run a two-year 'Net Zero Living' pilot project led by Great Yarmouth Borough Council (GYBC).
Great Yarmouth Borough Council to negotiate with property owners in next step of North Quay regeneration
As part of its ambitious plans for the regeneration of North Quay Riverside Gateway, Great Yarmouth Borough Council (GYBC) is writing to all those with a property interest in the area to engage and begin work assembling the necessary land to deliver the project.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council and E.ON set to improve the energy efficiency of hundreds of local homes
Great Yarmouth Borough Council has been awarded £6.5 million as part of a national scheme that will see more than 115,000 homes across England benefit from energy efficiency upgrades that will make their homes more comfortable and help lower their energy bills.