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Travel through time and explore Great Yarmouth's history with the town's ghost signs

Thanks to public feedback, a walking trail to highlight some of the tremendous 'ghost signs' in the town centre has successfully launched.

Recycle your tree for a greener Christmas

Environmental Rangers at Great Yarmouth Borough Council are encouraging residents to recycle their Christmas trees after the festive period if they no longer want them.

Young people take part in Winter Gardens community project

As part of community consultation work around an ambitious project to restore the Winter Gardens, Great Yarmouth Borough Council has been engaging with young people to find out what students would like to see as part of the exciting regeneration scheme.

Roads Minister visits Great Yarmouth to see new noise camera

The deputy leader of Great Yarmouth Borough Council today met Roads Minister Richard Holden during his visit to the town.

Great Yarmouth Town Centre prepares to host Christmas Market

Great Yarmouth's three-day Christmas spectacular will start at midday on Friday, December 2, at Brewery Plain Car Park. The market will then be open from 10am until 4pm on both Saturday and Sunday.

New video and 3D visualisation promotes Great Yarmouth's new offshore energy Operations and Maintenance Campus

GENERATE has launched an exciting new video and 3D visualisation to help promote Great Yarmouth's new offshore energy Operations and Maintenance Campus

Comments invited on the final draft Open Space Planning Document

Great Yarmouth Borough Council is asking people to provide feedback on the final draft of its Open Space Supplementary Planning Document (SPD).

RSPCA gold award for council's dog warden services

Great Yarmouth Borough Council has been recognised by the RSPCA with a gold award for its stray dogs services in the charity's annual PawPrints Awards scheme.

100 Great Yarmouth children offered free swimming lessons for a year

Freedom Leisure, the not-for-profit leisure trust responsible for operating local leisure facilities in Great Yarmouth, are offering 100 children across the borough FREE swimming lessons for a year.

Local restaurant closed following failed inspection

A town restaurant and takeaway has been closed after an inspection by Great Yarmouth Borough Council revealed a cockroach infestation.

Final countdown to Gorleston Christmas Market begins

Excitement is rising as the final countdown to the much-anticipated Gorleston Christmas Market in Priory Gardens begins.

Council issues reminder for residents to clean up after pets this winter

Dog owners are being reminded to clear up after their four-legged friends this winter - or risk a very un-festive fine.

Public feedback wanted on new CCTV cameras for Great Yarmouth

Great Yarmouth Borough Council is working with Norfolk Constabulary to install nine new CCTV cameras in Great Yarmouth and wants the public's views on proposed locations.

Council's Champions team up with Vision Norfolk to offer residents a relaxed Covid vaccine clinic

The council's Community Champions programme has joined forces with local organisation Vision Norfolk to offer residents living with anxiety, a visual impairment or a disability a unique Covid-19 vaccination clinic on Tuesday, November 22.

Dismay as vandals target £858k upgrade of outdoor spaces in Middlegate Estate

Councillors have expressed dismay after the Middlegate Estate's improved outdoor play and social spaces was targeted by vandals.

Annual Blessing of the Crosses ceremony continues Remembrance schedule

His Worship the Mayor attended the annual Blessing of the Crosses ceremony on Wednesday, November 9, which took place at the Cenotaph in St George's Park.

Mayor officially opens The Garden Tea Rooms

His Worship the Mayor has officially opened the new Garden Tea Rooms following its successful soft launch back in September.

No change for Great Yarmouth constituency in boundary proposals

The Boundary Commission for England has published new revised proposals for constituencies across the country and opens a final month-long consultation, giving the public a last opportunity to send in their views.

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