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A Surge of Memories

A film commemorating the 70th anniversary of the 1953 floods and reflecting on 2013 and future challenges has been produced to support commemorations across the Norfolk and Suffolk coast.

Council urges residents to 'bin it right' and help combat contamination rates

People are being encouraged by Great Yarmouth Borough Council to do their bit to help reduce waste contamination rates.

Have your say on new planning document

Residents in East Suffolk, Great Yarmouth and North Norfolk are invited to have their say on a new document which provides planning guidance for our coastal communities that may be affected by changes to the coast.

Hero firefighter's medals to go on display at Town Hall

Great Yarmouth Borough Council is to exhibit the medals of Fred Sadd, a firefighter who saved 27 lives during the 1953 East Coast Floods in Great Yarmouth. The catastrophic flooding saw more than 300 lives lost and thousands more made homeless.

Great Yarmouth residents need photo ID to vote at elections in May

For the first time, all electors in England will need to show photographic ID to vote at this year's local elections. Residents are being urged to make sure they are ready to vote in May by checking they have an accepted form of ID.

Council renews legal order designed to tackle anti-social behaviour

An order that tackles vehicle-related anti-social behaviour on and near Great Yarmouth seafront has been extended for another three years.

Council's Champions offer free mental health first aid training to businesses

Great Yarmouth Borough Council's Community Champions programme has teamed up with the 12th Man campaign to offer local businesses mental health first aid training on Tuesday, January 24.

Public feedback wanted as popular e-scooter trial is extended

The council is asking for public feedback about the borough's e-scooter trial following the announcement that it has been extended to May 2024.

Details announced for annual Holocaust Memorial Day service

This year's Holocaust Memorial Day civic ceremony will take place on Friday, January 27, at the Jewish Cemetery on Kitchener Road. The service is held on that date each year to mark the liberation of the largest Nazi death camp, Auschwitz Birkenau, in 1945.

Closure Order granted by court to safeguard community

Great Yarmouth Borough Council has successfully secured a Closure Order at a property in the town following serious incidents of anti-social behaviour, which included two separate fires within the building.

Town Hall prepares to host local suppliers at Wedding Fayre

Great Yarmouth Borough Council's events team has gathered some of the best local suppliers to inspire couples to help plan their wedding.

Local foodbank and café gets free mural makeover

Great Yarmouth Pathway Cafe and Resource Centre has been given a bright new look thanks to community organisation Reprezent Project and a group of asylum seekers.

Great Yarmouth's most iconic buildings light up for festive period

Seven of Great Yarmouth's most iconic buildings will be having festive light ups for the upcoming Christmas holiday.

Mayor of Great Yarmouth hosts Beetle Drive to raise charity funds

The mayor of Great Yarmouth, Cllr Graham Plant, is set to host a Beetle Drive on Friday, February 10, at Town Hall to raise vital funds for his chosen local charities.

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.

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