Latest news from the Borough Council and our partners
Great Yarmouth's Wellesley Recreation Ground, which contains what is thought to be the oldest wooden football grandstand in Britain - and possibly the world - is set to reopen to the public following major improvements.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council has revealed the name of the new £17m library, university and learning centre being developed in the town centre.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council has announced the launch of an exciting competition, inviting primary school-aged children to suggest creative and inspiring names for Great Yarmouth Services Limited's (GYS) five new refuse trucks.
Don't miss the chance to apply for trade space at Visit Great Yarmouth Wheels Festival in aid of EAAA
Visit Great Yarmouth Wheels Festival in aid of East Anglian Air Ambulance is reminding traders that applications to take space at the event will close on Thursday, June 15.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council and East Coast College have announced the launch of a new supported-internship collaboration with DFN Project SEARCH, building on the success of the scheme's 10-year partnership with the James Paget University Hospital.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council invites all residents of Great Yarmouth and surrounding communities to join a special ceremony honouring the historic D-Day landings.
Thrilling attractions lined up for this year's Visit Great Yarmouth Wheels Festival in aid of East Anglian Air Ambulance
Plans are well underway for Visit Great Yarmouth Wheels Festival 2023 as the event prepares to take over the Golden Mile on Saturday, July 1, from 10am to 6pm and Sunday, July 2, from 10am to 4pm.
The Visit Great Yarmouth Festival of Bowls, one of the most anticipated events in the world of bowls, is excited to remind participants that the closing date for registrations is rapidly approaching on Thursday, June 1.
Councillor Penny Carpenter is preparing to become Mayor Elect for Great Yarmouth for the 2023/2024 municipal year after being voted in by her fellow councillors.
People are invited to foxtrot around Great Yarmouth Town Hall at upcoming Afternoon Tea Dance events
Great Yarmouth Town Hall is thrilled to announce its upcoming series of Afternoon Tea Dances, set to bring joy, elegance and delightful dancing to the heart of the community. This initiative aims to provide a wonderful social experience for residents and visitors alike.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council's legal action relating to the use of hotels to house asylum seekers has successfully concluded with a ruling that protects the town's economically vital seafront area hotels from being used as hostels.
The events team at Great Yarmouth Town Hall has announced a money-saving offer for wedding packages that is sure to put a spring in the step of those planning to get married.
In an effort to reduce the council's carbon footprint and save running costs, Great Yarmouth Borough Council has announced a new scheme which will see part-night lighting introduced in low-crime areas where there is limited through traffic.
Today's local election result means the Conservatives now have 19 seats on the council, Labour 18 and there are two independents.
Councillors, Great Yarmouth Borough Council officers and members of the public joined Cllr Graham Plant, Mayor of Great Yarmouth, in a flag-raising ceremony today (Wednesday, May 3) in preparation for this weekend's Coronation of His Majesty King Charles III.
A Great Yarmouth woman has been ordered to pay more than £700 after being prosecuted for flytipping in the town.
The Visit Great Yarmouth Wheels Festival is set to take place on Saturday, July 1, from 10am to 6pm and Sunday, July 2, from 10am to 4pm, offering visitors a chance to see stunning cars, motorcycles and everything else wheels in the East of England.
A team of archaeologists has recently completed an exciting dig at Beaconsfield Recreation Ground unearthing a wealth of Victorian artefacts.