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Great Yarmouth Borough Council reminds electors about registering to vote as candidates are announced
GREAT Yarmouth Borough Council is reminding voters who are not currently on the electoral register that they have only a few days left to sign up if they wish to vote in the local elections, on Thursday, May 2.
The Hippodrome's Easter blockbuster show Pirates Live Returns on 6th to 28th April with a brand new production for 2019!
GREAT Yarmouth Borough Council is officially inviting nominations for candidates in the local elections, which take place on Thursday, May 2.
MORE than 200 people have shared their views on the exciting concept designs for a new destination water and leisure complex planned for Great Yarmouth seafront, which will be a major year-round boost to the flagship coastal resort whilst supporting community health and well-being. The level of responses and turn-out at the drop-in sessions was really positive.
GREAT Yarmouth has been named as one of just five 'Future Places' in England to participate in a new national programme recognising and supporting local councils with ambitious and innovative visions for shaping their areas' futures.
Great Yarmouth Arts Festival has been awarded £10,000 by the Community Fund of the National Lottery. Announcing the award, Hugh Sturzaker, Chair of the Arts Festival, said "We are absolutely delighted to have received this award and would like to thank the millions of lottery players whose weekly payments have enabled the National Lottery to make this award.
As part of the Keep Britain Tidy Great British Spring Clean initiative, The Civic Society of Great Yarmouth is linking with other local groups and arranging a litter pick on Saturday, April 13th, beginning at 10am and lasting for about 2 hours.
The Civic Society of Great Yarmouth is about to launch a campaign to reward shops, businesses and market traders in the town centre who go that extra mile. During March and early April members of their awards committee will be assessing these premises under four categories: Retail, businesses - banks, betting shops, estate agents etc. - food and drink establishments and stalls on the six day market.
The results of a statutory consultation on Norfolk County Council's plans for a Third River Crossing in Great Yarmouth have been published and show that there continues to be significant support for the new bridge to be built.
Everyone is invited to attend the raising of the Commonwealth Flag outside of Great Yarmouth Town Hall on Monday, March 11, as part of a national initiative to show commitment to this global family of nations.
The Port of Great Yarmouth has taken delivery of a new state of the art crane giving it greater capabilities to handle larger cargoes on the east coast.
A PROJECT to help reduce flood risk for householders in part of Gorleston has received a £5,000 grant. Now the community is asked to assist with securing the remaining funds needed to make the scheme a reality - by voting for it during their supermarket shopping trips.
Everyone invited to view concept designs for new Water and Leisure Complex planned for Great Yarmouth borough
View designs for the new Water and Leisure Complex planned for the seafront
A UNIQUE and outstanding business opportunity is on offer to breathe new life into the UK's last surviving Victorian coastal Winter Gardens, as part of a national campaign to save this threatened icon of the British seaside.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council to consult on detailed planning vision for new restaurant and café quarter at Hall Quay
GREAT Yarmouth Borough Council is to consult on a detailed planning vision to help unlock the potential of one of the town centre's historic spaces - as a new restaurant and café quarter supporting the evening economy.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council on course to agree balanced budget and set share of council tax for 2019/20
GREAT Yarmouth Borough Council's Policy and Resources Committee has recommended for approval the authority's budget report for 2019/20, ahead of full council setting the budget and council tax on Tuesday, February 19.
Pedestrians and cyclists in the Fullers Hill area of Great Yarmouth will soon be benefitting from a series of changes to improve pavement and crossing facilities.