Latest news from the Borough Council and our partners
Great Yarmouth Borough Council has successfully completed the launch of a new company to deliver a wide range of services for residents.
Residents and visitors are in for a cool treat this summer, as the council announces the opening times for Gorleston's splashpad for the upcoming season.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council has formally adopted its Open Space Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) following a public consultation.
A new wildflower meadow is set to be planted at Diana Way park in Caister as part of planned improvements to the area.
We are delighted to inform you that excellent progress is being made at this key stage of the project.
Following renovation and restoration, Newtown Community Centre in Beatty Close, Great Yarmouth, will reopen with new occupiers Darren and Laura Wheeler taking over.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council is officially inviting nominations for candidates in the local elections, which take place on Thursday, May 4, 2023.
The Royal Voluntary Service (RVS) is encouraging nominations for its official Coronation project, the Coronation Champion Awards for volunteers.
The renowned Easter Fair, which is more than a century old, will be taking over Great Yarmouth Market Place, Fullers Hill, Brewery Plain and Church plain from Thursday, April 13, until Sunday, April 16.
Almost 2,000 tonnes of rock has begun arriving in Hemsby today ahead of work to protect sand dunes in an attempt to slow down erosion which threatens a number of homes.
The ongoing situation in Ukraine continues to shock us all locally, nationally and internationally, and our thoughts remain with all those who have been affected.
His Worship Councillor Graham Plant was joined by councillors, officers and members of the public as the Commonwealth flag was raised outside Great Yarmouth Town Hall on Monday (March 13), as part of a national show of commitment to the global family of nations.
Council continues to support residents as work is underway to assess damage caused by erosion to dunes
Following several days of high Spring tides and strong winds, Great Yarmouth Borough Council continues to support residents and work with other agencies to tackle the effects of erosion of the dunes at Hemsby.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council has been working with a wide range of community groups to involve them in the ambitious new project to restore the town's iconic Winter Gardens
As part of its consultation work around the exciting regeneration scheme, the council team has been running workshops, site visits and events to explain the plans for the seafront landmark and seek community feedback and input.
A new operations and maintenance campus for Great Yarmouth moves ever closer as final preparations are made for construction to begin next month.
Prospective candidates and agents for the parish council elections on Thursday, May 4, are invited to attend a briefing session on Thursday, March 16, at 6pm in the Supper Room at the Town Hall.
Wonderous wall, quaint quayside and gory ghosts - uncover Great Yarmouth's rich history with a guided walk
Two new walks have been added to the large roster of guided heritage walks that are available for residents and visitors to enjoy from April through to October.
Council supports homeowners and assesses damage after high tides cause further erosion of dunes at Hemsby
Following high spring tides and strong easterly winds last night and this morning, Great Yarmouth Borough Council is supporting residents and assessing damage caused by the further erosion of dunes in Hemsby.