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Norfolk's mayors and chairmen to embark on special tour of county's heritage for Norfolk Day

All of Norfolk's mayors and chairmen will set out together on a special tour of the county next Wednesday (July 18) to celebrate its rich and unique cultural heritage ahead of Norfolk Day, on Friday, July 27.

Community invited to consider findings of coastal management study at Hemsby

THE FINDINGS of a study, considering options for managing the coastline at Hemsby, will be presented to the community on Thursday, July 19 - ensuring well-informed conversations can now take place to try to identify a way forward.

Calling all young performers for speakeasy fun at St. George's Theatre

Gang warfare, waged with custard pies, is about to break out in St. George's Theatre as young actors audition for parts in a fun musical show.

Photographic Frieze at Great Yarmouth Train Station

A 55 metre long frieze of photographs taken by local train enthusiast Mark Potton has been installed at Great Yarmouth Train Station, thanks to originalprojects; a Great Yarmouth based arts organisation.

Genteel resort finds fame with movie star role

A "secret" seaside town in Norfolk is set to find international stardom - as the backdrop in a major movie.

Free international feast served to Middlegate residents

Great Yarmouth Library will be transformed into an international food-fest for people living on the Middlegate Estate when they are invited to take part in a survey about their neighbourhood.

Closure order sends a strong message about anti-social behaviour

A flat in Great Yarmouth used for illegal drug activity has been shut down. The property in Ordnance Road, managed by Great Yarmouth Borough Council, has been at the centre of drug use and anti-social behaviour for several months.

Great Yarmouth the perfect port of call for American cruise tourists

More than 450 American tourists will call into the Port of Great Yarmouth this Saturday (30th June) as the Norfolk town prepares to welcome one of its first ever cruise ships.

Special cars and big commercial vehicles to star at GY Wheels Festival on Great Yarmouth seafront

VISITORS to Great Yarmouth seafront will enjoy the spectacle of scores of prestige, classic and bespoke cars, as well as big commercial vehicles, as part of the GY Wheels Festival, on Saturday, July 7 and Sunday, July 8.

Danny Boyle to film 'beach gig' scene at Gorleston for new movie

AROUND 5,000 extras are set to gather on Gorleston Beach this Wednesday as director Danny Boyle and screenwriter Richard Curtis return to shoot a key scene for their latest film.

New cashless pay-by-phone service for car parking in Great Yarmouth

MOTORISTS in the Great Yarmouth borough can wave goodbye to the inconvenience of digging around for the correct parking change - thanks to a new cashless pay-by-phone service.

Great Yarmouth Borough Council is finalist for two MJ Local Government Achievement Awards

GREAT Yarmouth Borough Council is up for two trophies in a national awards scheme recognising excellence in local government - with the winners set to be announced in London next week.

Thousands expected on seafront as Great Yarmouth 'gears up' for GY Wheels Festival

GREAT Yarmouth is "gearing up" for the fourth GY Wheels Festival, which will see scores of special vehicles - plus up to 15,000 visiting motorcyclists - create a spectacle along the Golden Mile.

Public invited to discuss and develop initial ideas for Market Place redevelopment in Great Yarmouth

GREAT Yarmouth Borough Council is inviting the community to drop-in engagement sessions next week to discuss and shape initial ideas for the redevelopment of the Market Place, as part of the exciting vision to boost the town centre for the 21st century.

Project to create Underground Gallery in Great Yarmouth underpasses

CREATIVE work will take place tomorrow (Friday) to transform two underpasses in the heart of Great Yarmouth into a contemporary art gallery like no other - supporting wider programmes to boost the cultural offer and improve gateways into the town centre.

Search is on for commercial operator to bring Winter Gardens back into use as discussions continue with Lottery

GREAT Yarmouth Borough Council is seeking expressions of interest from potential operators to help bring the historic Winter Gardens back into use, as positive discussions continue with the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF).

Work underway to rebuild storm-damaged Scratby coast protection scheme

Great Yarmouth Borough Council is starting urgent work to rebuild the section of the coast protection scheme at Scratby, which was damaged by the recent storms, as well as reinstating the hexi-blocks that were dislodged in the Newport Cottages area.

National Lottery-funded restoration of historic Venetian Waterways

The ground has been broken to start an inspirational community-led restoration of Great Yarmouth's historic Venetian Waterways, ahead of its 90th anniversary this August.

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