Latest news from the Borough Council and our partners
With high spring tides forecast for the next 48 hours, Great Yarmouth Borough Council is working to support homeowners in Hemsby whose properties might be at risk from further erosion of the dunes.
Communities across the borough of Great Yarmouth are being encouraged to join in the Coronation of His Majesty King Charles III and Her Majesty The Queen Consort celebrations in May.
Work to provide residents and visitors with improved tennis courts along Gorleston's cliff top will begin on Monday, March 13.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council has received confirmation of funding to cover the costs of installing a wheelchair kiosk and all-access concrete table tennis tables at Gorleston Beach.
Last year we asked you to name the new Third River Crossing in Great Yarmouth, which can now be revealed!
People across the borough now have access to new Government financial support for energy bills.
In November 2022, the Council invited officer and political peers from the Local Government Association (LGA) and other councils to the organisation, to take part in what is known as a Corporate Peer Challenge.
On Tuesday, young people between the ages of 16 and 25 had their say on the future use of the town's historical building, The Ice House. During the day's open space session, ideas and needs of our future generation were heard and documented. Students from East Coast College, Access Creative College and East Norfolk Sixth Form were in attendance.
FACET, a non-profit organisation dedicated to supporting businesses in the tourism and leisure sector to make cost-effective changes that are better for the environment, has funded more than 10 so-called Ballot Bins for the disposal of cigarette butts.
Over the weekend Great Yarmouth Borough Council has been supporting members of the community whose homes are most at risk.
The mayor of Great Yarmouth, Councillor Graham Plant, led the borough in the nation's one-minute silence at 11am today (Friday, February 24) to mark the first anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Guests from organisations involved in the major incident which was declared in Great Yarmouth when a 250kg Second World War bomb was discovered have been thanked at a special presentation.
As part of community consultation work around the ambitious project to restore the Winter Gardens, Great Yarmouth Borough Council is taking part in National Lottery Open Week with a special tour inside the Winter Gardens available to National Lottery players.
Following the news that Great Yarmouth Borough Council has received funding to improve the park at Diana Way in Caister, it has launched a survey to see if people want to get involved in making the space better for users and wildlife.
Six of Great Yarmouth's most iconic buildings are lit up to celebrate love this February, with the Council having launched a special "trail of love" for residents and visitors to enjoy.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council is urging people to have their say on a new planning and development strategy for the area.
Following its success last year, Great Yarmouth's beautiful Victorian Town Hall will once again host a 1940s Big Band Dance evening on Saturday, March 25, 2023.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council and Norfolk Constabulary are progressing plans to install eight new CCTV cameras in Great Yarmouth following residents' feedback on the proposed locations.