Latest news from the Borough Council and our partners
The mayor of Great Yarmouth, Councillor Graham Plant, is to host a Civic Ball on Saturday, April 22, at the Town Hall to raise funds for his chosen local charities.
Communities in Great Yarmouth have been thanked for their patience and understanding following a four-day major incident which ending yesterday (Friday 10 February) with the explosion of a WWII bomb.
The Pavilion Theatre in Gorleston has been chosen by Heritage Open Days to take part in a training programme which focuses on working with young adults to develop new, innovative events.
The final phase of a delicate operation to disarm an unexploded Word War II bomb in Great Yarmouth is underway.
Bowls enthusiasts who competed in the popular four-week-long Visit Great Yarmouth Festival of Bowls 2022 have raised hundreds of pounds for charity.
Members of the public are invited to attend the raising of the Commonwealth flag outside Great Yarmouth Town Hall on Monday, March 13, as part of a national initiative to show commitment to the global family of nations.
Work to disarm an unexploded Word War II bomb in Great Yarmouth continues today (Friday 10 February).
Work to carry out a controlled explosion on the Second World War device in Great Yarmouth is due to recommence shortly after complications halted progress overnight.
Further complications have delayed work to carry out a controlled explosion on the Second World War device in Great Yarmouth.
Emergencies services and agencies in Norfolk have declared a major incident following the discovery of a suspected World War Two device in Great Yarmouth earlier today (Tuesday 7 February 2023).
Arthur Jary & Sons Ltd, an independent local Funeral Directors, has made a generous donation of a wheelchair to the local crematorium. The wheelchair can be used to assist families and loved ones during the difficult time of saying goodbye to their loved ones.
Local stakeholders in Great Yarmouth attended a special celebration of the key economic achievements in the borough during 2022, an event which was hosted by the council leader at the Town Hall today (Tuesday, January 31).
A film commemorating the 70th anniversary of the 1953 floods and reflecting on 2013 and future challenges has been produced to support commemorations across the Norfolk and Suffolk coast.
People are being encouraged by Great Yarmouth Borough Council to do their bit to help reduce waste contamination rates.
Residents in East Suffolk, Great Yarmouth and North Norfolk are invited to have their say on a new document which provides planning guidance for our coastal communities that may be affected by changes to the coast.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council is to exhibit the medals of Fred Sadd, a firefighter who saved 27 lives during the 1953 East Coast Floods in Great Yarmouth. The catastrophic flooding saw more than 300 lives lost and thousands more made homeless.
For the first time, all electors in England will need to show photographic ID to vote at this year's local elections. Residents are being urged to make sure they are ready to vote in May by checking they have an accepted form of ID.