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Local restaurant closed following failed inspection

A town restaurant and takeaway has been closed after an inspection by Great Yarmouth Borough Council revealed a cockroach infestation.

Final countdown to Gorleston Christmas Market begins

Excitement is rising as the final countdown to the much-anticipated Gorleston Christmas Market in Priory Gardens begins.

Council issues reminder for residents to clean up after pets this winter

Dog owners are being reminded to clear up after their four-legged friends this winter - or risk a very un-festive fine.

Public feedback wanted on new CCTV cameras for Great Yarmouth

Great Yarmouth Borough Council is working with Norfolk Constabulary to install nine new CCTV cameras in Great Yarmouth and wants the public's views on proposed locations.

Council's Champions team up with Vision Norfolk to offer residents a relaxed Covid vaccine clinic

The council's Community Champions programme has joined forces with local organisation Vision Norfolk to offer residents living with anxiety, a visual impairment or a disability a unique Covid-19 vaccination clinic on Tuesday, November 22.

Dismay as vandals target £858k upgrade of outdoor spaces in Middlegate Estate

Councillors have expressed dismay after the Middlegate Estate's improved outdoor play and social spaces was targeted by vandals.

Annual Blessing of the Crosses ceremony continues Remembrance schedule

His Worship the Mayor attended the annual Blessing of the Crosses ceremony on Wednesday, November 9, which took place at the Cenotaph in St George's Park.

Mayor officially opens The Garden Tea Rooms

His Worship the Mayor has officially opened the new Garden Tea Rooms following its successful soft launch back in September.

No change for Great Yarmouth constituency in boundary proposals

The Boundary Commission for England has published new revised proposals for constituencies across the country and opens a final month-long consultation, giving the public a last opportunity to send in their views.

Local school children help Mayor plant trees in memory of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

His Worship the Mayor, and children from local schools across the borough, have planted trees in Great Yarmouth in memory of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

Additional support available to help with rising energy costs

Residents who have already received their one-off payment to help towards rising energy costs but still struggling with energy bills may be able to receive further support.

Do you have memories of the East Coast floods?

Residents are being encouraged to share their memories of the East Coast floods as the 70th anniversary of the devastating event approaches.

Civic society of Great Yarmouth makes awards to shops, businesses, market traders as well as some special awards

After several weeks of judging shops, businesses, and market stalls in the centre of Great Yarmouth the Civic Society announced the winners at a ceremony in the Assembly Room of the Town Hall on Thursday 27 October.

Mayor officially opens Middlegate Estate improved outdoor play and social spaces

His Worship the Mayor has cut the ribbon on the new wheelchair accessible play ship installed as part of work to improve a number of play areas and create a new shared secure communal garden in the Middlegate Estate following the award of £858,000 to improve these areas.

GYBC and the Regulator of Social Housing

Great Yarmouth Borough Council (GYBC) recently became aware of a potential failure to meet health and safety requirements on some of its properties and, as a result, reported these issues to the Regulator of Social Housing (RSH).

Tree-mendous festive fair planned for Gorleston

Great Yarmouth Borough Council is teaming up with Gorleston Traders Association and Visit Great Yarmouth to bring residents and visitors their very own winter wonderland this year at Priory Gardens.

Residents invited to have their say on consultation to promote responsible dog control

Great Yarmouth Borough Council is asking residents to share their thoughts on whether to continue a legal order for another three years, which helps to promote responsible dog control at publicly accessible land across the borough.

Residents invited to public Remembrance events

As the start of Remembrance approaches, Great Yarmouth Borough Council invites residents to commemorate the fallen and support the armed forces community in person at several public events in the upcoming weeks.

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