Neighbours of a leisure centre have complained about noise and parking issues near the site.
It has been recommended that the Marina Centre on Great Yarmouth’s sea front be torn down and replaced with a new facility.
A long journey proved fruitful for students of the Phoenix Karate Schools at the weekend when four competitors returned with one gold and two silver medals from the Ensival Cup in Verviers, Belgium.
In a tremendous tournament at the EIS Sports arena in Sheffield, 10 Phoenix Karate Schools squad members fought courageously to obtain four gold, three silver and four bronze medals.
The autumn grading of the Phoenix Karate Schools took place over two weekends at Cliff Park Ormiston Academy.
Eight of Phoenix Karate Schools’ competition squad travelled to Motherwell in Scotland for the KKO Open Karate Tournament at the weekend.
More than £300,000 has been invested into a leisure centre in Great Yarmouth.
A remarkable weekend of karate at the UEL, Docklands, London at the weekend saw Phoenix Karate students return with one gold, four silver and three bronze medals.
Students from Phoenix Karate Schools continued their run of success at the Shinka Karate Open Championships in Londony.
A diverse approach to business and a determination to make the most of new opportunities has helped a family farm near Great Yarmouth to win a coveted annual award.
A squad of 12 Phoenix Karate Schools students along with coaches, instructors and parents attended the KKO Open Karate Championships in Liverpool.
Four Phoenix Karate Black Belts moved on to the next stage of their careers after completing a grading on Sunday.
The UKF Invitational Championships in Buncrana, Ireland was the destination for five Phoenix Karate Schools students and their families.
Plans are under way to bring a carnival-style fete back to a coastal village with a hunt to find royal representatives to take part.
A fifth option is being scoped out for Great Yarmouth’s seafront Marina Centre as councillors “test the market” in the private sector.
Five-year-old Jack Moore surprised his parents and instructors when he competed in the East of England Karate Championships in Clacton at the weekend.
Renewed calls to stay positive and reject controversial proposals that could close two sports clubs have been voiced.
A group braved chilly waters on a New Years Day swim to raise funds for a scout trip.
Not undemocratic to change mind
max temp: 7°C
min temp: 5°C
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