Visitors to Gorleston seafront this summer will be greeted with the ‘oom-pa’ of East Anglia’s finest brass bands as the annual series of free-to-watch concerts gets underway from Sunday, June 10.
An invitation has gone out to singers, bands, choirs and musicians to audition for an annual Gorleston event which puts the winning entrants on a summer seafront stage.
Long before the scourge of political correctness was foisted on us, we knew it affectionately as “the blind school.”
Fundraising and donations have enabled a defibrillator to be installed in a secure cabinet on the outside of Great Yarmouth Library.
The Rotary Club of Great Yarmouth have highlighted World Polio Day.
One of Great Yarmouth’s towering land mark buildings is to spectacularly change its colour to help promote the fight against polio.
Musical talent will be taking over Gorleston at an annual event.
Visitors to Gorleston seafront this summer will enjoy the sounds of some of the region’s finest brass bands as part of the annual series of free-to-watch concerts, which starts in earnest this Sunday.
The new president of the Great Yarmouth Haven Rotary Club has been installed - Philip Hunt.
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