From reporting antisocial behaviour to highlighting ongoing crimes, people in Great Yarmouth are invited to have a chat with their local policing teams.

Norfolk police officers will be around the borough for face-to-face chats with residents, businesses and visitors.

In Gorleston, officers will be at The Vault on Saturday from 1pm until 2pm and at Magnolia Square from 4pm to 5pm on Tuesday.

In Cobholm and Southtown, officers will be by Beavans Court on Gatacre Road on Sunday between 1pm and 2pm, and at East Coast College on Monday between 10am and 1pm.

In the northern villages, police will be present on Wednesday, May 15 at Filby Post Office from 2pm, Martham Village Green from 3pm and Hemsby Sports and Social Club on Waters Lance from 4pm.

There are also two online drop-in sessions announced, with one for Great Yarmouth on Saturday between 3.30pm and 4.30pm, and another for the Gorleston area on Wednesday between 6pm and 7pm.

For an invitation, people are asked to email for the Great Yarmouth meeting and for the Gorleston meeting.