Great Yarmouth Borough Council Public Consultation

GREAT Yarmouth Borough Council is halfway through a public consultation on the future provision of all sport, play and leisure facilities and services in the borough, which closes on Monday, November 3.

A borough-wide strategy review is underway, which will analyse all current provision by the public, private and community sectors to gather views and identify a strategic vision for future provision.

The review includes all outdoor playing pitches and facilities, indoor provision, such as swimming pools, sports halls, and fitness gyms, and children’s play, parks and open spaces.

Please visit the website to register your views.

http://www.great-yarmouth.gov.uk/community/news-press/GYBC158703

Police and Crime Plan Consultation – have your say:

Do you believe the police and crime priorities of Norfolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) are still the right ones? Are there any emerging issues that you feel should be taken into account? 

These are the questions your PCC, Stephen Bett, is asking during a month-long consultation.

Stephen said: “In the run-up to the first PCC elections almost two years ago, and in the months after I took office, I spent some time listening to communities, local groups and partner organisations across Norfolk and they told me their crime and policing concerns. That feedback became the foundation upon which I built my Police and Crime Plan for Norfolk.

“I believe the time is right to take a fresh look at my plan.  I want to be sure the focus is absolutely where it should be and I would value people’s input”.

To have your say and offer your suggestions to Stephen complete the online survey.

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Our mailing address is:

Office of the Police and Crime and Commissioner for Norfolk

Building 8, Falconers Chase

WymondhamNorfolk NR18 0WW

United Kingdom

Volunteers Sought by Norwich Airport:

Norwich Airport Emergency Exercise “Condor 1”

It is a Civil Aviation Authority requirement that we test and exercise our emergency response to an aircraft incident/accident annually. We are planning to run our next emergency exercise on Wednesday November 12th and require volunteers to fulfill the roles of passengers and/or friends and family.

You will need to be at the airport for the exercise briefing no later than 1100 and the exercise is due to end at 1500. Further details will be sent nearer the date of the exercise. Please also note that this exercise will take place within the terminal building in its entirety.

If you would be interested in volunteering, or would like more information, please contact normit@norfolk.gov.uk by Friday 12th September 2014. All participants will receive a £20 Marks and Spencer voucher for their time.

Great Yarmouth Borough Council Public Consultation:

GYBC are running a 12-week public consultation from Monday 28 July 2014 to Monday, October 20, 2014, covering the vision for the borough, how the borough council will work in the future, and proposed income and savings options for 2015/16.

http://www.great-yarmouth.gov.uk/council-democracy/have-your-say/index.htm

An online questionnaire gives you the opportunity to have your say.