The board and staff of the GYTABIA would like to wish you all a very Happy Christmas and prosperous New Year. The office is now closed for Christmas but will reopen on Thursday 3rd January 2019. If you have any urgent enquiries please call Karen Youngs on 07786911936> Read more
Greater Yarmouth Tourism and Business Improvement Area
in conjunction with Great Yarmouth Borough Council
Cordially invite you to join the 2019 Year Launch Celebrations
St Georges Theatre, King Street, Great Yarmouth
Tuesday 18th December 2018
12.00 for 12.30pm
We have lots to share with you – the celebrations include…..
GYBC/GYTABIA public/private sector partnership has achieved so much over the last 25
years and we would like to remind you of some of the highlights.
As the BID moves into its next phase of development and BID renewal, both GYTABIA and
Great Yarmouth Borough Council have committed to strengthen this important strategic
relationship. As such, both organisations will be working jointly as drivers of inward
investment and growth in tourism for the local area.
GYTABIA have relocated to new offices contained within the Marine Centre on Marine Parade.
Our new contact details are :
Landline : (01493) 331532
Karen Youngs (Project Manager) email firstname.lastname@example.org
Alan Carr (Chief Executive) email alan:gyta.com
Great Yarmouth Minster is holding a Christmas children’s activities day on Saturday 8th December from 11am to 3pm. Many activities and fun things to do for all children including a zip wire ride – bring your teddy or doll for a ride on the zip wire to receive a present.> Read more
TV talent show stars set to shine at festive fireworks
Two TV talent show brothers are adding an X Factor sparkle to Gorleston’s Christmas lights switch on.
Leon and Alex Mallett from Lingwood appeared in last year’s competition as duo ITG (In the Genetics) and made it through to boot camp, before being split up by Simon Cowell.
Leon, who progressed further than Alex, said that since their TV appearance the brothers were enjoying gigging together again – with their popularity and confidence boosted by their X Factor moment.
“We used to sing in pubs, clubs and hotels around Yarmouth. Now we are out most weekends in bigger venues – including leading holiday resorts – across the country.
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It is with the greatest sadness that we have to announce the passing of Councillor Charles Reynolds who was one of our valued board members of the GYTABIA. Our sincerest condolences are with his family at this sad time.
Since 2001 the Greater Yarmouth Tourist Authority – now the Greater Yarmouth Tourism & Business Improvement Area (GYTABIA) have organised an annual study visit to coastal destinations in the UK and in Europe. Meeting up with peers in destinations including Blackpool, Bournemouth, Scarborough, Brighton and Torquay. Attendees have shared best practices, successes and failures. All who go on the study visits pay for their trips and take holidays from work in order to attend.
For 2018 we visited Southport on the 2/3/4th October – If you would like to know further details on this or any other study visits please do not hesitate to contact me on 01493 846492
A drop in session has been organised for all residents and traders on Wednesday 6th June at Maritime House, 25 Marine Parade to answer any queries about the air show road closures and how it will affect you.
Residents drop in session is from 3pm to 6.30pm
Traders drop in session is from 7pm to 9pm
Please come along to the correct session if you are able to as traders and residents will have different queries.
Please find traders & residents information flyers for you to download which details road closures, information about delivery times and also details about a drop in session for residents on June 6th at 3-6.30pm and traders on June 6th 7-9pm at Maritime House 25 Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth.
Please ensure you come to the correct session as traders and resident have different FAQ’s.
A barnstorming act combining acrobatics and aerobatics will dance in the skies over Great Yarmouth seafront this summer.
The AeroSuperBatics Wingwalking team features a pair of classic biplanes doing loops and rolls with daring women strapped on top waving and doing handstands – sometimes while flying upside down
The spectacle which will be seen at the Haven Great Yarmouth Air Show on June 16-17 harks back to the days of 1920s “flying circuses” when pioneering pilots thrilled crowds with their antics.
Another newly-announced display is the Muscle Biplane of former RAF Tornado ground attack jet pilot Rich Goodwin, who showcases the power and manoeuvrability of his souped-up Pitts Special with gravity-defying,