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Gorleston to Host Volleyball England Beach Tour for First Time June 27 and June 28 2015

The Volleyball England Beach Tour 2015 is heading for Gorleston-on-Sea beach.

The Great Yarmouth Classic will be played for the first time in Gorleston, on Saturday, June 27 and Sunday, June 28.

Great Yarmouth Tourism and Business Improvement Area (GYTABIA) and Great Yarmouth Borough Council are responsible for bringing the tournament to Gorleston, with 4000 funding from GYTABIA securing the 11th consecutive Great Yarmouth Classic.

Spectators will watch the event in a free 150-seater grandstand sited on the beach next to Centre Court, sponsored by local seafront businesses: The Cliff Hotel, JayJays at the Beach, Marina Bay Caf , Marine Amusements, The Pier Hotel and The Yacht Shop.

Twenty-four teams of top-class UK beach volleyball players will compete for both men s and ladies doubles titles, with play starting at 9am each day.

The finals will begin just after lunch on Sunday.

David Marsh, Interim Chairman GYTABIA said: Securing high profile events like the Volleyball England Beach Tour is central to the work of GYTABIA.

We are absolutely delighted that the Great Yarmouth Classic is making its debut on Gorleston s wonderful sandy beach.

We would also like to thank the seafront businesses for their support in helping provide the grandstand for spectators.

Further to a site visit to the beach, Alex Chevau from SideOut Ltd, the company who are organising the event with Volleyball England said: This is one of the best beaches on the tour.

I m delighted that the Great Yarmouth Classic will be held on such an amazing beach with such high quality sand, I can t wait to get on court!

The Volleyball England Beach Tour 2015 kicks off in Skegness, followed by Gorleston-on-Sea, Weston-super-Mare and Weymouth, culminating in the finals at Margate.

For more information about the Volleyball England Beach Tour see www.volleyballengland.org/beach11.

For more information about Greater Yarmouth see www.great-yarmouth.co.uk22.

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  1. ^3 www.volleyballengland.org/beach (www.volleyballengland.org)4
  2. ^5 www.great-yarmouth.co.uk (www.great-yarmouth.co.uk)6

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References

  1. ^ www.volleyballengland.org/beach (www.volleyballengland.org)
  2. ^ www.great-yarmouth.co.uk (www.great-yarmouth.co.uk)
  3. ^ Jump to Link in Article (www.google.co.uk)
  4. ^ www.volleyballengland.org/beach (www.volleyballengland.org)
  5. ^ Jump to Link in Article (www.google.co.uk)
  6. ^ www.great-yarmouth.co.uk (www.great-yarmouth.co.uk)
  7. ^ Gorleston to Host Volleyball England Beach Tour (icenipost.com)

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A series of public consultations will be held across Breckland to get views on the council s local plan for the next 22 years.

The council s cabinet has endorsed a strategic document which is the first stage of consultation on the development of a new local plan for the district.

When completed, the local plan will set the framework for how Breckland will grow over the next 22 years.

An Issues and Options document covers areas such as targets for housing and employment growth, and seeks residents views on a range of options.

Views are also sought on town and village development and whether the council should seek to support key business sectors through the planning process.

Residents will be invited to comment on the proposals at open consultation events, including one at Thetford Guildhall on December 9 from 2pm to 7pm, where maps will be on display and planning officers will be available to answer questions.

All the relevant documents will be published on the Breckland Council website from November 17 to January 9.

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Breckland Council under fire after 16 minute full council …

09:44 26 September 2014

Andrew Fitchett 1

Breckland Council. Picture: Ian Burt

Breckland Council.

Picture: Ian Burt

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A district council has been accused of wasting taxpayers money and ignoring key issues after it wrapped up a full council meeting in 16 minutes.


What could Breckland have discussed?

The agenda for Breckland s Full Council meeting yesterday contained 12 items. Ten of those items were minutes from previous meetings, with the other two on nominations for changes to committees and a presentation on Norfolk Prepared Week. In comparison, the last meeting of Norwich City Council lasted three hours, with issues discussed ranging from whether Norwich should become a dementia-friendly city, to how many people are using foodbanks, and an item on social housing.

At the other end of the scale, Broadland Council cancelled its June full council meeting, with a spokesman at the time stating there were no items of business which require the attention of the council. Some items Breckland councillors could have been discussed include: -Flytipping in the district

-Solutions to the district s affordable housing shortage -The impact of the bedroom tax on constituents -Progress on the Riverside development in Thetford

-How the council s negotiations on the LABV (local asset backed vehicle) are developing -How to take best advantage of the A11 dualling -An update on delays to a decision on the Dumpling Green housing application

Breckland Council members met yesterday at its Dereham offices at 10am for its monthly full council meeting, with 48 in attendance.

By 10.16am, councillors were already tweeting that the meeting was done and dusted. Members were given the option to stay on for a further presentation about emergency planning, which took around 15 minutes. With the cost of putting on the meetings coming to more than 1,000, yesterday s 16 minutes cost Breckland at least 62 a minute or more than a pound a second.

Costs include councillors fuel and subsistence allowances, on top of their annual allowances, the production of agenda packs, and officer time. The previous meeting of the full council, on July 17, lasted 45 minutes. The swift meeting led to a mixed reaction, with accusations that taxpayers money was being wasted, while others claimed it showed the council s efficiency.

There were also claims that the council s overwhelming Conservative majority, with only seven of its 54 not in the party, meant that items tended to be pushed through with little debate. Terry Jermy, councillor for Thetford Abbey and leader of the Labour opposition group, attended the meeting and said it was a common occurrence as councillors are not able to raise issues or question items. It was the quickest meeting I can remember, but it s always short.

It s embarrassing. It shows there s no opportunity for debate or discussion within Breckland Council. There are a number of things councillors would like to debate, but there s no avenue to do it, he said.

Mr Jermy said in recent months councillors had raised issues at the full council, only to be shouted down by members. They have completely locked the process down to stop debate, which is totally unhealthy, he said. He added that he had been told the meetings cost around 1,000 to put on after a Freedom of Information request earlier this year.

Keith Gilbert, independent councillor for Watton, described the meeting as a joke . This is the problem with the system we ve got where decisions are already taken before we ve even had the meeting. There s nowhere to ask a question unless it s on the agenda, he said.

The district council operates a system which sees Cabinet making decisions, with some being passed on to full council for scrutiny. The Cabinet s last meeting, on September 9, lasted 25 minutes. Michael Wassell, leader of the council, defended the meeting, saying there was ample opportunity for debate.

The reality is that we work with an executive group and a committee system where the decisions are made and then referenced and recommended to council. The effectiveness of a committee should not be judged on how long meetings take, he said. Responding to claims that councillors were ignoring issues, he said: I can t twist people s arms to bring things up in meetings, but councillors are encouraged to raise matters.

What do you think?

Is Breckland neglecting its duty, or just being efficient?

Let us know by emailing [email protected]

References

  1. ^ Andrew Fitchett (www.dissmercury.co.uk)

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