Gy today 19th July 2018

Gy today 19th July 2018

An I.T support company based in Great Yarmouth has made an impact not only in the business world but in their community, having raised the funds to install a public defibrillator on their premises.

CSSCloud raised the funds to buy the equipment at their open day on July 6th, which compromised of a street party as well as letting the public see their newly refurbished offices.

The offices were converted thanks to grants from Suffolk County Council and New Anglia Growth Hub.

The open day at Gapton Hall Industrial Estate also saw a raffle held and visitors enjoying retro arcade games.

This equipment is provided in partnerships with Heart2Heart Norfolk, with enough money being raised to make an additional donation to charity.

Former Spice girl Melanie C has made a guest appearance in town.

The town’s race courts held its annual ladies night meeting, which saw hundreds of women enjoy the sun as they cheered on horses and enjoyed a DJ set by former spice girl Melanie C.

The £20.000 feature race, the Diomed Developments Handicap, was won by Hartstopper , ridden by Jamie Spencer.

Women proudly showed off their fascinators and colourful hats and dresses as they counted their winnings or consoled themselves after losing a bet.

No bouncy castles and slides will be at the Gorleston Clifftop Festival as a mark of respect to the family of Ava-May Littleboy

Ava-May, three , died from a head injury after she was thrown from an inflatable trampoline on Gorleston beach on Sunday July 1st.

The annual Gorleston Clifftop Festival is happening over the weekend of July 28th and 29th and it’s organising committee has voted to not have bouncy castles and slides at the event as a mark of respect to Ava’s family and people in town who were affected by the death of the Suffolk youngster.

A man and women, both in their 40s, have been arrested and released under police investigation in connection with Ava-Mays death.

Outrage as a seagull had to be taken to the RSPCA after being attacked and had to be put asleep.

Seagulls are continuously attacking members of the public. This week a women got injured and attacked in the marketplace. This is a continuous concern for visitors to the market who are not being able to enjoy and eat their food in peace without fear of the brazen gulls stealing their food and attacking them.

A man had hit a seagull with his waking stick and damaged the gulls wing it then needed to be put asleep. There was outrage at the man for his actions. Yet Mel from Barries Market Stall who serves hot and cold food and refreshments has said if this was a pack of dogs attacking members of the public they would be put down so why is it ok for the seagulls because they have wings?

So please can we all refrain from feeding the seagulls and try out and end to this continued problem.


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