Freshly Greated works with local people just like you to create fun, exciting, and creative experiences in and around Great Yarmouth.
We’re excited to be a new creative adventure of, by and for the people of Great Yarmouth as a new Creative People & Places project, funded by Arts Council England and led by the local community with support from Voluntary Norfolk, Out There Arts, Creative Collisions, Jays UK Ltd and Great Yarmouth Borough Council.
Take a look at our Events tab to see what experiences we have coming up or find out how you can get involved by contacting one of our lovely Freshly Greated team here.
Great Yarmouth is a cultural destination whose people are proudly engaged in creative communities.
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Voluntary Norfolk is dedicated to improving the lives of people and communities in Norfolk. Voluntary Norfolk promotes, supports and develops volunteering and the work of voluntary organisations.
Great Yarmouth based but collaborating internationally, Out There Arts are an independent arts development charity. We are dedicated to delivering outstanding opportunities for artists and communities through supporting hosting and delivering circus and street arts projects and events.
Creative Collisions involves young people in decision making and co production of events via a youth led steering group. We connect young people with their heritage by working closely with Great Yarmouth Museums and wider networks, regionally and nationally.
Through our projects young people get to work along side professional artists and gain training & enterprise skills.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council is the local district authority for the borough of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, UK. The council serves a growing population of approximately 97,800 residents, living in Great Yarmouth, Gorleston-on-Sea and surrounding villages. The borough is a major UK coastal resort, catering for 5.6 million day trips and 4.1 million staying nights each year, with visitors bringing more than £599 million into the local economy annually. It has also been England’s offshore energy sector capital since 1965, with an Outer Harbour, Enterprise Zone, skilled workforce, sizeable supply chain, and prospects of sharing in significant future investment in offshore windfarms and gas platform decommissioning.
A family owned and run business, owning major venues and attractions around the Great Yarmouth area, including the Hippodrome Circus (famous as Britian’s only surviving total circus building) dating back to the early 1900s.