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Honorary alderman status for former city councillor

Published on Thursday, 26th September 2019

Norwich City Council’s longest serving councillor has received a prestigious title recognising his exemplary service to the city.

  • First steps taken to bring important services back under council control

    Published: Wednesday, 25th September 2019

    The city council has confirmed its approach on transferring a number of services back into direct council control following discussions with Norse.

  • Christmas closure information

    Published: Friday, 14th December 2018

    The council’s main offices and phone lines will be closed from 4pm on Monday 24 December and reopen on Wednesday 2 January.

  • City Hall celebrates equality for National Democracy Week

    Published: Friday, 29th June 2018

    City Hall will be lit up in purple, white and green during National Democracy week (2-8 July).

  • Lord Mayor and Sheriff appointed at civic ceremony

    Published: Tuesday, 22nd May 2018

    The city’s Lord Mayor and Sheriff of Norwich have taken on their civic roles after being ceremonially sworn in today.

  • Opening the doors to democracy

    Published: Friday, 6th October 2017

    If you’re passionate about your local area and want to know more about decision making in Norwich, come along to City Hall during this year’s Local Democracy Week (Monday 9 – Friday 13 October).

  • What can MyNorwich do for you?

    Published: Monday, 14th November 2016

    Free help to accessing MyNorwich, an online tool which finds services and facilities near you, is available at City Hall this Wednesday 16 November.

  • Come on in to City Hall

    Published: Friday, 7th October 2016

    ‘It’s your City Hall – come on in” is the message from Norwich City Council as it invites residents to pop in to its headquarters on Wednesday 12 October during Local Democracy Week.

  • Local election results, 5 May 2016

    Published: Friday, 6th May 2016

    Following yesterday’s local elections in Norwich, Labour remains the party in power, having a majority of the council’s 39 seats.

  • Chinese New Year

    Chinese New Year feast fundraiser

    Published: Friday, 12th February 2016

    Celebrations will take place next week to mark the most important festival in the Chinese calendar and raise funds for charity.