It might be summer but festive feelings are in full swing at Great Yarmouth Town Hall
- Credit: James Bass
Christmas might feel a long way off but plans to transform Great Yarmouth's Town Hall into an festive venue are well underway.
In its continuing efforts to promote the Town Hall, Great Yarmouth Borough Council is reminding residents they can book the Assembly Room for large functions and special occasions.
This Christmas, the recently refurbished room will be available on Thursday and Friday nights through December - 5, 6, 12, 13, 19 and 20, starting from 7pm.
The council said the grand setting can seat up to 200 people around a central dance floor and pre-booked parties will include a traditional Christmas three course dinner and live band.
Prices start from £35 per head, with a minimum booking of 10 people. For more details call 01493 846125, email email@example.com or visit www.great-yarmouth.gov.uk/celebrate-christmas.
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