Parish Council News
Dates and agendas are displayed on the website and noticeboards in the villages. The public and press are welcome to attend all meetings.
Cranworth Parish Council meet at 7.30pm in Cranworth Village Hall. For more information please contact any Councillor: Charles Brown (Chair), Robena Brown, Hilary Campion, Chris Eglington, Gerry Ireland, Angela Lavers and Martin Lavers or the Clerk, Heidi Frary: email@example.com or phone: 01603 759215
Garvestone, Reymerston & Thuxton Parish Council
Invitations for tenders for the tenancy of Surveyor’s Land, Reymerston are now invited by the Garvestone Trust. For further details please contact the parish clerk, Frances Needham, firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 01362 822475.
Barford & Wramplingham Parish Council meet at 7.30pm in Barford Village Hall. For more information please contact any Councillor: Keith Waldron (Chair), Sandra Betts, Tony Bone, Norman Cox, Mary Dorrell, John Easton, Sara Harrold or the Clerk, Heidi Frary – email@example.com or phone: 01603 759215.
Barnham Broom Parish Council meet at 7.30pm in the village hall on the third Thursday each month except for December and August. Contact the clerk, Jordana Wheeler on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 01953 809704. Please see website for council documents or notice board by the shop.
There is a defibrillator situated outside BB village hall for the general public to use in the case of emergency.
Hardingham Parish Council meet at 7pm in Hardingham Village Hall. (Noticeboard in the bus shelter) For more information please contact any of the Councillors or the Clerk, Heidi Frary on 01603 759215 or email@example.com
Kimberley and Carleton Forehoe Parish Council meet four times per year, in Kimberley Church (February, September and November) and Carleton Forehoe Church (May). The Parish Clerk, Catherine Moore, can be contacted on 01493 749918 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Council documents are available on the website
Whinburgh & Westfield Parish Council.
Following a recent incident in one of our parishes, residents are respectfully reminded by the clerk of one of our Parish Councils, that ‘Footpaths’ are for walking along only, whereas those designated ‘Bridleways’ may also be used by those on horseback. If there is any uncertainty over what is a footpath and what is a bridleway, go to http://maps.norfolk.gov.uk/highways/
Brandon Parva, Coston, Runhall & Welborne Parish Council
Our meetings are held in Welborne Village Hall, bi-monthly. All meetings start at 7:30pm. Contact details of councillors and information regarding meeting dates, etc, can be found at www.bpcrwparishcouncil.info or from the Clerk, Bev Long on email@example.com or phone: 01362 850162.