Monthly Archives: May 2017
The Better Broadband for Norfolk has issued a new briefing note which is set out below.
Race Night was a great success in April hosted by the inimitable Ray Wharton. Some people were lucky, others not so, but a good time was had by everyone. A tasty Ploughman’s half way through the evening and drinks from … Continue reading
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Meeting held on Wednesday 17 May 2017 in Claxton Village Hall at 8.36pm. In attendance: Mrs Pat Clare (Chair, presiding), Mrs Mary Button, Mr David Hamblin, Mr Jason Cantrill and Ms Sarah Kennedy (Councillors) and Mr Mike Balmer (Clerk). Also … Continue reading
Minutes of Annual Parish Meeting on 17 May 2017 [UNCONFIRMED UNTIL APPROVED BY 2018 ANNUAL PARISH MEETING]
Held on Wednesday 17 May 2017 in Claxton Village Hall at 1930 hours. Present: Mrs Pat Clare (Chair, presiding), Mrs M Button, Mr D Hamblin, Mr J Cantrill and Ms S Kennedy (Councillors), Mr M Balmer (Clerk) and 15 Parishioners/Members … Continue reading
In early 2016 the Parish Council decided to roll forward the 2010-15 Parish Plan rather than creating a new one for the following 5 years. There has been very little change since then but we have nonetheless updated it slightly … Continue reading
Membership: Roland Kaye, Chair and independent member (ends April 2017) David Bissonnet, Chair and independent member (from April 2017) Pat Clare, Secretary and Chair of Parish Council Mike Balmer, Treasurer, Independent Mary Button, Parish Councillor Paul Carter, representing Church Jason … Continue reading
Dear all, Please see my report for this month. Governance Review Due to the snap general election the consultation period has been extended for the South Norfolk Community Governance review. The deadline has now been moved back to July 12. … Continue reading
Can it really be a year since the last Village Quiz? Well, almost. The next one is only 5 weeks away. Details are on the flyer below. Don’t miss out. Phone Julia now.
The mobile library service provide residents living in more isolated rural communities that do not have a library building, with the opportunity to borrow books and access other library and council services. Mobile libraries are free to join and are … Continue reading