Category Archives: Helpful Information
We understand that, as Barclays own their building in Loddon, the ATM (cash point) will remain for at least 6 months after they close on 15 December. They are hoping to reach an agreement with whoever takes over the building … Continue reading
The latest update can be read here.
“Thinking Fuel” is a scheme run by Community Action Norfolk (previously Norfolk RCC) to maximise the power of bulk-buying to ensure the lowest possible prices for domestic heating oil. Details can be found by clicking here. Claxton Parish Council is a … Continue reading
South Norfolk Council are running free information sessions to help residents make the most of skills available within the community. These sessions are called Pick ‘N’ Mix Bitesize Learning and will be held on the last Thursday of every month, … Continue reading
South Norfolk Council have issued new guidance to every household about what can – and can’t – be recycled. See the extracts below and check out here. Paper Newspapers and magazines White and coloured paper Greetings cards (without glitter) Envelopes … Continue reading
Please click here to see the latest news from the County Council about the NDR from Transport for Norwich.
The County Council have notified us of some timetable changes to the service 85, to reflect the addition of Claxton to the service, with effect from Monday 18 September. Service 85A is being withdrawn barring a feeder service to Loddon on … Continue reading
South Norfolk Council are currently seeing high levels of fly tipping and littering in South Norfolk. Both of these have a negative impact on the environment and human health. They have often found that fly tipping has occurred because residents … Continue reading
To see the latest news about the NDR please click here.
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