Category Archives: Village News
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
To All Members and Members of Staff, Volunteers, Parish Councils and Stakeholders We have had a really busy time over the last few weeks – September/October is often like that. This week we have not only had a peer review … Continue reading
Details of this year’s Ceilidh are in the poster below.
Saturday’s coffee morning in support of Macmillan Cancer Support was very well attended. Thanks to everyone who gave generously to this excellent cause. A total of £700 was raised for this popular and worthy cause. Below are a couple of … 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
George Lane Roundabout – Loddon When outline planning permission was granted for the construction of up to 200 houses on land to the north of George Lane in 2014, which included a new roundabout with the A146, Halsbury Homes, the … 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
Briefing by the Chief Executive of the Broads Authority To All Members and Members of Staff, Volunteers, Parish Councils and Stakeholders As you would expect August has been a really busy month out in the Broads. Last week was particularly … 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