About this siteWelcome. This site has been created by the Parish Council to allow us to better connect with the people living and working in our parish. You can read more about what the council does here and you can leave a response on most pages to let us know your views on the subject.
Clerk - Mrs Mo Anderson-Dungar
Norfolk NR11 7DY
T: 01263 732530
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The following message was received via Police Connect this afternoon:
Police have received a report of an elderly resident in Reepham agreeing to pay for hedge trimming and then asked for £200 to clear away the clippings. The resident has refused to pay this but agreed for a copper water tank to be taken away in exchange for their removal and only the tank has been taken.
PC Andy Mason, Broadland Engagement Officer commented “Reports of rogue traders, cowboy builders and doorstep callers are unfortunately still a concern for both Norfolk Police and Trading Standards Departments. Rogue traders trick people into paying very high prices for unnecessary or shoddy work primarily on homes or garden maintenance”. To avoid becoming a victim of rogue traders, follow these simple steps:
· Never agree to have work done by somebody who is just passing or take their word that it needs to be done at all.
· Never pay for work before it is completed.
· Do not accept any offer from them to drive you to the bank to withdraw money.
· If you need work done, then visit www.checkatrade.com or call by phone on 0333 0146 190 or contact your local councils Trusted Trader Service.
For Further Crime Prevention Advice:-
For Norfolk dial 101 and ask to speak to your local Architectural Liaison Officer (ALO)
This year’s Annual Parish Meeting will be held on Tuesday 14 March 2017 at 7pm in the Jubilee Hall. This is YOUR chance to find out what the Council has done during the past year and what plans there are for 2017/18.
Following changes in the organisation of the Police, we have invited PC Peter Davison, the newly appointed Community Engagement Officer, based at North Walsham, to come along and give an overview of his role within the new structure. He has confirmed he will be attending, so please come along.
You will find the Agenda and the draft Minutes of last year’s meeting in the relevant sections of the Meetings pages.
Would you be prepared to pay an extra 8p per week for policing? ………….
Find out more about the police budget and take the online survey here
The Parish Council adopted the accounts at the May meeting, and completed the first 2 sections of the Annual Return. The Independent Internal Auditor will report to the June meeting.
All local government electors have the right to inspect the accounts for a statutory period before the external audit Please see the Notice of Elector’s Rights for the arrangements.
Now that all the work is finished, the Jubilee Hall Management Committee invites everyone to an Open Morning on Saturday 26 March 2016, from 10a.m. to 1p.m. Come along, have a cuppa and a look at the improved facilities.
Members of the Committee will be on hand to show you round and answer any questions you may have.
The Annual Parish Meeting will be held on Tuesday 8 March 2016, at 7pm in the Jubilee Hall. This is YOUR chance to hear about the Council’s work during the past year, and to flag up issues you would like the Parish Council to work on in the coming year.
A highlight of the meeting this year will be Peter Evans, Chairman of Norfolk Homewatch, who will update us on the latest developments. We do have a couple of schemes running in the village and want to re-launch to take account of changes in property ownerships etc.
You can find the agenda and read the minutes of last year’s meeting in the “meetings” section of the website.
As usual, the meeting will be followed by a parish council meeting. The council still has 3 vacancies for councillors – if you’ve been thinking about it, come along and find out more. The parish also needs a new oil scheme co-ordinator – it’s not an onerous task as there is no bulk ordering involved with the AF Affinity scheme. Once people have registered, it’s their decision whether or not to use the scheme for their purchases.
The Parish Council has two vacancies at the present time, both of which can be filled by co-option.
If you would like more information on the work of a Councillor, please contact the Clerk or one of the current Councillors. Alternatively, please look at this leaflet which was prepared as information for the 2015 elections.
It’s difficult for the Council to go forward without a full complement of Councillors – there must be someone out there with a little time to spare. If you’re interested, please contact either the Clerk or one of the existing Councillors – alternatively come along to a parish council meeting, you will be surprised at the variety of issues the Council deals with!