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Former Parish Council website now obsolete

https://bramertonpc.wixsite.com/bramertonpc In line with new website accessibility requirements the Parish Council is pleased to announce the launch of a new improved website which replaces the former Bramerton Village website (https://bramertonvillage.org/).  This new site is the official website for Bramerton Parish … Continue reading

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Mobile Libraries are back out on the road!

The Mobile Libraries are back out on the road with safety measures currently in place for both staff and visitors. Safety measures are as below; There will only be 1 person or household (of up to 3 people) aboard at … Continue reading

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National Trading Standards Scam Team

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Eleven Says – October / November 2020

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Cadent update – Yelverton site, Slade Lane

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Rockland St Mary and District Gardening Club

Here is an update on the Gardening Club.  Six members of the committee met on Tuesday evening to discuss the current situation in light of the new regulations introduced by the Government on Monday. It was agreed to suspend all … Continue reading

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New dog bin installed at the Recreation Ground

The Parish Council is pleased to advise that in response to parishioner feedback a new dog bin has been installed at the Recreation Ground.

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Norfolk County Council – Guide to reducing the spread of Coronavirus in Norfolk

A guide to reducing the spread of Coronavirus in Norfolk

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Norfolk Coronavirus Response

We want to keep everyone informed about how to stay safe and healthy during the coronavirus outbreak. Would you like to receive key information from the Norfolk Resilience Forum in printed form?  If so please call us on 0344 800 … Continue reading

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Norfolk Safeguarding Adults Board – New campaign

NSAB has launched a new campaign against adult abuse with the slogan See Something Hear Something Say Something There is a special number to ring 0344 800 8020 if you are worried about an adult being abused or at risk … Continue reading

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