Bramerton Parish Council works together with South Norfolk Council, Norfolk County Council and The Broads Authority to ensure local facilities are well maintained. Our main responsibility is the regular maintenance of parish land at Bramerton Common beside the River Yare (including a Site of Special Scientific Interest); the recreation ground, pond and children’s play area next to the Village Hall on Easthill Lane; the allotments on Hill House Road and the village pond on The Street. We are also responsible for the maintenance of the bus shelter on Kirby Bedon Road and the (now disused) telephone box in The Street.
The Parish Council meets every two months in Bramerton Village Hall and parishioners are always welcome to attend. You can find information about forthcoming meetings, and minutes of previous meetings by clicking here Agenda & Minutes. Copies of minutes and agendas are also posted on the village noticeboards – one at the southern end of The Street and the other in Easthill Lane.
The Parish Council currently has a vacancy. Becoming a Parish Councillor is a rewarding and valued form of public service. The Parish Council meets monthly, with the exception of August and December as standard practice. Help us to make a difference. If you are interested in joining the Parish Council please contact the Parish Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively speak to an existing member of the Parish Council, all contact details can be found on the “Councillors and Contact Details” page of this website.
Wherrymans Way – Public Meeting January 2020
Please see attached presentation received from Norfolk County Council in relation to the Wherrymans Way public meeting January 2020 – Presentation
The Parish Council is required to publish details about its work, including a statement about governance, expenditure and the annual accounts, etc and this information is available by clicking here Annual statements.
If you are interested in having an allotment we have a few available from the beginning of this season (spring 2019). An allotment costs around £22 a year and provides you with plenty of space to grow fresh fruit and veg of the table. For more information contact the Parish Clerk, details below.
Get in touch
If you want to find out more about the work of the Parish Council, for example to enquire about allotments, ask about past or future meetings, or have a concern about current issues in the village please contact the Parish Clerk, Yvonne Wonnacott, on 01508 494635 or email email@example.com.
Your local South Norfolk Councillor is Vic Thompson, he is also your local Norfolk County Councillor and your representative on the Broads Authority. For his contact details click here Contact Vic Thompson.