As you can see from the poster above, South Norfolk Council is in the process of reviewing Bramerton Conservation area and a copy of the proposed changes is available by clicking Bramerton proposals. You are able to view and comment on these proposals from today until 29 July.
These proposals will be on view in the village on Monday 23 July from 16:15 – 19:15 at the village hall in Easthill Lane. During that time South Norfolk conservation officer, Steve Beckett, will be on hand to discuss the proposals. Later that evening these proposals will be discussed at the Parish Council meeting which starts at 19:30 on 23 July. Please make a note in your diary and come along to have your say.
Enquiries and written comments on these proposals should be addressed to email@example.com or you may contact Steve Beckett on 01508 533812.
Great to see so many at the village hall coffee morning on 30 June. Many thanks to all involved in preparing drinks and baking a wonderful selection of home made cakes.
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The latest newsletter of the Broads Authority, Broads Briefing, can be found by clicking Broads briefing June 2018.
Each year the Parish Council is required to publish details of our spending over the previous financial period, April – March. The Annual governance and accountability return provides you with information about our expenditure and about the way we work. It also tells you that our accounts have been independently audited. To see the 2017/18 return click Bramerton PC Annual governance return 2017/18. The return is in a format which is determined by central government.
Planning application 2018/0482
South Norfolk Council has considered and refused the application for one dwelling and associated external works on land to the west of 4, Church Farm Close in Bramerton. This is the third time an application for a dwelling on this land has been refused. For further details go to the South Norfolk Planning portal application 2018/0482.
Final rehearsals for About a very Brexit musical (written by Bramerton resident and University of Cambridge student, Molly Cook, and fellow student Anthony Gray) take place in Bramerton Village Hall towards the end of July.
Before the production opens at the world-renowned comedy club, Just The Tonic, as part of the Edinburgh Fringe on 2 August there will be a preview performance in Norwich on 30 July.
To reserve seats for this preview performance please ring 01508 537041 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.