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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Trinity V

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St Andew’s Claxton*    

 

Dear All,

I hope your day has begun well.
Today marks the re-opening of services in church in our benefice, beginning with morning prayer at Surlingham, 10am. The order of service is attached here morning prayer 12.7.20 (1) and also forms the basis of this week’s video service, filmed at Claxton Church. :
Unfortunately, Zoom Happy Hour has been cancelled, as Helen’s mother is unwell and we are travelling to Anglesey to support her and care for Helen’s father.
Next Sunday’s benefice service will be held at Rockland St. Mary, 10am. Please e-mail or leave a message on 01508 508014 if you wish to attend.
Best wishes,
Nick and Helen
* Copyright S Knott http://www.norfolkchurches.co.uk
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Emergency road closure in the Parish of Bramerton

In accordance with the provisions of Section 14(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act, 1984, the Norfolk County Council HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that owing to Anglian Water emergency works to a visibly leaking communication pipe the use by vehicles of the C202 The Street from its junction with C195 Surlingham Lane southwards for a distance of 40 metres in the PARISH OF BRAMERTON will be temporarily prohibited from 9th July 2020 to 15th July 2020 for the duration of the works, expected to be about 7 days within the period. If necessary the restriction could run for a maximum period of 21 days.

Alternative route is via: Kirby Road, A146 Loddon Road/ Norwich Road, C554 Norwich Road, Langley Road, Staithe Road, Langley Green, Norwich Road, Ferry Road, The Street, Claxton Corner, Lower Road, New Inn Hill, The Street, Rookery Hill, Bramerton Lane, Rockland Road, The Street (Ashby St. Mary/ Caistor St. Edmund and Bixley/ Kirby Bedon/ Rockland St. Mary/ Yelverton/ Langley with Hardley/ Chedgrave/ Framingham Pigot/ Carleton St. Peter/ Claxton/ Holverston/ Hellington/ Trowse with Newton/ Thurton/ Bergh Apton/ Bramerton).

(If necessary the restriction could run for a maximum period of 18 months from the date of the Order)

Please be aware that the Parish Council has asked for this road closure to be suspended until work actually starts, but so far we have had no response to this request.

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British Horse Society – Historical Researcher

Do you hack out?  Do you know whether the routes you ride on are legally recorded?  “Find the missing pieces, fill in the gaps, complete the jigsaw!” –  BHS 2026 – Historical Researcher.

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What is happening in Norwich and who is open

Website guide to what is happening in Norwich and who is open.

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Consultation on temporary changes to some Norwich streets

NCC logo v2Have your say on temporary changes to some Norwich streets, to support safe shopping and travel around the city, link to consultation.

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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 8020.

Alternatively, if you have access to a computer then all information can be found at Norfolk.gov.uk/coronavirus

As part of our response to the Covid-19 pandemic we have a range of extra support in place for people who need it.  If you need help and support with anything from getting access to food, picking up prescriptions or making your property safe, to community alarms or assisted bin collections then call 0344 800 8020

Norfolk Resilience Forum

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Play area now open!

THE CHILDREN’S PLAY AREA IS OPEN ONCE AGAIN!

Please follow current Government advice regarding Covid 19

Users of the play area do so at their own risk

We recommend no more than 6 people should be within the fenced play area at any time

Keep your distance – 2 metres from any other user

Wash your hands and/or use sanitiser before and after using the play equipment

Please take your rubbish home

Stay safe and enjoy your visit!

Screenshot 2020-03-02 at 12.01.56Please remember that dogs are not permitted in the fenced play area.

We are concerned that the No Dogs notices at each gate have been removed from the play area on a number of occasions. You should not be walking your dog through the play area because it is reserved for children, and nobody wants children playing where dogs might have been fouling.
4 July 2020

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Trinity IV, Zoom serice & church openings

IMG_7245Dear All,

We hope your day is going well. We’ve attached today’s Morning Prayer order of service here
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We have another engagement this afternoon, so in place of this week’s Happy Hour, there will be a service of Night Prayer at 8.00pm – a peaceful way to end Sunday. Please e-mail or ring us on 01508 538014 if you would like a Zoom invitation.
Two more of our churches are opening for private prayer this week, which means that between 10am and 5pm you can visit on the following days:
Tuesdays         Rockland
Wednesdays   Surlingham
Saturdays        Claxton
We’ll keep you posted about further re-openings.
From today, churches can open for public worship following new guidelines. We’re planning to hold a weekly benefice service from next Sunday onwards. There will be a morning service at Surlingham Church on July 12th at 10.00am. Due to social distancing rules, there will be a limited number of places, so please would you let us know if you wish to attend. If there are a large number of people coming, we will arrange a second service there, beginning at 11.15am.
Your prayers and support as we enter this new phase are greatly appreciated.
Best wishes,
Nick and Helen
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South Norfolk Bulletin – Edition 75

South Norfolk Bulletin – Edition 75

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