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.
About a very Brexit musical is co-written by Bramerton resident and University of Cambridge student, Molly Cook, and fellow student, Anthony Gray. As a result of its very successful debut they have been offered a month’s run at world-renowned comedy club, Just The Tonic at the Edinburgh Fringe from 2 – 26 August 2018.
Now you can be part of this great team because rehearsals will take place right here in Bramerton at the renowned Village Hall in Easthill Lane, so we are looking for accommodation for 11 members of the band and crew for the 27- 31 July. Can you offer a room to one or more members of the team?
Please see the Host families poster and the AVBM Host Flyer for more details.
The next district meeting for South Norfolk residents will be held on 2nd May 2018 at Hobart High School, George Street, Loddon between 7 and 9pm.
PC1224, Jim Squires would very much like to see you there. Come along and there will be an opportunity for you to raise any concerns you may have.
The 2018 annual parish meeting was held on Monday 23 April in the village hall. Many thanks to all who attended.
You can read the following reports by clicking on the links below:
Parish council Chairs report 2018 – Keith Wheeldon
South Norfolk District Councillor report – Vic Thomson
Norfolk County Councillor report – Vic Thomson
Bramerton Society report – Jane Wheeldon
St Peter’s Church report – Chris Hawes
Reports were also received from Geoff Shaw, chairman of the village hall committee, and Dick Meadows on behalf of Bramerton relief-in-need trust. For details of the work of this trust click connections page.
Parishioners made a number of proposals relating to litter and speeding in the village and these will be considered at the next parish council meeting on 21 May.
After the meeting Steve Beckett from South Norfolk District Council spoke about the coming appraisal of the village conservation area which led to a lively debate. All parishioners should have received a map showing the draft proposed changes to the conservation with their recent copy of the Bugle and you can see it by clicking Conservation area draft #1. It will be a few weeks before the formal appraisal is published but if you have views on the draft proposal or have other comments about changes to the conservation area please send them to email@example.com and it would be useful if you could copy your email to the Parish Clerk Bransell@gmail.com.
To find out more about conservation areas in England you may find the RICS website helpful – RICS conservation area guidance.
The next parish council meeting will be held at 7.30pm on Monday 21 May in the village hall. The draft agenda for this meeting may be found by clicking Draft agenda May 2018.
Members of the public are welcome to attend any parish council meeting and there is always an opportunity for you to speak about any item under discussion. For further information please email Brian Ansell the clerk to the council.
BRAMERTON PARISH COUNCIL
ANNUAL TIDY UP AND SAFETY TASKS
SATURDAY MORNING 5th MAY 2018 commencing 09:30 at the Village Hall Car Park
Following the great success of our community spring litter pick at the end of March, come and join us on our Recreation Ground to carry out essential work in readiness for summer!
Many hands will make light work and we would welcome your help, even for only for an hour or two.
- Edging the slide and climbing frame areas
- Minor tasks specified in our safety report
- Painting parts of the slide to cure rust
- Cleaning off algae from seating benches
- Reducing the height of numerous mole hills
- Raking over grass areas to remove twigs and leaves
- Other jobs we might identify on site.
Suggested meeting time of 09:30 on the Village Hall Car Park, running through to mid-morning. Bring some refreshments for a picnic break at half-time.
Names in advance would be helpful, but if not just turn up on the day. Some tools and materials will be provided, or bring your own for your preferred tasks.
Contact – Roger Smith
Tel 01508 538225 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Volunteers will visit the client weekly for around 2 or 3 hours a week, for a period of 2-8 weeks, depending on the goal the individual would like to achieve. All volunteers will receive full training, including the opportunity to attend a 2 day course in health coaching, and ongoing support. This is a great opportunity to make a real difference to your local community.
For more information about becoming a Health goal volunteer, please contact Pavlina Parashkevova, Volunteer Co-Ordinator (South) on 01603 272336 or email email@example.com.