Crimestoppers want to recruit volunteers as community co-ordinators. These co-ordinators provide a useful link with Crimestoppers regional managers. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer Crimestoppers co-ordinator, please look at the following links: email@example.com or https://crimestoppers-uk.org/support-us/volunteer/ways-to-volunteer which gives some more details about volunteering for Crimestoppers.
The Chairman has called an extraordinary meeting of the Parish Council to be held at 7.00 pm on Thursday 22 November 2018 in the Village Hall, Easthill Lane, Bramerton.
As all the business of this meeting relates to the terms and conditions of employment of the Parish Clerk the public will be excluded from this meeting under Section 1(2) of the Public Admission to Meetings Act 1960.
- To pass a motion to exclude the public under Section 1(2) of the Public admissions to meetings act 1960.
- To receive the recommendation of the interview panel and consider the appointment of the new Parish Clerk.
- If the appointment is ratified, to consider:
- the reimbursement to be paid to the new Parish Clerk;
- the hours for which the new Parish Clerk should be employed;
- if this pay should be reviewed annually, and if so when the first review should take place;
- whether we will make any pension contributions to the candidate;
- payment of the new Parish Clerk during the hand-over period.
In glorious sunshine the congregation of the parish church of St Peter’s gathered at 11am on Sunday 11 November 2018 to remember those who gave their lives for their country. The names of those from Bramerton who died in World War 1 were read by Chris Hawes: Lieutenant Colonel J R M Beckett DSO, Private S J Daynes, Private W A Daynes, Private J P Debbage, Lance Corporal H E Doggett, Private A S Frost, Lance Corporal H S Hayes, Private P W Norman, Leading Seaman J H Osborne RN, and Lance Corporal W F Perfitt. A wreath was laid by the oldest resident in the parish, Tony Coles.
They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning,
We will remember them.
Sally Ann Meadows has put together a small but very informative exhibition which provides some fascinating details about the lives of the men who left the village to fight on foreign soil and who paid the ultimate sacrifice. The exhibition will be in the church for the next few weeks. You can visit the church at any time of the day.
Following the exhibition and feedback from both parishioners and the Parish Council, a revised plan will be now be submitted for discussion at a Cabinet Meeting in December and not on November 5th. This is a meeting held in public if parishioners wish to attend.
Further information about the changes can be found on the links below.
draft bramerton_character_appraisal July 2018
The latest news from the Broads Authority can be found by clicking here Broads Briefing – Oct 2018
The next police accountability forum will be held on 31 January – for further details click Police & crime commissioner.
PC Stuart Sansbury is your local Norfolk Poice beat manager and you can contact him at Building 7, Police Headquarters, Falconers Chase, Wymondham, Norfolk, NR18 OWW, telephone 01603 276205 or mobile 07967821407 .
Stuart has a place on the London marathon in 2019 and, following a near fatal asthma attack by his five year old daughter, he will be running in aid of Asthma UK. If you would like to sponsor him go to Just giving for PC 1200.
What a fabulous turn out on Saturday for our community café coffee morning! As you can see, the cakes were cracking and the conversation never stopped as neighbours caught up with all the latest village news and gossip. All thanks to Jane and Angie and their band of helpers who made it such a marvellous morning.
The next community café coffee morning is on 1 December, so make a note in your diary. More details in due course.