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Our contact details are on the right hand side of the page.

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Acle Church Concert

Charity concert poster

Agenda for 27th June 2016


Draft minutes of 23rd May 2016

23rd May 2016

Acle Emergency Relief Fund

Acle Flood Poster

fundaising appeal

Acle Emergency Relief Fund

Please consider a donation to help those affected by the flooding on Tuesday in Acle. Some people have lost everything! It could so easily have been YOU!

Please make cheques payable to Norfolk Community Foundation reference Acle Emergency Relief Fund.

Norfolk Community Foundation
St. James Mill
Norwich NR3 1TN

Bank Transfer
Bank: Norfolk Community Foundation
Account: 90443190
Sort Code: 206253

Please give whatever you can afford, even a pound will help. Barclays Bank and Lloyds have all the information to hand, so you can take, cash, cheques or bank transfers there.
Thank you Angela Bishop Parish Council 07956 199356

Flooding appeal

Acle Flooding Appeal
Acle Good Neighbours will be raising money to help those affected by yesterday’s flooding. We will also be grateful for donations of furniture, electrical items, toys etc. At present we are working out how to do this, where items will be stored etc. So please if you have anything to give, let us know, but hang on to it for now please. We will let you know where you can bring your donations as soon as we can. Acle is a great place to live and you are all such generous, lovely people, I know you will help. Ring or text Angela Bishop on 07956 199356

Waterers required for hanging baskets

Waterers needed!

One and a half hours per evening

To water the hanging baskets along the street in the village

£7.20 per hour

Starting shortly and   continuing until early September

You can choose to do one evening or several evenings per week

Water cart provided, and hi-viz jacket


Contact Tony Hemmingway on:

07594 948 727


Please help at Damgate Wood

After the successful award of £8,000 as part of the Tesco Bags of Help scheme,
Acle Lands Trust now needs your help to create the path through Damgate Wood.
Initially we have 40 tonnes of stone to move into the wood, this will create approximately the first 250m of path. Access is limited so we will be using wheelbarrows to move the materials.
When: Saturday 25th June & Sunday 26th June, from 10am each day.
Where: Reedham Road entrance to Damgate Wood.
Volunteers of all ages & capabilities will be required, we need to clear the temporary woodchip surface, load barrows, push barrows, rake & level the stone.
You don’t need to commit to a whole day, just give as much time as you can spare. Many hands make light work!
If you have access to a heavy duty pneumatic tyre wheelbarrow then please bring it along.
For further details and to give an indication of volunteer numbers at any one time please email aclelandstrust@gmail.com detailing availability for Saturday/Sunday AM or PM.

Planning Meeting – 6th June 2016

Planning agenda 6th June

Exciting News

Last week Acle Parish Council bought the freehold of the Barclays Bank building in the village, at auction, subject to any last minute legal hitches… The price bid was £375,000. Barclays will remain as tenants and will pay rent to the Parish Council. The rent gives a much better return on capital than the current interest rate. The money used to buy the building is from the capital receipts from  the sale of the Springfield land.

The Parish Council is very excited to have obtained this site. It will enable protection for  this building and car park for the future. In the long term, should Barclays choose not to renew its lease, then the building can be let to another tenant, or used for community use.