Welcome to the Acle Parish Council website.

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

There is a new website for the whole village of Acle – take a look at

www.VisitAcle.com

 

Agenda for meeting on 26th June 2017

Agenda

Two additional sets of plans have been received and will be considered at the meeting on Monday night:

20171023 – Mr Storey, North View, The Hill – two storey side extension and single storey rear extension with balcony over

20170964- Mrs Rodriguez, Bali Hai, Boat Dyke Lane – two storey east side extension, replacement single storey west side extension and detached double garage situated on land forward of the principal elevation of the dwelling

 

Emergency road closure in Halvergate

Halvergate NTRO786 Emergency

First Responders meeting 5th July

Brundall Area Community First Responders:  You are invited to attend a meeting of The Friends of our local Community First Responders, to be held at St Peter’s Church, Church Road, Lingwood NR13 4TR on Wednesday, 5th July (7.30 p.m.) .   First Responders are volunteers, trained by the Ambulance Service, who attend people who have called for an ambulance.  The Friends group publicises this work, encourages others to train to become a Responder, and raises funds for equipment.  This will be followed by the Responders’ meeting and training, which you are also welcome to attend.  More information available from Christine: (01603) 713583

Concert in Upton on 1st July

All in a Garden Green

a celebration of the garden through the ages in music and words

        

St Margaret’s Church, Upton

Saturday 1st July

BBQ 6.30pm and performance 7.30pm

 

Tickets £10 (accompanied under 16’s free), BBQ, salad bar, tea and coffee included (bring own drinks).

 

Tickets available from Upton Community shop and the Rectory.

 

Contact the Rectory South Walsham for more information on

01603 270769 or officebroadside@gmail.com

Draft minutes for meeting on 22nd May 2017

Minutes

Information on Broadland constituency

Click here for BBC website

Dementia garden at Acle Methodist Church

Advice from Action Fraud

Smishing – the term used for SMS phishing – is an activity which enables criminals to steal victims’ money or identity, or both, as a result of a response to a text message. Smishing uses your mobile phone (either a smartphone or traditional non-internet connected handset) to manipulate innocent people into taking various actions which can lead to being defrauded.

The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau has received information that fraudsters are targeting victims via text message, purporting to be from their credit card provider, stating a transaction has been approved on their credit card.

The text message further states to confirm if the transaction is genuine by replying ‘Y’ for Yes or ‘N’ for No.

Through this method the fraudster would receive confirmation of the victim’s active telephone number and would be able to engage further by asking for the victim’s credit card details, CVV number (the three digits on the back of your bank card) and/or other personal information.

Protect yourself:

  • Always check the validity of the text message by contacting your credit card provider through the number provided at the back of the card or on the credit card/bank statement.
  • Beware of cold calls purporting to be from banks and/or credit card providers.
  • If the phone call from the bank seems suspicious, hang up the phone and wait for 10 minutes before calling the bank back. Again, refer to the number at the back of the card or on the bank statement in order to contact your bank.
  • If you have been a victim of fraud or cyber crime, please report it to Action Fraud athttp://www.actionfraud.police.uk/ or alternatively by calling 0300 123 2040

NCC free taster sessions

As part of the National Festival of Learning, NCC are running a huge variety of FREE taster sessions from 30 May to 3 June, so come along and join in the fun!

Here are just a few of the interesting and unusual things you can have a go at:
Crowdfunding,
Coding,
Animation,
Word, Excel, Publisher, Powerpoint
History and nature walks,

Maths, English, Science  
Languages, lipreading and British Sign Language
Creative sewing, hand knitting, needle felted motifs
Watercolour and acrylic painting,
Lino, t-shirt and intaglio printing,
Digital map making,
Facebook for beginners
Digital photography

Pilates
and many, many more. See the full list here

 www.norfolk.gov.uk/adultlearning

0344 800 8020

Acle Youth Club event

Photo by Simon Finlay Photography.

Click here for more details of the event