November 2017

Agenda for 27th November 2017

Agenda

Draft minutes of meeting of 30th October 2017

30th October 2017

Give blood – 5th December

Tuesday, 5th December at Acle Recreation Centre

Ring 0300 123 23 23 or click here to book a slot

Police meeting 24th November

On Friday, 24th November there will be a public meeting with Inspector Lisa Hooper who manages the Acle area (Acle and 11 surrounding parishes). This is a public meeting to talk about the changes to the police structure – making PCSOs redundant and closing the Acle station. Please come along and bring your friends or neighbours as it’s an important change.

7.00pm at Acle Methodist Church, Bridewell Lane. Refreshments from 6.45pm.

Weekend closures of South Walsham Road 2/3 and 9/10 December

NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL has made a Temporary Traffic Order affecting the C875 South Walsham Road from a point 150 metres north west of its junction with the U59932 Englands Road for a distance of 320 metres north westwards in the PARISH OF ACLE because of sewer connection works.

The road will be temporarily closed (except for access) from 2nd December 2017 to 3rd December 2017 and 9th December 2017 to 10th December 2017 for the duration of the works, expected to be 4 days within the period.

Support from UK Power Networks

Do you need extra support during a power cut or do you know someone else that would need extra support? Our services are free to customers who need support.

Power cuts don’t happen very often but if the electricity network is damaged or develops a fault it’s our job to get your power back on. Our engineers will work around the clock 24/7 to restore your power as quickly and as safely as possible.

If you live in London, the East or South East of England, then being on our Priority Services Register will ensure you will receive extra support if you experience a power cut.

What help should I expect to get during a power cut?
✔ A priority number that you can call 24 hours a day
✔ A dedicated team who will contact you to keep you updated during a power cut
✔ We can put you in touch with an expert who can offer you advice on energy bills and energy saving tips if this is important to you
✔ Tailored support if needed such as home visits, hot meals, advice and keeping your friends and relatives updated
✔ In certain scenarios we may also offer a free hotel overnight and transport to the hotel

Who can register to receive extra support?
• Customers who rely on medical equipment
• Customers who are chronically ill
• Customers with a disability
• Customers who have dementia
• Customers who are blind or partially sighted
• Customers who are deaf or hard of hearing
• Customers who are of pensionable age
• A nursing or residential home
• Customers with children under five in their household
• Any other case that you would like us to consider

Register here

Local Plan documents

This area comes under Broadland and the Broads Authority

Links to Local Plan Documents at Nov 17 (2)

Police meeting

Police Inspector Hooper will be attending the Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel (SNAP) meeting tomorrow at Lingwood Village Hall at 7.00pm. This is a public meeting so please come along to raise any local issues or concerns. Inspector Hooper will also be happy to discuss the changes to the policing structure, the making the PCSOs redundant and the proposed closure of Acle Police Station.

Police advice for darker days

Every year burglary tends to increase during the autumn months as the afternoons get darker,
making it easier to identify unoccupied homes, which are often left unlit. Residents can make
their homes more secure by following some basic crime prevention advice such as:
 Use timer switches on a lamp, radio or TV set so that they turn on as it gets dark in the
afternoons.
 Make a habit of checking that ground floor windows and doors are closed and locked when
you leave the house or go to bed. Upstairs windows should be locked when the house is
unoccupied.
 PVC doors must be locked by lifting the handle and turning the key to ensure all the
security features are in place.
 Car and house keys should be kept out of sight in a safe place. Don’t leave them on display
on window sills, in porches, hallways or kitchens.
Secure your rear garden by shutting and locking any gates. Burglars can use garden tools, like
ladders to break in, so make sure you securely lock away any tools after use.

Good Neighbours Quiz

Saturday 9th December 2017

A VERY TIMELY QUIZ

St. Edmund’s Parish Hall, Acle

(Next to Church and opposite Co-op)

7.30 for 8.00 p.m. start

£3.00 per person to enter

(All ages welcome – maximum 6 per team)

BRING YOUR OWN DRINKS AND ‘NIBBLES’

Free tea / coffee at half time

PROCEEDS TO ACLE GOOD NEIGHBOURS / DEMENTIA FRIENDLY GARDEN