News

Closure of Acle’s Surestart Centre?

Norfolk County Council is consulting on its proposals to close many Surestart Centres, inlcuding Acle’s.

The consultation is available here

 

Agenda for Monday, 24th September 2018

Agenda

Mobile Lloyds Bank

Mobile Lloyds Bank

Don’t forget there is a mobile unit from Lloyds Bank which visits the Acle Recreation Centre car park on Tuesdays from 10.00 to 12.15 and 13.00 – 14.45 and the mobile bank also visits The Kings Head car park in Lingwood on Fridays, between 9.45 and 11.30…

Dualling of A47 at North Burlingham – public consultation

Public consultation events by Highways England re dualling of North Burlingham stretch of A47:

Castle Mall, Norwich on Saturday 15/09/2018 11:00am – 5:00pm
Acle Recreation Centre on Saturday 22/09/2018 11:00am -5:00pm
Blofield Courthouse on Monday 24/09/2018 1:00pm -8:00pm
Lingwood Village Hall on Tuesday 25/09/2018 1:00pm – 8:00pm

Social or Community Enterprises – workshops

Broadland District Council is offering a series of community workshops free of charge to residents and local groups who are interested in starting up a Social or Community Enterprise which will have positive impact in the Broadland area – workshops to be held at Carrowbreck House starting on Wednesday 24th October 2018 from 10am – 12pm and continuing for the next 7 weeks.

Please contact Sally Hoare, for further information on Tues – Thurs 01603 430485

sally.hoare@broadland.gov.uk

Agenda for 30th July 2018

Agenda

Acle Community Gym

Opening hours are:

Mondays (excl bank holidays) : 5.30pm to 7.30pm

Fridays (excl bank holidays) : 9.30am to 12.30pm

£5 per session, pay as you go

In the Yare Room at Acle Recreation Centre (opposite children’s play area)

Contact: 01493 741004 or 01493 752043

aclegym@gmail.com

Lloyds Bank mobile unit on Tuesdays

A mobile unit from Lloyds Bank visits the Acle Recreation Centre car park on Tuesdays from 10.00 to 12.15 and 13.00 – 14.45.

CPO for cemetery land turned down

The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government refused the Parish Council’s petition to make a Compulsory Purchase Order to acquire one acre of Mr Molineux’s land to extend the cemetery at Pyebush Lane.  The Secretary of State felt that:

i)it had not been proved that no other land was available by agreement,

ii)regard had not been for the convenience of other property of Mr Molineux, the landowner, and that compulsory acquisition of this land would be inconvenient in relation to that other land,

iii)that, therefore, there was not a compelling case in the public interest for the making of the CPO to justify in a proportionate manner the interference with the landowner’s private interests and human rights.

The parish council was very disappointed by this and the councillors know that this will upset many residents. The council will be writing again to all landowners to try to find some alternative land for a new cemetery.

Privacy Policy

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We wanted to let you know that we’ve updated our Privacy Policy in line with new data protection laws, which come into effect on
25 May 2018.We take our data privacy responsibilities very seriously at the Parish Council and we want you to understand and feel confident about how we collect, store and handle your personal data.

Our new Privacy Policy explains this, and sets out the rights you have in relation to your personal data.

If you’d like to find out more you can read our Privacy Policy below.

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