Village Groups

Remembrance Services

Saturday, 11th November at 11.00am at the war memorial in Acle churchyard, for a 2 minute silence and the Last Post

Sunday, 12th November at 3.00pm at St Edmunds Church for a service of remembrance. Parade by the army cadets from Mill Lane to the church.


Acle Allotment Association

Acle Allotment Association

There are currently 40 plots of varying size on the Boat Dyke Lane allotment site with 36 active members involved in their cultivation. The allotment site was initially established under local (Parish) council control and was later extended to its current size. Since 2002 it has been operated by the Acle Allotment Association (AAA).


The association holds two annual events, the first being our BBQ for members and family which is usually scheduled for mid-July. This is followed closely by our Open Day, when we open up the allotment site to visitors. In addition to affording visitors the opportunity to view the allotment site and individual plots, visitors can sit back and enjoy refreshments, take part in the raffle and purchase cakes/produce from our allotment stalls. This is our main income generator so we look forward to greeting all those who can make it on the day; usually in mid-August so look out for posters advertising the event.


We produce a member’s newsletter, this is published at regular intervals throughout the year and helps keep members in touch with association activities and events.


If you would like to find out more about the allotments or the workings of the association then please do not hesitate to contact either Warren Thorpe (our Chairman) on 07426500803 or Gwilym Foulkes (our Secretary) on 01493 751947.


Acle Medical Centre

Click here for contact details

BADCOG newsletter


Re-starting Tuesday youth club

It is hoped to re-start and refresh the Acle Tuesday Youth Club, starting in September.

Keep an eye out for posters around the village and for information sent home from school.

If you have any ideas for events or to tell us what you would like included in the youth club meetings, or if you would like to volunteer to help run the club, please contact:

m: 07436 106577 t: 01603 430143 (Aimee Gedge – Senior Youth and Community Worker)

Acle Good Neighbours

Contact details: 07538 532 796

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BADCOG March newsletter

March 2016

(Blofield & District Conservation Group)

Library – unstaffed opening hours

You can now visit Acle Library even when it is unstaffed. First you need to register, then you can scan your library card and type your PIN into the access point near the library entrance.

Please note that both documents are two-sided.

Right click on the document and select Print if you wish to print the form – copies are available at Acle Library

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Hall Hire

Contact Mrs. Page on 751125 to book the Church Hall in Norwich Road, Acle

There are several rooms for hire at Acle Recreation Centre, Bridewell Lane – contact 01493 752043 or email:

The Methodist Meeting Room on Bridewell Lane can be booked by calling Frances Brady on 01493 751555