About this siteWelcome. This site has been created by the Parish Council to allow us to better connect with the people living and working in our town. You can read more about what the council does here and find out how to contact us.
Parish clerk: Pauline James
Beech Farm, 15 Marsh Road
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Who does what?
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…
ACLE & BURE TO YARE BENEFICE: WHO’S WHO
RECTOR: Rev’d Martin Greenland, 01493 750393 email@example.com
with particular responsibility for Acle, Beighton w Moulton, Limpenhoe, Southwood &
Cantley, & Halvergate w Tunstall
ASSOCIATE PRIEST: Rev’d Dr Lorna Allies , 01493 296321 firstname.lastname@example.org
with particular responsibility for Reedham, Freethorpe & Wickhampton
READERS: Nicholas Cowen, 01493 700915 email@example.com
Vic Walsham, 01493 752273
Beighton Ann Adey 01493 700414
Rosemary Whyborn 01493 750079
Freethorpe Graham Allcock, 01493 700256
Jean Thompson, 01493 700451 (Assistant)
Halvergate Sally More, 01493 700279
Nick Butcher, 01493 701122
Limpenhoe: Michael Brook, 01493 700259
Reedham Kati Cowen, 01493 700915
Wickhampton Brenda Pawsey, 01493 700068
Peter Ledward, 01493 700008
ORGANIST (Acle) Brian Bemment 01603 714246
ACLE PARISH HALL Mrs Page 01493751125/0794788965
Kati Cowen 18 Church Road, Reedham, NR13 3TY, 01493 700915
John Orsborn 18 The Hills, Reedham, NR13 3TN, 01493 700441
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George Nicholls e-mail: ageorgen10@ gmail.com
Website www.abychurches.co.uk/ (Digital copy of Outlook)
Service update: from 1 April 2018 there will be a charge for the disposal of all DIY type construction and demolition waste. There will no longer be a free 80 litre or one item concession.
Up until 1 April you can continue to dispose of one item or the equivalent of one 80lt sack per household per week for free.
DIY waste is classed as construction and demolition waste, not household waste, and whilst we’ve previously accepted small amounts for free, we can no longer do this. Our services need to reduce their costs. We prefer to save money by changing our policies rather than by reducing opening hours or closing a recycling centre. Removing the free DIY concession will help us to do this.
DIY waste can be disposed of through our ‘Pay as you throw’ service. Other options include hiring a skip or employing a licenced waste carrier. Please make sure to factor in the cost of disposing of DIY waste when planning your latest DIY project.
Prices per 80 litre sack or single item
- Unsorted/non-recyclable DIY waste – £5
- Flat glass – £5 (classed as non-recyclable at Mile Cross Recycling Centre)
- Rubble – £3
- Plasterboard – £9 (£15 at Mile Cross)
- Timber – £3
- Scrap metal – no charge
This area comes under Broadland and the Broads Authority
Winter opening times for Household Waste Recycling Centres (tidy tips)
This year the clocks will change at 2am on Sunday 29 October, going back by one hour.
Whilst, for most, that signals the start of winter, we wanted to remind you that our Household Waste Recycling Centre (tidy tip) opening times do not change. They will be open 7 days a week from 9am to 5pm.
It’s a good idea to pre-sort your waste and arrive at least 15 minutes before closing time to allow enough time to unload. Please note that we won’t accept waste after 4:50pm.
The only changes to opening times happen around Christmas, but we will remind you about those closer to the time.
You can check addresses here plus what they do and don’t accept on our website.
As part of the Norfolk Waste Partnership, Broadland District Council has launched a householder campaign aimed at reducing the amount of contamination in Norfolk’s household recycling bins.
In terms of recycling, contamination refers to the type of material put in recycling bins and the quality of that material.
This campaign’s primary focus is to let residents know the ‘3 simple rules’ to recycling: Clean, Dry and Don’t Bag It. The campaign also reminds residents about what can and cannot be put in kerbside recycling bins.
The campaign is called ‘Give your Recycling a Little bit of Love’.
So what is it all about? – Regardless of where people live in Norfolk or what colour their wheeled bin happens to be, the rules of recycling are the same across Norfolk i.e. every household can recycle the same materials and items placed in recycling bins must be ‘Clean, Dry and Loose’.
Phone : 03444 111 444
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Our goal is to help everyone find a way forward, whatever problem they face.
We’re an independent charity and part of the Citizens Advice network across England and Wales.
The following is a Police Connect message.
I am Lisa Hooper and I am one of the two Local Policing Inspectors for the Broadland District. I am based at Sprowston and I am responsible for the delivery of local policing to the communities of Sprowston, Old Catton, Acle, Wroxham, Blofield, Brundall, Lingwood, Rackheath and of course all the smaller villages around them!
I have been a police officer for 21 years, and have prior to coming to Broadland I had been the Local Policing Inspector for Norwich City Centre, Thorpe Hamlet and Mile Cross. I have only recently moved out of the Broadland area myself, and most of my family live here so I know it well, and it is important to me that local communities are very satisfied with the policing they receive.
Broadland is home to around 126,000 people and my mission is to ensure you receive a first class service when you need us, and also to make sure we are dealing with the local issues which cause you the most concern. We have Safer Neighbourhood Action Panels covering every town and village, so there is always an opportunity for people to get in touch with us and tell us about the things that are happening locally so that we and our partners can work together to ensure Broadland remains one of the safest and happiest places to live in the UK. If you want to get in touch with us you can email us at SNTSprowston@norfolk.pnn.police.uk, SNTThorpeStAndrew@norfolk.pnn.police.uk and SNTAcle@norfolk.pnn.police.uk You can follow us on Facebook and Twitter @BroadlandPolice or you can call 101 and ask to speak to Engagement Officer PC Andy Mason or the local Beat Manager