About Michael Hill

Wreningham Parish Council Chair

Application ref: 2019/0604
Applicant: Mr Justin Grady
Location: The Poplars Ashwellthorpe Road Wreningham NR16 1AW
Proposal: Conversion of barn to ancillary accommodation. Erection of farm office and stables, removal of steel framed building and stables and replacement of manage with courtyard with parking.

Please return comments, quoting reference 2019/0604, by 10 April 2019 to SNC:

email: planning@s-norfolk.gov.uk
post: SNC, South Norfolk House, Cygnet Court, Long Stratton NR15 2XE

Local Parish and Ward elections are scheduled for 2 May 2019. See SNC web page for all the details about being a voter, voting and being a councillor.

You have to be registered as a voter if you want to vote – so do check.

If you want to be a councillor for the Ward or the Parish, you will need to follow the guidance provided according to the timetable set. Wreningham Parish Council has an allocation for 7 councillors.

NB. If you are an EU citizen living in the UK and you are voting in the next European Elections from 23 to 26 May 2019, you might need to check this information.

Reference: 2019/0471
Applicant: Mr & Mrs G McAndrew
Location: Applewood Wymondham Road Wreningham NR16 1AT
Proposal: Erection of two storey and single storey rear extension with external alterations.

Copies of the submitted plans can be viewed on-line here

Comment, quoting reference 2019/0471, by 21 March 2019 to SNC:

email: planning@s-norfolk.gov.uk
post: SNC, South Norfolk House, Cygnet Court, Long Stratton NR15 2XE

During March, when you next shop at Waitrose in Wymondham and receive a token for a good cause, keep an eye out for the Wreningham Heritage Group appearing as one of the three good causes.

WHG will be doing lots of work to capture the history of Wreningham and its people. Give them your support by giving your Waitrose tokens to them

Thank you.

Norfolk Police ask everyone to be alert and aware of drones being used with criminal intent. Tacolneston church recently had lead stolen after the criminals used a drone to survey the site. Wymondham Abbey has had drone activity too.

For ourselves, Wreningham church is not currently planning building work etc. so if you see suspect activity here or at any of the churches in the Benefice please alert the churchwarden (Christine Minns – 01508 488123) or the Rector (Revd. Lydia Avery – 01953 788227).

The UEA Norwich Medical School wish to recruit older adults in the community for some studies. These studies are approved by the UEA and/or NHS ethics panels and focus on conditions like arthritis or stroke rehabilitation, as well as healthy volunteers. Please see the explanatory posters:

Over 60s

Over 70s

Any questions about these studies please feel free to contact:

Dr Donnie Cameron (Donnie.Cameron@uea.ac.uk)

Dr David Willis (yzh17dvu@uea.ac.uk)

Adrian Nicholas,  Specialist Technical Advisor at SNC ( t 01508 533722; anicholas@s-norfolk.gov.uk ) has written of contact with Group Lotus and discussions about their Hethel track use and related noise/inconvenience to neighbours.

Group Lotus are to reinstate their periodic email updates sent to residents living near their site. These will provide information about the company’s activities, including planned use of the Hethel test track.  But, they need contact details and confirmation that the recipients are willing to receive the emails.

Therefore, if you would like to receive this email, send confirmation and the details below to Adrian Nicholas (anicholas@s-norfolk.gov.uk) :

  • Your Name
  • The email address that you wish the email updates to be sent to
  • Your address