About Michael Hill

Wreningham Parish Council Chair

The water mains on the B1113 has burst on several occasions in the last 3 weeks near Stayre House. Anglian Water have been out and effected repairs over a few days each time requiring the use of traffic lights to control vehicle flow along the road.

This is the visible impact. What we do not know is how many parishioners have been affected and what the impact was. If you have been affected please let the Parish Council know via info@wreningham.org.uk

If you need to make a complaint direct to Anglian Water then see their complaints leaflet

Complaints leaflet 2015 – 2016



The Mobile Library visits the Parish and stops at two points in Top Row: Stevens Lane and near Beech Tree Cottage, see the route in Mobile Library schedule.

If you live in another part of Wreningham and would like the Parish Council to negotiate with Norfolk Library Service for a nearer stop please let the Clerk know.

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The fence and hedges beside the Travis Perkins site and bordering the B1113 to the north of the Mill Lane/Top Row junction are being cut back. Consequently traffic on the B1113 is restricted to one lane which is being controlled by traffic lights. Please be careful as you turn onto B1113.



This document has completed the stage with the Hearing sessions in front of the Government’s Inspector.

A consultation on proposed modifications to the South Norfolk Local Plan (the Site Allocations document, the Development Management Policies document and the Wymondham Area Action Plan) has commenced (on Wednesday, 22 April) and will close at 5pm on 5 June.

A copy of the letter sent to consultees is here. All consultation information will be on the Local Plan webpage at www.south-norfolk.gov.uk/local-plan-examination.

​If there are any questions, the contact at South Norfolk Council is:

Adam Nicholls, Planning Policy Manager.

t 01508 533809             m 07775 502104              e anicholls@s-norfolk.gov.uk




Norfolk County Council is a Lead Local Flood Authority and has a duty to manage flood risk from surface water, groundwater and local watercourses across the county. NCC invites views on its draft Local Flood Risk Management Strategy. The consultation, which includes a number of drop-in sessions is open until 25 May, and the Local Flood Risk Strategy, subject to responses received from the public, will be formally adopted later in the year.

See here for more.