Revised details posted on SNC website with new comment date for Planning Application 2017/1979 Applicant: Mr Chris Todd Location: Land Adj To Wreningham Village Hall Mill Lane Wreningham Norfolk Proposal: Change of use to paddock and erection of stable Letter from SNDC: 2017_1979 Copies of the submitted plans can be viewed on-line here Please return comments to Read More


25 September Update As promised, here is the name and contact details for the Anglian Water project manager: Mick Renshaw 07967 689088 23 August – Update From next week Anglian Water will commence their 6 month project to upgrade the water supply within Wreningham. See previous posts. There are two preparatory tasks for them Read More


Circus Ferrel is returning to Wreningham playing field. It was last here in May 2015 for 2 or 3 days. So expect to see them on the playing field setting up either on Sunday 17th September or early the following morning. Wednesday evening they be gone – just like that! Access to the play equipment Read More

South Norfolk Council are running free information sessions to help residents make the most of skills  available within the community.  They call them “Pick ‘N’ Mix Bitesize Learning” and will be held on the last Thursday of every month, in different pubs across the district. There are 20 bookable places on each; contact to Read More

Update September 2017: The second consultation phase has opened for residents, Community Groups and Parish Councils to submit comments on these recommendations. This consultation period will be open until 27 October 2017. The documents can be viewed on There are no recommendations which currently affect Wreningham Parish. However you can still comment on any aspect. Submissions can Read More

The Norfolk Planning Authorities are consulting on a draft Norfolk Strategic Framework document. This is prepared jointly by Breckland Council, Broadland District Council, Broads Authority, Great Yarmouth Borough Council, Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk, North Norfolk District Council, Norwich City Council, Norfolk County Council and South Norfolk Council. The document explains the Read More


A welcome pack for new residents to Wreningham has been published in print and online, providing useful information and a warm welcome to village life. Written by parish councillor Keith Morris, the Welcome Pack contains information about village history, local government, faith, village hall, regular events, clubs and societies, facilities, education, media, public transport, health Read More