The Wreningham Community Archaeology Project got off to a promising start over the weekend of August 11-12 with a total of five test-pits dug in gardens around the village, reports archaeologist Steve Hickling, who is leading the project. A sunny weekend saw pits being dug in people’s gardens on Wymondham Road, Ashwellthorpe Road, Mill Lane Read More

Monday’s meeting had a lively and informative Open Forum during which many of the 116 parishioners present expressed their views about the planning application for the field adjacent to the Village Hall. The Parish Council was given invaluable feedback and observations. In attendance were Phil Hardy (District Councillor) and Colin Foulger (County Councillor). Prior to Read More

Planning Application – Field next Village Hall, Mill Lane SNC have extended the consultation by a week following complaints that their website had problems when people tried to register for comments. The new date is 24th August. Reference: 2018/1658 Applicant: Miss Naomi Todd Location: Land Adj To Wreningham Village Hall Mill Lane Wreningham Norfolk Proposal: Read More


The Wreningham Community Archaeology Project got underway last night (August 7) with the digging of a test pit on the village playing field, led by local archaeologist Steve Hickling. Old bricks fragments, pantiles, an iron nail and a fossil were among the items uncovered during the short dig. A number of villagers took part in Read More

It’s almost here, but for the rain! The long heralded archaeological training event by Steve Hickling (contact: is rescheduled form a wet Sunday to a, hopefully dry, Tuesday evening 7 August at 7pm in the playing field. Come along, find out what it is all about and watch, even if you have not yet identified Read More

An extra Parish Council meeting to discuss this application has been arranged for Monday July 23, at 7.30pm in the Village Hall, Social Club. Public are welcome. Reference: 2018/1431 Applicant: Mr & Mrs Will & Rachael Lockwood Location: Land West Of All Saints Church Church Road Wreningham Norfolk Proposal: Five self/custom carbon negative homes Copies Read More