Anglian Water contractors will be performing routine maintenance to the roadside pots associated with the vacuum sewage system. This will start on 22 October 2018. Each pot will take between 15 and 30 minutes to service. There may be signals/traffic control in use and hence some delays. The roads affected are: 22 to 24 October Read More


The Anglican Upper Tas Valley Benefice, which includes Wreningham, has a new priest-in-charge with the installation of Rev Lydia Avery, who has moved with husband Chris from Somerset to take on the role. Over 130 people attended a service at Tacolneston church on September 13, when the Rt Rev Dr Alan Winton, Bishop of Thetford, Read More

The Village Village Hall Committee, which is organising the fireworks display for 3rd November, has obtained a temporary road closure notice for Mill Lane – either side of the Village Hall. Details below: Map_Wreningham Fireworks 2018 Order – Wreningham Village Fireworks Display If you have any queries relating to the temporary traffic management for this Read More

Reference: 2018/1863 Applicant: Mr Raymond Turner Location: Land Adj To Fairlands Top Row Wreningham Norfolk Proposal: Reserved matters application for appearance, landscaping, layout and scale following outline permission 2017/2828 for single storey domestic dwelling and garage to include access. Copies of the submitted plans can be viewed on-line Please return comments quoting reference 2018/1863 by Read More

Ashwellthorpe Road, Church Road, Mill Lane, Wymondham road I have just received the following advance warning about roadworks in the village. Church Road, Wreningham, Norfolk 03 September — 06 September Delays likelyRoad closure Works location: Jnc Wymondham Rd TO Glebe Close, Church Rd, Fundenhall, Norwich NR16 1DP Works description: Access required to BT under ground Read More

With respect to the planning application 2018/1658, the advice remains to focus on material considerations (remember the image attached to the previous post); this message has been heard and the comments appearing on the SNC planning site are making their point very well. A number have revisited their comments and recast them in the light Read More