Welcome to the Wreningham village website. It contains news, events and information relating to most of the groups, organisations and activities in the village.

If you have any news or events for us to add, suggestions for additional content or any village photographs you would like to share, please contact info@wreningham.org


A Wreningham handbook with useful information for village residents has been published by Wreningham Parish Council and a printed copy distributed to all households within the parish. The 16-page booklet contains information on village history, local government, places of worship, village amenities, clubs and societies and regular events. There is also information on waste collections, Read More

We have been asked to provide links to religious sites for those church members who are self-isolating through choice or necessity. The Church of England Benefice contact: Revd Lydia Avery, Priest in Charge, The Church of England Upper Tas Valley Benefice, Diocese of Norwich – 01953 788227 The Archbishop of Canterbury has called for a Read More


UK Power Networks is responsible for distributing power to the East of England. Their engineers will continue their core role of maintaining the electricity network, and fixing any electrical faults that occur. With many customers now working from home and to support the wider UK economy at this time, from Friday 20th March, they will Read More

We have received a notice from the Humbleyard group practice (Mulbarton, Cringleford, Hethersett) regarding a plan due to be implemented on Monday. Many local practices have stopped on-line appointment booking and this week will probably stop any pre-booking of appointments with Doctors. Humbleyard patients should know that this will mean anyone who has a pre-booked appointment will Read More

​Local Government Boundary Commission for England is undertaking an electoral review of Norfolk County Council. As part of the review, the Commission is required by legislation to have regard to electorate forecasts for a period five years after the publication of its final recommendations (in this case, that period is 2025). The County Council submitted Read More


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

Reference: 2020/0129 Applicant: Mrs Kay Goldsmith Location: Ivy Cottage, Ashwellthorpe Road, Wreningham, Norfolk NR16 1AW Proposal: Two storey side extension Application Type: Householder Please return comments by 18 February 2020 to SNC: on-line: via Comment tab hereemail: planning@s-norfolk.gov.ukpost: SNC, South Norfolk House, Cygnet Court, Long Stratton NR15 2XE

Reference: 2019/2552 Applicant: Mr Alan Miller Location: Acorns, Church Road Proposal: Single storey rear extension Application Type: Householder The application documents can be accessed here. Comments by 13 January 2020 to SNC. on-line: via Comment tab hereemail: planning@s-norfolk.gov.ukpost: SNC, South Norfolk House, Cygnet Court, Long Stratton NR15 2XE