Norfolk Wildlife Trust Wilder Connections Project   Norfolk Wildlife Trust has secured funding from the Green Recovery Challenge Fund for its Claylands Wilder Connections Project. This aims to support communities in efforts to improve connectivity of habitats across key parts of south Norfolk. Its focus will be on the fabric of the countryside, including hedgerows, ponds, Read More


 

A dozen or so intrepid volunteer litter pickers helped to tidy-up Wreningham, Top Row and Penny’s Green as part of the Big South Norfolk Litter Pick on Sunday October 10. The volunteers spread out from the Village Hall to clean verges, paths, playing fields and other public locations across the Wreningham Parish area. Items including Read More


Reference: 2021/2156Applicant: Ms Jill MaidmentLocation: Willys Croft Church Road Wreningham NR16 1BAProposal: Installation of two additional roof windows in new extension pitched roof following 2021/1176Application Type: Listed Building Consent Please return comments to South Norfolk by 22 October 2021. email: planning@s-norfolk.gov.ukpost: SNC, South Norfolk House, Cygnet Court, Long Stratton NR15 2XE





Reference: 2021/1985Applicant: Mr B FullerLocation: Peplins Cottage, Top RowProposal: Proposed single storey rear extension together with internal and external alterations.Application Type: Householder Please return comments to South Norfolk Council by 4 October 2021. email: planning@s-norfolk.gov.ukpost: SNC, South Norfolk House, Cygnet Court, Long Stratton NR15 2XE Copies of the submitted plans can be viewed on-line here.


A11 Spooner Row to Thickthorn Concrete Reconstruction and Surface Repairs Scheme Summary (See full document from National Highways in this link) Work on the A11 between Spooner Row and Thickthorn during the coming months: • Phase 1 – A11 Tuttles Interchange to Thickthorn Interchange road surface repairs • Phase 2 – A11 Spooner Row to Read More


We just been informed that 22 September 2021 is “World Car Free Day” – more information here. A handy excuse for us is that South Norfolk Council (SNC) has been rather low-key about the event. For Wreningham residents, many of whom rely on their car for their daily business, it could be a struggle to Read More