This group recently met on-line on 22 January 2021. The meeting is on YouTube here with the presentations available here. Other material has been provided: ‘Your Home Workout’ https://www.south-norfolk.gov.uk/visitors/leisure-centres/your-home-workout Recycling What can / cannot be recycled South Norfolk mini recycling centres can be accessed on either of these two websites: https://my.south-norfolk.gov.uk/mysouthnorfolk.aspx or https://www.south-norfolk.gov.uk/residents/rubbish-and-recycling/recycling/where-can-i-recycle-more Flood advice Read More


 

Our handbook for Wreningham residents has been revised and is published in print and online, providing useful information and a warm welcome to village life. Commissioned by the Parish Council and written by Keith Morris, the Handbook has information about village history, local government, faith, village hall, regular events, clubs and societies, facilities, education, media, Read More


In October 2016 (see here) we reported on a public consultation about the Hornsea Three Wind Farm (here for the company website). Things have moved on and in December 2020 planning approval was given by the Secretary of State for this national infrastructure project (documentation here). The land based substation will be built on a Read More




From time to time, we find a laminated bin collection diary attached to the handle of our refuse bin. However, SNC have decided to cease providing this service through cost, etc. They suggest you register on “My South Norfolk” via https://my.south-norfolk.gov.uk/ for the latest bin service and scheduling information (and much else besides). You can Read More



 

The Norfolk Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Lorne Green, has launched a Budget Consultation for 2021/22 which closes on 22nd January. You can access it here. I suggest you read the explanatory information before taking the survey. It is short, with one question of substance (the remainder are about your age, ethnicity, etc.): “Based on the Read More


Norfolk County Council’s Kett’s Country Long Distance Path project has a shortlist of 12 potential circular walks along the trail and wish to reduce that to five that will be installed, alongside the signage for the linear route, in the Spring. They invite you to respond to their survey which is here. It will be Read More