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From Norfolk RCC
Views around Great Snoring
click here for views of Great Snoring in the Snow
Many of the images are supplied by Peter Robins.
Great Snoring Parish Council
Clerk: Mrs Joanna Otte
Little Manor, Thursford Rd, Little Snoring, Fakenham NR21 0JN
Telephone: 01328 822366
• Vacancy • Jan Lockhart 821329 • Sue Pannell (Chairman) 820227 • Geoff Peabody 820575 • David Perowne 820351 • Hazel Seekings (Vice-Chair) 820785 • Jonathan Taylor 820620 •
Please follow this link Register of Members' Interests to view the forms on North Norfolk District Council website.
Parish Council Monitors
Pest Control: David Perowne
Allotments: Jon Taylor
Structures (seats, notice board, village sign, kiosk):
Environment (Gurney’s Ground, knolls, hedgerows, footpaths, dog bins): Jan Lockhart and Hazel Seekings
ICT Champion: Geoff Peabody
Parish Clock: Jon Taylor
Newsletter Editor: Suzanne Pannell
Internal Account checker: Hazel Seekings
Bank signatories: Suzanne Pannell, David Perowne, Hazel Seekings
Chairman: Suzanne Pannell
Vice-Chairman: Hazel Seekings
Internal Auditor: Stafford Snell
External Auditors: Mazars
YOUR PARISH COUNCIL
Great Snoring Parish Council meets on the 2nd Thursday of alternate months at 7.00 pm in the Social Club. Members of the public are welcome to attend. There is a regular slot in the Agenda to allow Parishioners to raise matters of concern. This is also a time when the District and County Councillors report on their work.
The Parish Council maintains close and regular contact with other authorities, e.g. the District and County Councils, to promote the best interests of the community of Great Snoring. • It considers planning applications and advises the District Council of its decisions to support or object. • It notifies the relevant authority of potholes, damaged road signs, and other items that are in the village but managed by the District or County Councils. • It makes donations to causes that are of benefit to parishioners.
Please do come to Parish Council meetings. There is always a place in the agenda for parishioners to put forward their views and ask questions. For dates, agenda and other information please see notices on the notice board opposite the Church on The Street or contact the Clerk. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Facilities provided by the Parish Council
• Gurney’s Ground – grassed open space with goal post and net • garden allotments • dog bins • seats by bus stop and on the lower knoll
WHAT IS A PARISH COUNCIL?
A Parish Council • is the local authority closest to the people • has a duty to serve all the disparate interests of the community it represents and to make decisions for the best results • is responsible for the services it provides and the decisions it takes • establishes policies for action • consists of the chair and parish councillors (seven members) • has the power to raise and spend money on behalf of the community • is responsible for spending public money lawfully and without risk, and for achieving the best value for money
The next meeting (the Annual Meeting of the Parish Council) will be on Thursday 12 May 2016 at 7pm in the Social Club.
Great Snoring Parish Council meets on the second Thursday of alternate months unless otherwise agreed.
Members of the public and press are very welcome to attend
Great Snoring Social Club
follow the link to the website for more information Great Snoring Social Club
Great Snoring Village Website
Follow the link http://www.greatsnoring.org.uk/ for more information, history and photographs.
Great and Little Snoring WI
Since January 2012 meetings are held in Kettlestone Village Hall on the second Thursday of each month at 7.30 pm.
New members are always welcome. For more information contact the Secretary, Sally Chapman 01328 855385.
We enjoy meeting at local hostleries throughout the region for the odd glass of wine and to catch up on gossip, as well as walking and theatre groups.
click here NNAS events for information about events organised by North Norfolk Astronomy Society (usually in Binham Village Hall).
are available in the neighbouring village of Little Snoring
Banks for bottles, clothes, cans and paper are located in the car park on the Playing Field, Stevens Road (off Kettlestone Road), Little Snoring, NR21 0GZ.
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click on the title for more information
Useful contact details
Tom FitzPatrick (Cons)
Southwell House, Egmere Road, Walsingham, NR22 6BT
Mobile: 07803 166293
Dr Marie Strong (Lib Dem)
Saltings, East Quay, Wells-next-the-Sea, NR23 1LE
Telephone: 07920 286597
Member of Parliament
Keith Simpson (Conservative)
The Old Smithy, Church Farm, Attlebridge, Norfolk, NR9 5ST
Telephone: 01603 865763
North Norfolk District Council
Council Offices, Holt Road, Cromer, NR27 9EN
tel: 01263 513811
• Planning • Benefits • Environmental Health • Fly-tipping • Refuse Collection • Recycling • Noise Complaints • Dog Control, Fouling, Stray Dogs • Blocked Drains on streets • Community Safety •
Fakenham Connect Office
Fakenham Connect (NNDC Area Office) Tel: 01328 850100
Fax: 01328 850127
Victory Housing Trust
tel: 0800 371 860 or 0330 123 1860
Broadland Housing Association
tel: 0303 303 0003
Police Non Emergency
Norfolk County Council
County Hall, Martineau Lane, Norwich, NR1 2DH
tel: 0344 8008020
tel: 01328 862715
tel: 0344 8008006
For all enquiries about this route please call 01362 693184
Please click Mobile Library times and stopping places in Great Snoring for more information
tel: 0344 8008002
Tel: 01692 403752
Public Transport Enquiries
tel: 0871 200 22 33 (there is a charge of 12 pence per minute from landlines and mobiles; your phone company may add its own access charge but it will tell you about this)
Age Concern Bus
tel: 01328 856981
Citizens Advice Bureau
Fakenham tel: 01328 856040
Citizens Advice Norfolk has an Openreach Service every second Wednesday between 10 am and 1 pm for drop-in appointments at the Quaker Meeting House, 43 Church Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, NR23 1HZ. The service is available on 2, 16 and 30 March, 13 and 27 April, 11 and 25 May, 8 and 22 June 2016.
Learning for Everyone
Information, Advice and Guidance particularly for those facing redundancy and umemployment.
The Old Rectory, 21 Oak Street, Fakenham, NR21 9DX
tel: 07500 105585
supporting volunteers and volunteering in North Norfolk
Voluntary Norfolk, Council Offices, Holt Road, Cromer, NR27 9EN
Contact for Fakenham area:
tel: 01328 851765