Welcome to the website of Dickleburgh and Rushall Parish Council. Please use this website to find minutes or meetings, details of community events and organisations and to provide the Council with feedback on any of the issues raised on the site.
The Parish of Dickleburgh and Rushall is found about 6 miles north east from Diss, close to the Norfolk/Suffolk border. It lies on the old Roman road to Caistor St Edmunds. Dickleburgh is well serviced, with All Saints Church, the Village Stores, The Crown pub, a large playing field with children’s play area, allotments, school and pre-school along side many community groups. Rushall is a smaller village and has the Half Moon pub, St Mary’s Church, St Clements Common and Rushall Farm Shop.
The Parish has a population of 1,472 (2011 Census).
The Parish Council is now on Twitter under the username of @DickleRushallPC. For all the latest village news and announcements, please follow us.
Battle’s Over: Marking the centenary of the end of the First World War in Dickleburgh and Rushall
We hope that you will join us in the commemorative and celebratory events for Remembrance Sunday 11th November 2018
Dickleburgh and Rushall are joining a nationwide tribute to the millions killed or wounded in battle, and those on the home front who struggled amidst pain and loss to help ensure freedom survived.
The Day’s events:
- 06:00 A piper will play “Battle’s O’er” at Dickleburgh War Memorial
- 10:15 The Royal British Legion, other organisations and the community muster at Dickleburgh Village Centre before marching to the War Memorial for the laying of wreaths.
- 11:00 A bugler will play the last post before the Remembrance Service in Dickleburgh Church.
- 12:30-19:30 Hog Roast and later bangers-in-a-roll at Dickleburgh Village Centre, courtesy of the 100th Refuelling Wing Chapel USAF Mildenhall
- 13:00-16:00 Displays in the Village centre from Dickleburgh RBL, Dickleburgh School, Sea Scouts, Stay & Play & the Art Group
- 17:00-18:30 Tea & cakes provided by the Oxlip Group & sing-a-long led by Danny Fisher
- 18:55 The Last Post
- 19:00 Lighting of the WW1 Beacon
- 19:05 Ringing Out For Peace at All Saints’ Church Dickleburgh
- 19:05 A Cry for Peace
Dickleburgh and Rushall PC received notice from South Norfolk Council that, after the initial consultation, the proposal to develop a Dickeburgh and Rushall Neighbourhood Plan including all land areas and settlements within the parish boundary was acceptable. We can now start to develop our own neighbourhood plan reflecting our concerns, wants and needs.
We hope to be able to call a meeting with the South Norfolk Council team, responsible for neighbourhood plans, to enable members of the D&R NP team and community to discuss and understand the ramifications, scope and possibilities.
Please send us pictures with a very short commentary describing the view, or the subject matter and importantly where the picture was taken from. See the Neighbourhood Plan page for more information.
Please do continue to share ideas via email or through meetings. The more ideas, discussion and even argument we have the better the final plan will be.
Community Grant Fund
- Do you live in the parish of Dickleburgh and Rushall?
- Are you under 25 years old?
- Do you need help funding a project?
Dickleburgh and Rushall Parish Council are now in a position to offer grants for individuals or small groups to develop their skills and/or benefit others.
Interested in finding out more?
Visit http://dickleburgh-rushallpc.norfolkparishes.gov.uk/community-grant-fund/ or Contact Parish Councillor Jim Kerr on 01379 740225.