Harleston Memorial Hall – Police Public Meeting has been postponed due to the World Cup match – notification of a new date will be circulated
The Village Society’s entertaining evening with Ray Hubbard on Wed. 11th has been postponed, a new date will be circulated
Daphne Buxton Memorial Fund Grand Tea Party on St Clement’s Common on Saturday 19th May at 4pm to celebrate the wedding of Harry and Meghan.
There will be marquees, bunting, lots of cakes and competitive games to follow.
We will provide tea and soft drinks and a selection of cakes.
Please bring chairs or rugs and a plate of delicacies to share.
You are invited to……. Find out more about “Life in our villages …”
DICKLEBURGH AND RUSHALL ANNUAL PARISH MEETING 2018
This year’s meeting will include the following special features:
FUTURE HOUSING IN OUR VILLAGES
Where do we now stand with future developments?
THE VILLAGE COMMON THAT MADE NATIONAL HEADLINES
The past and present of St Clements Common
THE LATEST COMMUNITY AWARDS
How the Parish Council can help our young people achieve their ambitions
MARKING THE END OF WORLD WAR I
‘The Battle’s Over’
Our villages’ tribute to the millions who gave their lives for their country or returned home wounded
This year’s annual meeting will take place at the VILLAGE CENTRE on
Wine, tea and nibbles. All welcome
In accordance with the provisions of Section 14(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act, 1984, the Norfolk County Council HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that owing to Anglian Water water main replacement works and for the safety of the workforce the use by vehicles of the C465 Station Road from its junction with C877 Harleston Road for a distance of 117 metres southwards in the PARISH OF PULHAM MARKET will be temporarily prohibited from 21st April 2018 to 25th April 2018 for the duration of the works, expected to be about 5 days within the period. If necessary the restriction could run for a maximum period of 5 days.
Alternative route is via: Station Road, The Green, Bank Street, Tattlepot Road, Tivetshall Road, Ipswich Road, Semere Lane (Dickleburgh and Rushall/ Tivetshall St. Mary/ Tivetshall St. Margaret/ Pulham Market).
The Parish Council invites you to take part in the Annual Village Litter Pick on Saturday 14th April.
Please meet at the Village Centre from 10:00am onwards
Pickers, gloves, bags and refreshments provided.
The Parish Council is now on Twitter under the username of @DickleRushallPC
For all the latest village news and announcements, please follow us.
Do you care how much development there will be in our villages in the next 20 years, and where those houses will be?
If so, you need to act now, the deadline for you to express your views is 22nd March.
Over the next few months, decisions will be made that will affect the future if Dickleburgh and Rushall. The Greater Norwich Development Partnership will soon be discussing where housing development will take place in South Norfolk between now and 2036. Our villages are a target for development.
Now is the time to have your say. If you are concerned about how many houses should be built in our neighbourhood, and where they should be, you have until 15th March to take part in the consultation. See this map for potential sites.
You can complete the survey online at http://www.gnlp.org.uk/
Or you can request a paper questionnaire from the parish clerk Ann baker 0n 01379 742937.
For guidance on the consultation and for your parish council’s view of the options being presented, please see http://dickleburgh-rushallpc.norfolkparishes.gov.uk/gnlp/
Your voice matters!
FUTURE HOUSING IN DICKLEBURGH
7th February, 7.00pm
at the Village Centre
An important public consultation over future housing in the Greater Norwich area, which includes our villages, is now under way. We can have our say on where houses should go how, and many houses there should be, between now and 15th March.
The sites around Dickleburgh that are being considered by the Greater Norwich Development Plan, and an approximate number of houses likely for each site, are part of the consultation.
If you care about the future of Dickleburgh over the next 20 years, please come to this public meeting to discover the options available and how get your voice heard.