On Saturday 7 April Felthorpe Parish Council will be hosting a Village Pride Day, to clean litter from roads and verges around the parish.
Any volunteers to help with this would be very much appreciated – please see the attached poster for more information, or contact the parish clerk on firstname.lastname@example.org .
Norfolk County Council have notified us that the length of Taverham Road, from The Street to Reepham Road, will be closed from 3 – 5 January 2018, to replace failed covers in the carriageway.
Please use an alternative route during those dates.
Please see poster below for details of the church services this Christmas in Felthorpe.
Christmas Services Felthorpe 2017
Did you know that if you spot a problem with the highway – such as an overgrown tree, a pothole, a faded yellow line etc- you can report it direct to Norfolk County Council on the following form? This will allow you to track your issue and see how NCC have resolved it.
The annual audit of Felthorpe Parish Council’s accounts has been concluded and the statement of accounts has been published.
The electors of Felthorpe have a right to inspect the accounts under section 25 of the Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014.
The audit may be inspected at an agreed location and time, in order to exercise those rights. Full details are on the attachment.
Norfolk County Council have sent a letter to the parish council, in response to the parishes recent petition which requested improved traffic calming throughout the village.
This response is attached for your information.
Sanders Bus Services for Felthorpe
We are advised that effective September 3, 2017 the Sanders 42 bus service will no longer serve Felthorpe.
The 45 bus service will be amended to include Felthorpe on its route.Felthorpe New Bus Service Timetable
In summary, the amended service will no longer travel to the city via Horsford, instead will travel via the Reepham Road.
Buses will depart from the Nash Road stop at 07:40 and 10:20. There will no longer be a 12:00 service.
On the return journey, buses leave Castle Meadow at 13:08 and 17:38, with a 45A service operating at 16:23 on school days.
A copy of the new schedule is attached for your information.
The presentation given at the recent special meeting, where a petition was handed to Norfolk County Council’s Martin Wilby to decrease speeding through the parish and HGV use of the parish, is attached.
Petition Presentation Rev1
In relation to the mobile phone mast planning application submitted last year for the cricket ground, which Broadland Council rejected, please be aware that the Planning Inspectorate have accepted this application for appeal.
If you wish to support or object to this appeal then you must submit your comments to the Planning Inspectorate by 23 August. Full details are on the attached letter.