We have had a couple of emails about items being stolen from parishioners gardens recently – please be vigilant around your properties, and report anything suspicious to the police at once.
Just a reminder that Felthorpe’s village pride day will take place next week on Saturday 7 April.
Bags, pickers and hi-vis jackets will be available.
Please meet at the Pavilion at 10am.
All help gratefully received!
Norfolk County Council have advised that Taverham Road will be closed from the junction of Reepham Road for a distance of 50 metres northwards in Felthorpe, in order to install a new water connection.
The road will be closed from 9 – 11 April 2018.
You may not be aware that Norfolk County Council is changing how it runs its waste recycling centres and bringing in charges for the disposal of DIY waste.
From 1 April it will be charging for the disposal of all DIY waste by removing the concession which had seen people allowed to leave one large item or up to 80 litres of waste for free at their local household waste recycling centre.
This change means that NCC can make savings without reducing opening hours or closing a recycling centre. For more information visit www.norfolk.gov.uk/diywaste
The Parish Newsletter should have popped through your door by now – if you’d like to take another look, its uploaded here:
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.