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14 December 2017
St George's Shimpling
Community Action Team are supporting the traditional Carols by Candlelight that will be in St George’s Shimpling at 7 pm on Thursday 14th December. The track to the church is not lit, and can be muddy in places so consider bringing a torch and wearing boots. The Church will be lit with hundreds of candles. There will be a collection for The Churches Conservation Trust who maintain this Grade 1 bu More...
21 December 2017
Burston Crown - Christmas Specials
Burston Crown has been voted Waveney valley Pub of the year again in 2018, so thank you to everyone who voted for us this year. It has been a busy time at the pub. We have had four plays, original live music every Thursday and Sunday and of course Steve has been creating new delights in the kitchen. Our focus now is preparing for Christmas and New Year. You can see our special Christmas menu onl More...
16 January 2018
Burston and Shimpling Parish Council Meeting
The next meeting of Burston & Shimpling Parish Council will be held at St Mary's Church Burston on Tuesday 16th January 2018 at 7.30 pm. For the Agenda click here A Baker Clerk to the Council 01379 742937 firstname.lastname@example.org More...
15 March 2018
PUBLIC CONSULTATION - have your say
Broadland District Council, Norwich City Council and South Norfolk Council are working together with Norfolk County Council to prepare the Greater Norwich Local Plan (GNLP). The Greater Norwich Local Plan will build on the long-established joint working arrangements for Greater Norwich, which have delivered the current Joint Core Strategy (JCS) for the area. The JCS plans for the housing and job More...
31 December 2019
Community Speed Watch
At a Burston and Shimpling Parish Council meeting earlier in the year one of the main concerns was traffic speeding through the villages. The Parish Council have looked into options and one of the most effective is Community Speed Watch which is a scheme where the community can be empowered to assist Norfolk Constabulary by conducting speed checks within their village to educate and reduce speed More...
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