In this section of our website
In this section of our website:
News and Information
At a Glance
Businesses and Services
Maps and Plans
South Norfolk District
Highways Problem Report Form
Local News and Information
Ginni and I have embarked on our 19th year running Jamie's Gang. The club meets at Burston Chapel on Wednesdays between 5.00pm and 6.30pm. Jamie’s Gang is for children of primary school age, this means the age range is 4 - 11 years old as most of the local schools have a reception class. A 50p subscription is paid for each child that attends and there is also a tuck shop, the profits from which h More...
High Speed Broadband for Rural Norfolk
Broadband for Rural Norfolk (B4RN) is now a regional office of Broadband for the Rural North - see this news release . And has been renamed B4RN East Anglia to better reflect the area of coverag More...
Community Heating Oil Bulk Buying Scheme
Does your new home have oil fired heating? If so, you may be interested in our Bulk Buying Scheme. Heating oil is funny stuff. The price per litre changes from day to day, and the price does depend on how much you want. The price for 500 litres is always 2 or 3 p more per litre than for 2000 litres. Burston and Shimpling have life membership of a scheme run by the charity Norfolk Rural Community C More...
Burston House Hospital News
We have had a successful few months at the hospital, which began with the start of our Recovery College whereby patients lead a course, consisting of six sessions, to teach their peers. The three courses on offer were Sign Language, Cooking from Scratch and Art. In March we held a charity event for Comic Relief. The patients and staff enjoyed a bake sale, fun games and a Talent Show. The Talent S More...
Illuminating Burston Station's History
One of very few photographs of the old Burston Station, this one taken in 1922. Reproduced from “Great Eastern in Town & Country” with the kind permission of Irwell Press. Rather sadly, Burston Station seems to have had very little of its history recorded. We know that it was opened in 1849 and was the terminus from London (97˝ miles) for five months until the line to Norwich was completed. The st More...
Burston Youth Cafe
Every Thursday during term time in St Mary’s church. If you are High School Age the Youth café is open from 3.45pm to 5.15pm and you get free pizza and milk shake. More...