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Road Closure Notice

Roydon STRO6585 PT

Temporary Road Closure – Brewers Green

Roydon STRO6813 Emergency Notice

East Anglia GREEN pylons

Following the Parish Council meeting held on 25th May, the council is formulating a response to the consultation.  We are encouraging the public to also respond to this consultation by accessing the feedback forms on the National Grid East Anglia GREEN website and following the link.

Local Policing Neighbourhood Team Newsletter

February edition of the Police Newsletter from your Local Policing Neighbourhood Team

Police & PCC Engagement Surgery

A Message from UK Power Networks

As a result of #StormEunice, heavy rain and high winds are due to arrive on Friday 18th Feb. @UKPowerNetworks has extra field engineers and call centre staff on hand to support any customers affected. Call 105 to report a powercut or visit www.ukpowernetworks.co.uk/powercut #ukpnnews

 

Do you, or someone you know, need extra support during a power cut? @UKPowerNetworks provides free services to customers in vulnerable circumstances during a power cut. Visit ukpowernetworks.co.uk/priority for more information. #StormEunice #ukpnnews

Norfolk Wildlife Trust Tree Planting

Volunteers needed.  Please see flyer below:

Volunteer To Plant Trees With Us

Citizen Advice Session

Please find attached details of a free online event from Norfolk Citizens Advice.  They will be providing energy information and practical tips to keep bills down on the 22nd February to help people who are worried about rising energy costs (see attached poster).Free Online Energy Session Poster

January Community Policing Newsletter

Winter Litter Pick Report

Winter Litter Pick

 Following suggestions from litter pickers at the previous parish litter pick last autumn, the parish council agreed to organise an event in the winter period where litter would not be covered by seasonal vegetation growth.

Accordingly, this event took place last Saturday morning, the 5th of February, at the Village Hall. The weather was cold but with bright sun, and a record number of 18 local residents turned out to pick litter in specific areas of the parish allocated to them. In addition, 3 other residents did their litter pick on previous days, being unable to attend on the Saturday.

A large amount of litter was collected and participants were invited afterwards to refreshments in the Hall (see pictures).

Thanks are due to all residents who took part, Debby & Janet, Alan & Kate, Rosemary & Charles, Phil & Karen, Mel & Jacob, Emma & Richard, Ken & Jennie, Dave & Liz, Christine, Hazel, Paul, Jane and Marian.

Additionally, thanks to the parish councillors who set up the event, and provided biscuits and homemade cakes to add to the refreshments kindly provided by the supermarket Morrisons.