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South Norfolk Help Hub Bulletin

https://roydon-disspc.norfolkparishes.gov.uk/files/2019/09/South-Norfolk-Help-Hub-bulletin-300819-Copy-Copy.pdf

TRO A14 September

http://emporary Road Closures on The Street and Blo’ Norton Road in the Parish of South Lopham due to works to shroud low conductors

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Signed April 18 minutes

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Signed Minutes April 2018

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RPC Report May 2018[6858]

RPC Agenda – Annual Parish Meeting – 22nd May 2018

How to Report a Problem

How to Report a Problem

A lot of common problems can be reported direct to the right people by members of the public either online or by telephone. This can often be quicker and more effective than going through the Parish Council, though you are also welcome to inform the Parish Council that you have reported a problem in case the problem needs to be followed up in the future.

Fly Tipping and Littering
click http://www.south-norfolk.gov.uk/ and  enter “fly tipping” in the search box and choose “fly tipping” or “littering” and enter the details online
or call 01508 533633

Potholes and Road Surfaces
Click  http://www.norfolk.gov.uk  and enter “pothole” in the search box and select either “potholes” or “report a problem” for other issues, and enter the details online
or call 0344 800 8020 (working hours only)
or email [email protected] with name, address, telephone number and postcode

Obstructed Verges, Overgrown Hedges & Trees, etc
Click www.norfolk.gov.uk and enter “verges” and select “Trees, Hedges and Verges” – at the bottom of the page select “report a problem” and enter details online
or call 0344 800 8020
or email [email protected] with name, address, telephone number and postcode

Hare Coursing
If you suspect hare coursing is happening now, call 999
If you suspect hare coursing has happened recently, call 101

Police Emergency
call 999

Police Non-Emergency
call 101 (including reporting traffic infringements)

Power Cut
call 105

Flooding
Click  www.norfolk.gov.uk and enter “flood” in the search box and select “Report a Flood”
or call 0344 800 8020 (working hours only)
or email [email protected] with name, address, telephone number and postcode

Stray Dog or Lost Dog
click http://www.south-norfolk.gov.uk   and enter “stray” in the search box and select “stray and lost dogs”
or call 01508 533633

Footpath Problems (Overgrown/Bridge Damaged or Missing/Sign Missing etc)
Click  www.norfolk.gov.uk and enter “public rights of way” and then select “about public rights of way” or scroll down to the map and click on the map to report a problem
or call 0344 800 8020 (working hours only)
or email mailto:[email protected] with name, address, telephone number and postcode

Damaged Road Signs
Click  www.norfolk.gov.uk and enter “road signs” in the search box
or call 0344 800 8020 www.norfolk.gov.uk (working hours only)
or email [email protected] with name, address, telephone number and postcode

Damaged or Missing Street Nameplates:
click  http://www.south-norfolk.gov.uk  and enter “street nameplate” in the search box, choose “Street Naming and House Numbering” and find “report a problem to us”
or call 01508 533633

Accounts

By law, the Parish Council must publish the accounts for the previous year once they have been externally audited.  These accounts will be posted on the website and on the noticeboards located at the Village Hall and Louies Lane in order to meet these statutory requirements.  Please contact the Parish Clerk, at [email protected]  if you wish to obtain copies.  There is a nominal charge for this service.