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WELCOME TO OUR PARISH

Please download a welcome pack

NEWS FROM THE PARISH

NEXT MEETING -    Annual Parish meeting - 14 April 2021 and Annual Parish Council meeting -  5 May 2021  both virtual

New items added;

  • Annual parish meeting agenda - MEETINGS tab - minutes & agendas

  • Annual Parish Meeting poster - NEWS/INFO/EVENTS & LINKS tab - news/information

  • Cllr vacancy notice - NEWS/INFO/EVENTS & LINKS tab - news/information

  • Mins of meeting 13 Jan 21 - MEETINGS tab - minutes & agendas

  • March Newsletter - NEWSLETTER tab

  • Agenda for 10 March meeting - MEETINGS tab - minutes & agendas

  • Notes & presentation from Town & Parish council forum - NEWS/INFO/EVENTS & LINKS tab - news/information

  • Riparian owners guidance notes - NEWS/INFO/EVENTS & LINKS tab - news/information

  • Recycling info - NEWS/INFO/EVENTS & LINKS tab - news/information

  • Flash Flooding poster - NEWS/INFO/EVENTS & LINKS tab - news/information

  • Draft minutes 13 Jan 21 - MEETINGS tab - minutes & agendas

  • January 2021 Newsletter - NEWSLETTER tab

  • Mins of meetings 18 Nov and 2 Dec 2020 - MEETINGS tab - minutes & agendas

  • 17 Dec 2020 - Covid update - Supporting Care Homes - COVID-19 tab

  • Draft planning consultation mins - 2 Dec - MEETINGS tab - minutes & agendas

  • November Newsletter - NEWSLETTER tab

  • Norfolk County Council Covid winter support scheme - COVID-19 tab

  • PROW survey from BPCRW pc - NEWS/INFO/EVENTS & LINKS tab - news/information

  • Agenda for 2 Dec 2020 planning consultation - MEETINGS tab - minutes & agendas

  • Meeting dates for 2021 - MEETINGS tab.

NOTICE BOARDS are available in Brandon Parva, Coston, Runhall & Welborne. If you would like a notice or flyer put on them please either send electronically or deliver a paper copy to the clerk - Bev Long.

ABOUT OUR PARISH VILLAGES

Brandon Parva – hill where broom grows; Coston – slope, riverbank; Runhall – nook of land where there are tree trunks; Welborne – the running brook from the well; all in the Hundred of Forehoe are quiet Mid Norfolk villages bypassed by the great events of history and undisturbed by modern developments. They still bear the imprint of the small farmers and agricultural workers who forged them. Havens of quiet and tranquillity, which enhance our way of life.

Figures taken from the 2011 national census state that the parish has a population of 401 with 148 households sitting in an area of 1,198 hectares.

Brandon Parva, Coston, Runhall & Welborne Parish Council  | Bev Long (clerk) - 01362 850162 | clerk@bpcrwparishcouncil.info