There is now a selection of photos from Forties in the Fields 2018 on our webpages.
Have you seen the new track to St. Peter’s Church? Thanks to Les and also to NR Ashphalt for helping to make our church more accessible.
Congratulations to St Peter’s Church Action Group, Haveringland for being highly commended at this year’s Norfolk Community Biodiversity Awards. Recognised for their work to develop and actively manage the churchyard as a wildlife conservation area, as well as working with nearby landowners to improve the biodiversity of the surrounding area by planting the trees in the “avenue of remembrance” and areas for wildflowers.
Thanks to everyone who has helped achieve this.
Here’s a link to an article in the EDP:
Back by popular request! “Forties in the Fields” returns to Haveringland Parish Church with live music from Timescape
1940s music – heritage dispays – licenced bar – food
Saturday 21st July at 6 p.m.
The latest SNAP newsletter from Broadland Police is here:
Please join us for shared silence in this mini-retreat from the noise of modern life.
Sit inside the church…………or sit or walk in the churchyard, which has been transformed into a conservation area.
There will be a short piece of music to mark the start and end of the silence. Refreshments will be available afterwards. If you would like to stay for the sunset, the church will remain open until it gets dark.
Haveringland Parish Church (NR10 4PW) on Tuesday 24th July at 7.00 – 7.45pm
Find out more on the Haveringland Church Action Group pages
or on this flyer Haveringland Parish Church Silence
The Minerals and Waste Local Plan will contain policies used to determine planning applications for minerals developments and waste management facilities in Norfolk. Public consultation takes place from 29th June to 13th August 2018. During this period all documents are available to view at public libraries, some council offices or on Norfolk County Council’s website on the ‘Norfolk Minerals and Waste Local Plan Review’ page: www.norfolk.gov.uk/nmwdf