Our next Parish Meeting will be held on Thursday 28th September. All Haveringland residents are welcome to attend and discuss issues which are important to them and which might be addressed by the parish. Please see the agenda here: Haveringland Parish Meeting Agenda 28th September 2017
The latest newsletter from our Safer Neighbourhood Team has just arrived! If you have any suggestions about priority issues for the forthcoming year please email your Parish Clerk.
Here’s the third community newsletter about the Hornsea Project Three, a new offshore wind farm that DONG Energy is proposing to develop in the North Sea, over 120 km off the north Norfolk coast.
Caring for a loved one who is ill, disabled or older can be valuable and rewarding, but without the right support, caring can have an impact on your health, your job, your finances and your social life. Take a look at the new free digital resource for unpaid carers in Norfolk from Norfolk County Council and Carer UK.
The draft minutes of our meeting on 23rd March 2017 are now available to read here: Draft minutes of Haveringland Parish Meeting 23rd March 2017
Our first community clean up was a great success! 11 volunteers harvested 38.5 kilos of litter from 13.6 kilometres of verges in Haveringland. Read all about The Great Haveringland Spring Clean 2017 here.
Could you help us to keep our village looking spick and span? We will be holding our first litter pick of the year on Saturday 8th April from 9 a.m. If you would like to join us, please contact Deborah Boldero (email@example.com). There will be hi viz jackets, grabbers and sacks provided plus refreshments following our hard work!
The March edition of the Reepham Parish Newsletter from Norfolk Police is now available to read.
The next Parish Meeting will be held on 23rd March 2017. All parish residents are welcome. Here is the Agenda for Haveringland Parish Meeting 23rd March 2017
Dong energy are holding community consultation events about the proposed Hornsea offshore wind farm and potential cable routes across Broadland.
Find out more at www.dongenergy.co.uk/hornseaproject3