The latest SNAP newsletter from Broadland Police is here:
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
The village sign has been beautifully restored and is now back on Stock’s Green. Thanks to everyone who has helped.
Here is the latest Hornsea Three Community Newsletter June 2018
You can now contact Norfolk Police online to report various matters.
Here’s how: Norfolk Police guide to contacting them online
Our village sign is currently being restored.
Have you discovered this spitfire in Haveringland yet?
Painted by children at Cawston Primary Academy to celebrate RAF100, you can spot the model flying from a telegraph pole in the village.
The next Parish Meeting will be held on 5th April 2018. You can find further details on the agenda here: Haveringland Parish Meeting Agenda April 2018
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.