The Parish of Weston Longville covers an area of just under 3,000 acres and the Parish boundary runs for 12 miles. The Parish is situated 8 miles west of Norwich and has a population of 327 people. It is primarily a rural area and the landscape contains a range of habitats: river, wetland, ponds, mixed deciduous woodland, conifer woods, pasture, species-rich hedgerows, cereal field margins, arable farmland, and green lanes. The land rises from the River Wensum valley to a height of 60 metres. However, the Parish also includes an industrial area on the north side of the A1067, and the turkey farm on what was the old airfield, now owned in part by Bernard Matthews. The Parish has a Village Hall, Church, a pub and a new Hall for All.
About this siteWelcome. This site has been created by the Parish Council to allow us to better connect with the people living and working in the parish.
Parish Area: 1,124 hectares
Population (mid 2009): 360
Electorate (2011): 228
Parish Precept: 4,500
Ward - Great Witchingham
The parish council generally meet on the second Monday of the month in February, May, July, September and November.