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.
The meeting will be held virtually via ZOOM – instructions within the agenda.
Message from Clare Morton (Weston), John Parsons (Morton), Trevor smith (Attlebridge) and Ruth Goodall (Weston)
The Hall for All is a great success, and has already had a big effect in bringing the people of Attlebridge, Morton and Weston Longville together. It’s a real and enduring amenity; but its value is ultimately measured by the way in which it strengthens the communities it serves.
When money became available from the wind turbines, the people who are managing this funding had the idea of investing a part of it more directly in community spirit and bonding. Hence the 3 Parishes Big Party on June 25th. Poster and timetable attached. It’s a kind of gift to all the residents and their families. All the residents: more than anything, it’s to emphasise that community does mean everybody. It’s not just about people who are busy and active and involved. It’s not about class (whatever that is), or money, or life-style choices of any kind. It’s everybody.
So this party needs YOU. Simply knowing; simply being aware and being in touch; simply saying hello to each other; is a big part of the purpose and value of such an event. It’s all free, including the food, there’s lots to do, and of course we hope for brilliant weather. Please spread the word: Please come and join the party.
3 PP Poster Page 1 3PP Poster Page 2
Due to a slight change of schedule, forthcoming meetings for the Parish Council are as follows:-
5 January 2015
18 May 2015
13 July 2015
14 September 2015
9 November 2015
Meetings will be held at 7.30pm in the Hall for All.
Bernard Matthews Ltd appealed to the Planning Inspectorate against the decision of Broadland District Council to refuse permission for the above development.
The Planning Inspectorate accepted the appeal and held a hearing at the Village Hall to determine matter. Local residents and interested persons attended the event (which ran from 16-18 November 2011). The Inspector’s Decision can be viewed here Appeal decision.