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Monday, 8th May 2017, Bunwell Village Hall, 7.00pm
Bunwell Parish Council are holding their Annual Parish Meeting, to which all parishioners are invited, where current and future plans and thoughts will be shared and discussed. This is your chance either just to listen or to have a say and influence what goes on in Bunwell. Neighbouring Councils and village organisations are also invited to attend and take part.
Reports will be given by the Chairman of the Parish Council and other village groups.
Looking forward: changes that are happening and plans for the future:
- Opportunity to change parish boundaries and governance.
- Planned changes to the village vacuum sewage system - Anglian Water
- Village traffic, speeding, and winter road conditions in outlying areas
- Development of Bunwell as a good place to live, housing and who makes what decisions
- Village facilities
- Updating of Village Emergency Plan
- Any other suggestions from the village
Please come along and help drive the right decisions for the future of Bunwell
South Norfolk Community Governance Review begins today. The review begins with a consultation period (between 20 March - 12 June) whereby residents can complete a survey to express their views. The link is as follows: http://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/communitygovernancereview1/
For more information and to keep up to date please visit the South Norfolk Council website https://www.south-norfolk.gov.uk/boundary-and-polling-station-reviews
Bunwell Parish Council, with generous support from the British Heart Foundation, Waitrose, SNC and donations, has purchased four defibrillators for use in Bunwell and the surrounding area.
They are available for use by anyone at any time if someone has had a heart attack (cardiac arrest)
The County Council elections are taking place on 4 May 2017. You must be registered to vote by 13 April. If you’re not already registered it’s quick and easy to do so, please visit www.gov.uk/register-to-vote. If you would like to apply for a postal vote you must do this by 5pm on 18 April. Please visit www.south-norfolk.gov.uk/forthcoming-elections to apply for a postal vote and for further details on the elections.
Sunday 7th May 2017
2-5pm Bunwell Village Hall
£5 Admission (inc Tea & Coffee)
In support for Help for Heroes
Dancing to -
Sorry no Stiletto Heels