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Police Event – Acle SNAP Meeting 15th November 2017

The following is a Police Connect message:

The next Acle Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel meeting will take place as follows:

Weds 15th Nov, 7pm at Lingwood Village Hall.

The SNT have kept the one Priority of ‘ASB from youths in Brundall’.

Planning Applicaton 20171386 Land to the east of Brundall Memorial Hall

There is an application for residents to view relating to land to the east of Brundall Memorial Hall. Please follow the link to view the 76 documents online. If you have any opinion you wish Broadland District council to consider the deadline for comments is 8th September 2017. Brundall Parish Council will be pleased to be copied in to your comments. The Parish Council will be discussing and commenting on the application at its Meeting on 25th September 2017. This planning application missed the August Agenda.
Link to application from Quantum Land number 20171386:

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Virgin Media Works in Brundall

Virgin Media Network Expansion plans Brundall

Dear Councillors,

Virgin Media are investing £3bn of private investment to expand our ultrafast broadband network across the UK, the largest investment in digital communications in a decade.

We have identified Brundall as a key location for expansion and are currently in the process of  bringing  our network to more homes and businesses across the area, including in your ward. We are passionate about the benefits that better connectivity can bring for local residents, businesses and communities. We’re hoping to connect up to 2500 homes or businesses within the area.

Residents who take our services will be connected with fibre broadband that runs directly to their premise offering ultrafast, future-proof connectivity with download speeds of up to 200Mbps for residents and up to 300 Mbps for businesses. Plus, the latest entertainment with up to 260 TV channels, including 66 HD channels as well as access to Sky Sports, Sky Movies and BT Sport, and an extensive TV on demand library of exclusive shows, box sets and movies that the service can also offer. With our new V6 box powered by TiVo we can now offer the very best 4K UHD content from Netflix and YouTube, streamed through our powerful ultrafast broadband network.

Virgin Media will be deploying our next generation broadband network which is known as FTTP (Fibre to the Premise). This technology is future proofed and will provide each resident with a ultra-fast broadband connection right outside of their property.

Further to this, we are using new building techniques which are greener and better such as narrow trenching, less cabinets being erected and less spoil which will be taken out of the ground. This is the most greenest and efficient technique ever used on our network and a UK first for a residential broadband supplier.

The roll-out of Virgin Media services is already taking place in your community and will continue over the coming months. This has been agreed by the Council’s highway department.  We are working with your local highways department to ensure disruption is kept to a minimum; however there are long-term gains as your community moves a step closer to becoming a truly connected area.

We share the UK government’s view for communities to have greater choice and a faster broadband service in the future.  I would welcome the opportunity to discuss with you our plans by telephone or a face to face meeting.  I would also appreciate your help in identifying the key community groups in the local area that I could contact.

We will be arranging a Community Information Event in the area in the coming weeks which you are welcome to attend should you wish and I will forward on the information regarding this at a later date

Residents can register their interest for our products and services via the following link:

http://www.virginmedia.com/cablemystreet/

I hope the above helps.  Please feel free to get in touch if you need any further information.

Kind regards,

Mat Harbord Community Liason Officer  |   Network Expansion

Virgin Media | Unit D1, Wensum Point, 32a Whiifler Road, Norwich, NR3 2AZ

M 07773 946542 | E matthew.harbord1@virginmedia.co.uk

 

 

Brundall Ward Crime Report

The Crime report for Brundall Ward is below. Please click on the link below:

Parish Newsletter Brundall 3

Event POSTPONED_Norfolk Constabulary Meeting – Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel (SNAP)

The Below event is now postponed

Residents of Acle/Brundall/Postwick, Lingwood and Strumpshaw are invited to join the Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel (SNAP) meeting this Saturday, 18 February 2017, from 08:30 at Brundall Park Run, Postwick Lane, Brundall.

The meeting will give people the chance to raise any issues or concerns they may have about where they live and speak to panel members made up of representatives from the police, district council and other agencies.

The panel will decide on the priorities for the area for all partners to act upon for the next two months. Current priorities are to tackle anti social behaviour in Brundall. If you would like to think about what the priorities should be please go and meet with the team to request a change in priorities.

Anyone unable to attend can speak with an officer from Acle Safer Neighbourhood Team by calling 101. Please note parking is very always very tight on the Countryside Park so walking, cycling or car sharing would be better. Or arrive early!

 

Brundall and Blofield Grow Your Community

See link attached:

Grow Your Community Monthly Bulletin August 2016 2 August- Evening News- Brundall and Blofield Good Neighbours

Broadland’s Top Dog Campaign in Brundall

Click on the link to see the photos of a really well attended event at Brundall Memorial Hall. A great venue to catch dog walkers passing by at 9am in the morning. Lots of enthusiastic owners and happy dogs receiving lots of pats, strokes and free tins of dog food courtesy to Brundall PC and Budgens. Alex Bone and Jamie Henry provided good company and were a hit with dogs and their owners alike!

https://www.facebook.com/BroadlandEvents

(Scroll down to the post dated 22 February!!)

Committees and Representatives

Committees and Representatives

Chairman of the Council – Cllr John Warne

Vice-Chairman of the Council Cllr Kevin Wilkins

Membership of Committees:

Advisory Committee – Cllrs G Nurden, J Mickleburgh, J S Warne, Joe Warns 

Church Fen Management Committee – Cllrs J Mickelburgh and Joe Warns

Land Management Committee – Cllr Robert Price (Chairman), Cllr M Russell, Cllr Joe Warns, Cllr Frank Thorpe

CDROB – Cllr Kevin Wilkins (Chairman), Cllr Julie Mickelburgh, Cllr John Warne, Cllr Joe Warns, Cllr Ian Walters.

Sub Planning Group – Cllr Ian Walters (Chief Planning Adviser), Cllr Joe Warns, Cllr Julie Mickelburgh.

Representatives to bodies and associations:

Brundall Memorial Hall – Cllr Joe Warns

Community Police Liaison – Sharon Smyth (Clerk)

NALC – S Smyth (Clerk)

Local Authority Cluster  – Cllr G Nurden, Cllr J Mickelburgh and Cllr I Walters 

Allotment Association – Cllr John Warne

Parish Council appointments:

Parish Tree Warden – Tim Strudwick

Community Speed Watch Co-ordinator – Stephen Rix

Friends Group leaders

Cremer’s Meadow – Cllr Gill Buckley

Countryside Park – Greg Chandler

Projects in Brundall – Healthy Brundall

 Brundall is getting healthyparkrun   We now have Stuart Kenrick the new run Director, and an Organising Group of six including Paul Taylor and Martin Davies who are both Councillors.    

Allotments

Now open for growing and able to take non Brundall residents!! You should ACT NOW if you want one.  

Friends of the Countryside Park. We now have a working Friends group in place.   More ‘Friends’ are still welcome.   

Friends of Cremers Meadow. We have now formed a group of ‘Friends’ who will be interested in working to create a wild life haven on Cremers Meadow – now owned by the village of Brundall. If you’d like to be involved, let us know.

 

If you would like to be involved in any of these health-giving village projects, you can contact the Clerk at the Memorial Hall (or leave a note there), or email the Chairman at m.davies@uea.ac.uk or the Clerk at brundallparishcouncil@hotmail.co.uk . They will pass your message on to the respective leaders.

Brundall Parish Council wins a Biodiversity Award

Please click on the link below to see an article about our new award:

Norfolk Biodiversity Awards 2015

Brundall Parish Council is pleased and proud to announce it has been awarded a top honour for its recent acquisition and development of two parcels of land – Cremer’s Meadow and the Countryside Park. It was awarded the honours due to its community efforts to conserve biodiversity and its enthusiasm plus systematic approach taken to develop the green infrastructure within the village. Cremer’s Meadow has its own Friends group to enhance and develop the site for everyone to enjoy in years to come. The Countryside Park which also has a Friends group, boasts an allotment site, a new Woodland bearing native species and areas to walk through including Low Farm Wood, situated to the North of Postwick Lane. The Council has been successful in setting up a new parkrun facility for all which complements nature with health.

Biodiversity Awards 2015

Group photo of the Norfolk Biodiversity Award winners 2015 including Brundall Parish Council representatives Martin Davies, Greg Chandler and John Philp along with our nominator Heidi Thompson

The Awards Ceremony where Martin Davies received the Honour for the Parish And Town Council category

The Awards Ceremony where Martin Davies received the Honour for the Parish And Town Council category