Useful Links

More information about Brundall

Brundall, known in the Domesday Book as ‘Brundala’ meaning ‘Broomy nook’ is a thriving village in the Norfolk Broads National Park situated six miles from Norwich. Click here for more informtion.

Broadland District Council

Broadland District Council, Planning

The Planning service is at the forefront of making services and information available online. You can now submit and pay for planning applications online using the Planning Portal. Using the Planning Explorer part of our website you can search our entire database of applications going back to 1974 for applications, decisions, appeals, site history etc. Use the Planning Explorer to find: Recent applications (previously referred to as the weekly list) Details for a specific application Details of recent decisions Details of recent appeals Details of applications going before the next planning committee Other combinations of dates and locations or types of applications

District Councillor – Andrew Proctor

District Councillor – Michael Snowling

Norfolk County Council

Norfolk County Council Records Office

The Norfolk Record Office collects and preserves records of historical significance for the county of Norfolk and makes them accessible to as wide a range of people as possible. It is a joint service of the County and District Councils of Norfolk. In 2005, the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA) granted Designation status to the Record Office’s entire collection.

Norfolk County Council – Adult Education

Norfolk County Council Adult Education Skills & Qualifications Brochure and Learning for Life Brochure are available now. Courses are held at venues across Norfolk. Find out what is going on in your area by calling 0844 800 8002 for your FREE copy or visit our website.

Broads Authority

The Norfolk and Suffolk Broads is Britain’s largest protected wetland and third largest inland waterway, with the status of a national park. It’s also home to some of the rarest plants and animals in the UK. The Broads Authority was set up in 1989, with responsibility for conservation, planning, recreation and waterways.

St Laurence Church Brundall

The church of St Laurence serves the village of Brundall which is situated about five miles East of Norwich on the North bank of the river Yare. The Benefice including Braydeston and Postwick Churches is within the Diocese of Norwich.

St Laurence Church Brundall-Fundraising

Fundraising for St Laurence Church, Brundall choice, savings and value for you, raising money for us at the same time.

Norfolk NHS – Help When You Need It Most

Online directory for anyone living in Central Norfolk, East Norfolk or Waveney who has a life limiting illness, and their relatives, carers or friends

NCCPG (Garden Conservation)

Save our Plant Heritage – Pass it on. If you’re a gardener, a horticultural enthusiast, or just someone who values our natural and cultural heritage, think about this…our traditional British garden plants are disappearing.

National Express

Timetables for Norwich Brundall Gardens Brundall Lingwood Acle Buckenham Cantley Reedham Berney Arms Great Yarmouth Haddiscoe Somerleyton Oulton Broad North Lowestoft

Wherry Lines

Welcome to the Wherry Lines! The Norwich to Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft Railways

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2 Responses to Useful Links

  1. Wendy Ward says:

    Sharol – please would you be kind enough to add our website – http://www.brundallvillagehistory.org.uk – to your ‘Links’ page.
    Thanks very much.
    Wendy

    • brundallparishcouncil says:

      Hi Wendy, sorry for the late reply What is the correct name of your group? Brundall Local History Group?
      Thanks
      Sharon.

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