• What Brundall Parish Council Does

    Brundall Parish Council is a Local Authority organization serving the civil Parish of Brundall.

    Brundall Parish Council consists of up to 12 residents of Brundall, who give their time and effort freely for the benefit of the community.  Members of the Parish Council are normally elected to serve, by the residents of Brundall, every 4 years. The last election was May 2023.

    The Parish Council is responsible for many things including:

    • Monitoring and reporting on the general tidiness of the village
    • Management of grass cutting to public areas
    • Expressing views and recommendations on local Planning Applications
    • Assisting Norfolk Constabulary with Community Speed Watch scheme in Brundall

    The provision and maintenance of:

    • Bus Shelters
    • Cucumber Lane Cemetery
    • Memorial Hall Playground
    • Meadow View Play Area
    • Brundall Sports Hub
    • Cremer’s Meadow
    • The award winning Church Fen Local Nature Reserve
    • Public Leisure Areas -including the Allotments, Brundall Countryside Park and the award winning Cremer’s Meadow 
    • Street Lighting 
    • Public Seating/Benches

    Members of the Parish Council meet once a month at a Parish Council Meeting to discuss, report, monitor and, most importantly, make decisions on matters concerning the village of Brundall.

    These Meetings are usually held at the St Laurence Centre, Brundall, on the fourth Monday of each month at 7.00 pm.  For the Events Calendar see below:



    In addition to being published on this web site, the Agendas and the venue of meetings are always posted on the 5 village notice boards located by the Chip Shop, outside both Co-Op stores, in The Street Car Park, top of Berryfields (j/w Cucumber Lane).  Members of the public are very welcome and actively encouraged to attend and express their views or concerns on Parish matters, during an adjournment of the formal meeting.   Don’t miss out, have your say!!

    If after exploring these web pages you want to find out more about the Parish Council or are interested in becoming a Parish Councillor), call the Parish Clerk, on 01603 712223 or Mobile: 07809 144342 or email us at [email protected]

    Contact hours for the public at the Brundall Memorial Hall office are:

    Monday: Closed

    Tuesday: 10.30am to 12.30pm

    Wednesday: 10.30 am to 12.30pm

    Thursday: Closed

    Friday: 10.30 am to 12.30 pm

    The office is in the Memorial Hall building off Links Avenue. (NR13 5LL). Follow the signage for “Parish Clerk’s Office”.

    We recommend making and appointment if you need to speak to someone confidentially.

    Emergency Mobile number is 07809 144342  eg; to report dangerous amenity situations. Alternative number 07769 972902

  • Administration Assistant vacancy

    Brundall Parish Council are seeking a temporary part-time Administration Assistant for an immediate start, 15-20 hours per week for 3 months, job share considered. Whilst salary and responsibilities will depend on the successful candidate, this role will include guidance and support.


    • Dealing with enquiries from the public by phone, email, letter and face-to-face.
    • Administration and accurate record keeping.
    • Maintaining and updating Parish Notice boards.
    • Assist the Clerk in preparation of agendas, detailed reports and associated documents in preparation for meetings and assist the Clerk in co-ordination of responses arising from meetings and forwarding to relevant recipients/bodies.
    • Assist the Clerk with work relating to the Cemetery, Allotments, and Parish Council owned and managed land.
    • Project based duties.
    • To undertake such other duties commensurate with the level of the post and job purpose as required by the Clerk and Council.


    • Enthusiasm with an interest in your local community
    • Administration experience (to cover all areas, including taking meeting notes).
    • Understanding of Microsoft 365 packages.
    • Be very organised with excellent attention to detail.
    • Able to attend meetings during the day and evenings as required.
    • Able to support the Parish Clerk as required.
    • Discretion and confidentiality.
    • Be proactive.
    • Be able to work collaboratively within a small team environment, helping as required.


    • Previous Parish Council experience.
    • Experience in event planning.
    • Experience in project planning.


    • Competitive salary. Pay dependent on the relevant skills and experience within pay scale SCP 18 – 24 (£15.12 – £17.16 per hour)
    • 22 Days Annual Leave (plus bank holidays) pro rata.
    • Role will include guidance and support as required.


    Please send your detailed CV with a short covering letter stating work experience and the qualities and skills you would bring to the job to [email protected] or 07769 972902 if you would like to talk about the role in advance of applying.

    CLOSING DATE: Friday 8th December unless the position is filled earlier.

  • Staffing Committee meeting 1st November 2023

    Please see below for the agenda and other meeting documents for the next Staffing Committee meeting at 9am on Wednesday 1st November in the meeting room at the Memorial Hall.

    Agenda Staffing Committee 1.11.23

    Minutes Staffing Committee 4 August 2023

  • Street Lights

    Q. How can I report faulty street lights?

    A. If you are aware of a faulty street light please do not hesitate to report it.  When reporting a fault it would be most helpful if you could provide as much of the following information as possible:

    • The name of the street in which the light is located
    • The number of the light – normally stencilled or stamped onto the lighting column
    • The property number or name nearest to the light
    • The type of fault eg not lighting, lighting at the wrong time, permanently on, damaged light, reduced intensity of the light etc

    There are some 260 street lights in the village.  Some are the responsibility of the Parish Council,  some are the responsibility of Norfolk County Council, Broadland District Council or management companies.  Listed below are the roads with the name of the body responsible.

    Norfolk County Council: Click on Link below to report a fault to Norfolk County Council

    (Scroll down further to see roads owned by the Parish Council and other bodies): 


    Telephone: 0344 800 8020

    Norfolk County Council owned streetlights:

    • Berryfields
    • Blofield Road
    • Brecklands Road
    • Deacon Close
    • Deepdale
    • Firtree Close
    • Greenacre Close
    • Grovebury Close
    • Lackford Close
    • Links Avenue
    • Mallard Close
    • Meadow View
    • Medswell Close
    • Morse Close
    • Oakdale Road
    • Oakhill
    • Postwick Lane
    • Riverdale Court
    • Station New Road
    • Station Road
    • Strumpshaw Road
    • The Coigncroft
    • The Dales
    • The Street
    • Westfield Road
    • Yare Valley Rise

    Street lights in the below named roads should be reported to the Parish Council by telephoning 07809 144342. Your assistance is very much appreciated.

    • Beech Way
    • Beverley Road
    • Blofield Road
    • Brandon Court
    • Brigham Close
    • Cedar Way
    • Cucumber Lane
    • Finch Way
    • Foster Close
    • Highfield Avenue
    • Holmesdale Road
    • Levine Close
    • Longmeadow
    • Lake View Drive
    • Braydeston Crescent
    • Nurseries Avenue
    • Page Road
    • Parker Close
    • Redliffe Way
    • Riverside Estate
    • Rose Walk
    • Springdale Cresent and Springdale Road
    • St Clements Way
    • St Laurence Avenue
    • St Michaels Way

    The Pastures:

    Cooper Row

    Maurecourt Drive

    Gray Close

    Varvel Close

    Switchboard  |  01603 977200 and report the location of the streetlight concerned,

    Persimmon Homes

    The Mallards:

    Willow Close

    Stanley Road

    Contact Kier Living via www.chamonixestates.co.uk

    Chamonix Estates


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