About this site
Welcome. This site has been created by the Parish Council to allow us to better connect with the people living and working in our village. You can read more about what the council does here and you can leave a response on most pages to let us know your views on the subject.
Parish Clerk: Sharon Smyth
Deputy Parish Clerk: Claudia Dickson
Brundall Parish Council
Brundall Memorial Hall
Brundall NR13 5LL
Clerks’ office general hours for members to visit has recently changed: 1pm to 3pm Tuesday and Wednesday and 11 am to 1pm on Thursday and Friday
If you wish to make an appointment please call the numbers below:
Landline: 01603 712223
Mobile: 07809 144342
***Emergencies only use mobile number and your call will be dealt with.
Email the Clerk: [email protected]
Email the Deputy Clerk: [email protected]
Brundall Local History Group talks January 2019 to February 2020
Thursday January 16, 7.30pm, Brundall Memorial Hall, Links Avenue.
The history of Norfolk on a stick – more than 500 Norfolk villages now display their ‘history on a stick’. In this illustrated talk, Dr. Andrew Tullett invites you to travel through time, from the prehistoric to the present-day, using images from the signs for inspiration. Visitors £2.50, members free. www.brundallvillagehistory.org.uk
Thursday February 20, 7.30pm, Brundall Memorial Hall, Links Avenue.
Bergh Apton farmer Kevin Parfitt’s insight into life in his village and on his own farm, in the family for 108 years. Visitors £2.50, members free. www.brundallvillagehistory.org.uk
Thursday March 19, 7.30pm, Brundall Memorial Hall, Links Avenue. Afternoon tea with Elizabeth Fry – a costumed talk by Georgette Vale. Mrs Fry reflects on her life as a Quaker and her work as a prison reformer, philanthropist and anti-slavery campaigner. Visitors £2.50, members free. www.brundallvillagehistory.org.uk