• Land Management Committee meeting 26th January 2023

    The Land Management Committee will be holding a meeting on Thursday 26th January at 10.30am at Brundall Memorial Hall.  All residents are welcome to attend.

    Agenda Land Management Committee 26th Jan 2023

  • Brundall Countryside Park

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    Dec 2021 work by volunteers, Richard Farley, John Philp and John McMillan to give the car park hedge a well needed “haircut”.


    Location of the Countryside Park open space for Brundall:



    There is a Countryside Working Group set up to ensure the site is well kept and run with the aims of the Park in mind and to help maintain the site. Contact the Deputy Clerk to the Parish Council. Email [email protected] or T. 01603 712223 and ask for Claudia Dickson.

    There were 1600 trees planted on the Park in 2015 following a grant from the Forestry Commission and the  species listed are as follows:

    Oak (400), Birch (300), Hazel (300), Cherry (100), Hawthorn (100), Field Maple (100), Guelder Rose (50), Sweet Chestnut (100), Crab Apple (50), Myrobalan Plum (50) and Blackthorn (50).

    What is Brundall Countryside Park? 

    The Countryside Park was established by the Parish Council in 2014 to provide a place for the people of the Brundall to relax and exercise surrounded by nature.

    Over 1600 trees and shrubs have been planted to establish native woodlands and an orchard, and flower-rich grasslands have been created. These habitats are already attracting a wide variety of wildlife and are managed sensitively following a management plan. We ask that members of the public, and their dogs (if applicable), protect this environment by refraining from walking on wildlife areas. The car park and network of mown paths and open areas are maintained to provide access around the site. 

    What can you do there? 

    The Countryside Park is intended primarily for quiet forms of recreation that will not disturb wildlife or other people using the park. Examples of suitable activities include walking, running/jogging, dog walking, nature watching, reading/drawing and quiet picnics.

    Ball games and other energetic or noisy activities are not welcomed. Brundall Parish Council provides facilities for these elsewhere in the village. Cycling, equestrian activities, launching of drones, unauthorised motor or electric vehicles, barbecues, and fires are not permitted.

    Anyone wishing to hold organised group activities must discuss this with the Parish Council and receive their permission prior to any event taking place. Brundall Countryside Park is a wonderful facility provided for the pleasure of villagers and visitors.

    Countryside Park Policy

    Photo Courtesy of Greg Chandler
    Photo courtesy of Greg Chandler
  • Brundall Parkrun

    Mike Page air shot c park brundall

    Picture supplied by courtesy of Mike Page. (copyright)

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    Brundall parkrun opened for events un June 2016 and meets every Saturday morning at the Countryside Park off Postwick Lane, Brundall. See below link to view its location. Parking is on site and there is no vehicular access for car owners into the allotments between 8.30 am and 10am during the weekly event. There is no age limit and the group is very welcoming to new runners. To join parkrun or find out more email: [email protected]

    Location plan of the Countryside Park

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    May be an image of 7 people, people standing, balloon and outdoors


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