• Operator for Brundall Sports Hub

    Brundall Parish Council is seeking an Operator for Brundall Sports Hub.
    Please see link below to our website with information on the Sports Hub. Expressions of interest to the Clerk of Brundall Parish Council by midday 18th January 2023 on 07809 144342 or email [email protected]:
  • Cost of Living Crisis 2022- Help and Information

  • Memorial Service for HM Queen Elizabeth II

    Queen Memorial service poster
  • Developing Skills in Health and Social Care

    Q3 2022 (Autumn) DSHSC Newsletter

  • District Councillor (Member’s) small grant fund

    Did you know that you have two District Councillors and that each of them has a personal fund of £500 from Broadland District Council which they can allocate to good causes within this ward?

    There are certain Terms and Conditions attached and the main ones are as follows:

    Grants must be between £50 – £500
    They are usually made to a group rather than to an individual
    These grants cannot be made retrospectively
    They must not be used for routine maintenance work
    Funding could not easily be found elsewhere
    The group must not have received member-led funding in the past two years.

    In recent years, some of the donations across Broadland went to Older Persons’ groups, Scouts, Guides, Brownies and Rainbows, and one Under 7s football team who bought Touchline Shelters.

    If you belong to a group who might appreciate extra help from your District Council as outlined above, or alternatively, if you think you would like to create a new group from scratch and need a small injection of cash to get you started, this may well be the place to try.

    If you think we can help, please get in touch with Cllr Jan Davis, Cllr Eleanor Laming

    Emails:        Cllr Eleanor Laming or Cllr Jan Davis

  • 2022 Good Citizen Award – Terence Neve

    Terry Neve was awarded this year’s Good Citizen Award at the Annual Parish Meeting on 11th April held at the St Laurence Centre. Here pictured with Chairman of Brundall Parish Council Kevin Wilkins.

    Terry and his wife Christine have lived in Brundall since 1971 and almost straightaway began to care for the green space next to his bungalow in Page Road. If you visit that area, you will see that it is quite a sizeable area and Terry has been mowing that same grass area for over 50 years now.

    In recent years, Terry has been in regular contact with the Council to make arrangements for the future maintenance of the area and has also kept a close eye on the public footpath leading from Cucumber Lane to Page Road, ensuring that the surface has been fit to walk on and from time to time liaising with his neighbours to put down chipped bark to keep it in a good state.

    Terry has shown much tenacity and patience with the Council in making his voice heard during many phone calls in recent months with the Countryside Access Officer to ensure that the path and the grass area at Page Road will be properly maintained in future years and to enable him to take a well-deserved rest after more than 50 years toil!

    Along with the Clerks, he has also been instrumental in getting the Page Road public footpath tarmacked and has been sure to oversee the ongoing works and ensure that the Council roadmen have been doing their job properly!!

    Terry has also been an avid weight trainer since 1963 and is still a  member of the Apollon Weight Training Club, He was informed that the club must find a new location when the Duke Street centre was closed. Apollon were invited by the Rugby Club at North Walsham Road to operate there in disused squash courts. Unfortunately, the Rugby Club moved from Spixworth to the UEA in 2016 and they were given notice. However, after many unsuccessful efforts to relocate, Apollon is still operating at the old Rugby Club premises but is still looking for a new building. Terry is still part of the club and says they are always on the lookout for new members!!

    Terry has proved to be a very good citizen of Brundall, and the Chairman said he was very pleased to be able to award this plaque to him and to thank him for all his efforts to help keep Brundall a lovely village to live in.


  • Norfolk’s Recycling Centres – Annual Survey from Norfolk County Council

    Share Your Thoughts on Norfolk’s Recycling Centres

    Norfolk County Council’s annual recycling centre survey is an opportunity for householders to give feedback about their local recycling centres. The survey runs every year to provide an ongoing picture of what is working well, what could be improved and how residents are using the household waste recycling centres. Even if you don’t use them, we want to hear from you so that we can understand why.

    The survey runs from 14 February 2022 until 31 March 2022 and will only take a few minutes to complete.

    Link to survey:


  • New for 2022 – Brundall Men’s Shed

    Mens Shed Brundall -Feb 22
  • Brundall Village Survey

    Click on link below to access Brundall Village Survey:



    Download the leaflet to view Survey background and further details:

    Online Survey Leaflet -hard copy


    Online Survey Leaflet -hard copy
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