Beighton Parish Council

Welcome to the website of Beighton Parish Council, incorporating Moulton St Mary.

Our contact details are on the right hand side.

British Sugar at Parish Council meeting

British Sugar plans to attend our next meeting on Tuesday, 10th March at 8.00pm to answer questions from residents

 

 

Agenda for 10th March 2015

Agenda

Draft minutes of 13th January 2015

13th January 2015

Nomination pack for parish council elections

Nomination-pack

Please note that you must not sign these forms until after 9th March.

The forms must then be delivered to Broadland District Council by 4 pm on Thursday, 9th April.

Sugar beet lorry speeds

Residents are reminded that any complaints about traffic speeds of sugar beet lorries or sugar tankers should be reported as soon as possible to British Sugar on 01493 700351.

 Please give details of the haulage company, make of lorry, colour and/or registration number of the vehicle concerned as the Factory can match up details with the times that vehicles arrive at or leave the weighbridge.

 

 

 

 

Concert at North Burlingham

SPRING CONCERT.

St. Andrew’s Church, North Burlingham

7.00pm on Saturday 28th March.

Tickets £6.00 at the door, refreshments provided. Following two successful previous concerts, this shows the quality of local talent that we have around us. Musical director Nikki Thomas.

Roadside scam

The following is a local policing update for the Acle neighbourhood

 

Weekly crime summary 30th January to 6th Febraury 2015

Police are urging motorists to be aware of a roadside scam involving men claiming to have broken down.

The warning follows a number of incidents in Norfolk and Suffolk this week whereby drivers have been flagged down by men from a supposedly broken down car.

Motorists are either asked for cash so they can purchase fuel, or offered jewellery in exchange for cash. The jewellery often appears to be low value – either cheap gold or polished metal – and not worth what they are asked to pay.

Officers are urging motorists to be vigilant and to report any similar incidents to police – using the 101 number for suspicious activity or 999 if you believe a crime is in progress.

Parish Council Elections

Parish Council elections take place on Thursday, 7th May. All the current parish councillors cease to be councillors on Monday, 11th May.  Some of the current councillors may decide to put themselves forward again for election. Some may not.

Would you like to stand for election? Are you  interested in parish matters and would you like to find out more? Would you like to be part of the decision making body for areas of Beighton and Moulton St Mary, commenting on local planning applications, deciding on grants for local groups, helping with community projects and generally making the villages an even better place to live, work and visit?  The Parish Council is currently working on designing new village signs for each village.

There are 7 spaces on the Parish Council. If 7 or fewer people put themselves forward then everyone will automatically be “elected” on to the Council, without an election. If more than 7 people stand for election, then there will be a vote on 7th May.

Parish councillors are unpaid volunteers.  Training is available. Parish Council meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month,  so you would need to be able to attend most of these evening meetings.

You need to be 18 or over and live or work in Beighton or Moulton St Mary to be a councillor, and you must be a British subject or an eligible Commonwealth citizen or a citizen of any other member state of the European Union.

Nomination forms will be available shortly and need to be delivered to Broadland District Council by 4pm on Thursday, 9th April.  If you are interested in finding out more, speak to one of the current parish councillors, or the clerk on 01493 751070 or email : Paulinejames@aol.com

 

Tots2Teens Holiday Activities

Tots2Teens Holiday Activities

Do you have children who are aged between 5 and 16? If so, Tots2Teens holiday activity sessions run by Broadland District Council could be for you. Multiple sessions are run daily during all school holidays and include a wide range of activities including art, cookery, sports, wildlife activities and specialised sessions for older children.  All sessions take place at schools and village halls around Broadland, from Aylsham to Sprowston and Thorpe St Andrew to Acle offering young people the opportunity to try something different and make new friends. To become a member of Tots2Teens and receive our e-brochure before each school holiday, please telephone us on 01603 430525 to register your families details.

 

Booking lines for our February half term holiday sessions are now open, members can see what’s on and make bookings online at www.broadland.gov.uk/t2t or by calling a member of the Tots2Teens team on 01603 430525. 50% discounts are available for families claiming council tax or housing benefit from Broadland District Council. To keep up to date with all the Tots2Teens news, please like us on facebook- www.facebook.com/bdctots2teens

Upton Horticultural Society

Upton Horticultural Society starts its 2015 season on Tuesday, 10th February at 7.45 pm at Upton Village Hall with a talk on Snowdrops.

Membership is £7.50 for the year or you can pay £2.50 for one meeting. Ring John Harriss on 01493 751057 for more details of just turn up on the night.

10th Feb      Snowdrops

10th March  Harbingers of Spring

14th April     Workers, Wellingtons and Wheelbarrows

12th May       Unusual edibles

9th June        The Lake District and its Wildlife

14th July       Garden Bugs; cohabit, conserve or control

11th August   A Year in a Florist Shop

8th Sept        The Story of Henstead Exotic Garden

13th Oct         Highlights of Chelsea and Hampton Court Shows

10th Nov        Sweet Peas

8th Dec           Annual Meeting and Social Evening