PARISH COUNCILLOR VACANCY
- Are you a resident of Harling?
- Do you care about your village?
- Do You want to get involved in community projects?
- Would you like to help make decisions on issues that affect the place where you live or work?
If you are interested in becoming a Parish Councillor please write to us telling us why you should be considered at the address below preferably with a C.V :
5 The Bailiwick
Closing date for applications 27th July
Harling Parish Council has received a prestigious award as part of the Local Council Award Scheme.
This achievement recognises that the council achieves good practice in governance, community engagement and council improvement. Moreover, Harling Parish Council goes above and beyond their legal obligations, leading their communities and continuously seeking opportunities to improve and develop even further.
The Local Council Award Scheme is a peer assessed programme that has been designed to both provide the tools and encouragement to those councils at the beginning of their improvement journeys, as well as promoting and recognising councils that are at the cutting edge of the sector. It is through the sector working together to share best practice, drive up standards and supporting those who are committed to improving their offer to their communities that individual councils and the sector as a whole will reach its full potential.
In terms of the future, the council is now reviewing ways in which it can keep on improving its offer to the local community and welcomes input from local people and partners on this. Harling Parish Council, and other local councils like it, are at the front line of the government’s localism agenda and are doing as much as they can to delivery services whilst being efficient and cost-effective. Currently the council provides a range of services from allotments, traffic management, street lighting and play areas, and wants to improve its community engagement through this.
The Parish Council support line is still busy taking calls daily from residents needing shopping and medicines collecting ,and even dog walking ! and it will continue for as long as is needed.
If you need help, or know someone in the village who needs support ,you can call us on 0793 305 761, 7 days a week.
All other Council business can be called through on the usual number 714656 or email us at [email protected]
Thank you to all the volunteers around the village who have given up their own time over the last 11 weeks to help others, your kindness is unmeasurable 🙏🏻
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NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL proposes to make a Temporary Traffic Order
affecting Eccles Road from a point 200 metres north of its junction with Quidenham
Road for a distance of 50 metres northwards in the PARISH OF EAST HARLING
because of installation of new electricity supply works.
The road will be temporarily closed (except for access) from 8 th June 2020 to 12 th
June 2020 for the duration of the works, expected to be 5 days within the period.
Alternative route is via: Eccles Road, Quidenham Road, road from Kenninghall to
Eccles, Harling Road (East Harling, Quidenham).
(If necessary the restriction could run for a maximum period of 18 months from the
date of the Order).
Penalty: £1000 maximum fine on conviction and/or endorsement for contravention.
In the event of the start date being delayed the new start date will be displayed on
site in advance.
The person dealing with enquiries at Norfolk County Council is Adam Mayo
(Community and Environmental Services) Telephone 0344 800 8020.
We have been informed of the sad passing of two local gentlemen who were both well known in the village and will be sadly missed by many, Philip Hunt and Ron Atkinson.
Due to the many restrictions on funerals at this time there will only be a few close family members allowed at their funerals sadly, so we have been contacted by the Rev’d Caryll Brown who asks if any residents who knew either of these gentlemen, to kindly line the streets to pay their respects as the funeral cortege passes by, this will give a lot of comfort to their families.
Philip will be buried this Tuesday at Garboldisham Road cemetery at 2pm, the cortege will be leaving from his home in Park Court and travelling through the centre of the village to the cemetery
Ron is to be buried on Friday 22nd May at 11am at the Church Yard, he will take his last journey through the village between 10.30-10.45am starting at the Church, Market St, Kings Street, Gallants Lane and along White Hart Street and back to the Church.
Numbers are restricted at both services, so we kindly ask that you do not attend unless the family have requested.