The Parish Council welcomes Mr David Stone to the Council, David will be attending his first official meeting this month.
David lives with his wife Jean in Gallants Lane, he has 2 grown up children and 2 grandchildren.
He is a retired Chartered Engineer and now enjoys spending time with his family, DIY and politics.
He considers himself a people person always ready to discuss and listen to others points of view. He is very much looking forward to joining the Council and serving its residents as a Councillor.
We would like to announce that Mr Kevin Rayner has now joined the Parish Council and will attend his first official meeting this month.
Kevin has was born and raised in East Harling and lives in Hamblings Piece with his young family.
Kevin has seen many changes in the village during his time here and is very passionate about the future of the village. He is looking forward to being able to voice his views and concerns about the Parish and feels he has a lot to offer the Council being a local man.
HARLING PARISH COUNCIL
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 15th October
More details can be found on the Council website
On Sunday 5th August we saw the opening of the new sports courts at the Recreation Ground. An opening ceremony took place and the courts were officially opened by local tennis star Pippa Horn. Mini Tennis taster sessions took place followed by junior and adults free sessions on the new courts. Nets were taken down at 4pm for Netball and basketball free play.
The project cost £30,000 and funds were raised with national and local grants.
The Courts are available to book at the Harling SportsPark website.
The photo shows members of the Parish Council along with Martin Gooderham of Harling SportsPark, District Councillor Robert Kybird, Pippa Horn and Tennis Edge who carried out the coaching.
Norfolk Police urge members of the public to be vigilant and security conscious, ensuring outbuildings and sheds are locked and secure, following a number of rural crime reports in the Breckland areas. Officers, including community and specialist units are working together to target those that seek to steal from our communities.
There’s more rural crime prevention advice available at: https://www.norfolk.police.uk/advice/rural-crime
and members of the public are urged to report any suspicious incidents/activity/persons and vehicles to police on 101.
We have been advised by Norfolk County Council that they are proposing to implement the experimental weight restriction on Monday 2nd April 2018.
The 18 tonne weight limit on the B1111 will run from immediately south of the A11 slip roads through to the A1066 junction at Garboldisham. The weight limit will be ‘Except for Access’ meaning that HGV’s and farm vehicles needing to access a location within the weight restriction will still be able to use the road.
Norfolk County Council and the Parish Council will be monitoring traffic flows and users while the experimental weight restriction is in place.
This is marvellous news for the Parish Council and for the village as we have been fighting for this restriction for over 20 years.
Norfolk County Council is reviewing a number of bus services which are operated under contract to the council, including some in your area.
Attached are copies of the documents which are being displayed on the services over the next few weeks, each worksheet largely covers a different service or area and includes proposed timetables. Consultation for p&c_South Norfolk1 Consultation for p&c_South Norfolk
The flexibuses are currently a pre book travel option; part of the proposal is timetabling some routes where past usage has been higher, and to remain pre book in areas which lightly use the service.
The 10a service from East Harling to Norwich is likely to remain largely the same, however, we will explore options of a Saturday service which may replace the current Saturday service to Diss.