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Welcome to Hickling

Hickling is a small village set in the beautiful surroundings of the Norfolk Broads and based on the edge of Hickling broad. Its origins may date back as far as the Bronze age and is referred to in the Domesday book as Hikelinga and being held by the freeman Godwin prior to 1066.

As well as the broad we have two village Inns, a church and chapel, a small primary school and a wonderful nature reserve. We have facilities for sailors, canoeists, wild life enthusiasts and photographers. We also have a recently built Village hall “Hickling Barn”, all set in tranquil and relaxing surroundings.

Please scroll down to find out the latest news from the Parish Council and take your time to explore.

Notice of a Parish Council Meeting. Monday 9th December 2019.

The next meeting of Hickling Parish Council will take place on Monday 9th December at the Chapel Rooms starting at 7.00pm. As with all Council meetings members of the public and press are most welcome. There will be a period of up to 15mins (chair discretion) for members of the public to ask questions, and bring matters to the Council. Agenda 9th December 2019

Hickling Lights Charity Light Show

Sunday 1st December

As you may already be aware Quaverhurst on Heath Road will be holding their Charity Christmas Light Show Switch On Event at 5.30pm on 1st December. Permission has been granted for them to close Heath Road (from the crossroads to Broadlands Road) between 5.15 and 6.15pm. Please use Stubb Road, Ouse Lane and Staithe Road as an alternative during these times.

Further information can be found at their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/hicklinglights/

Notice of a Parish Council Meeting. Monday 11th November at 7pm

The next meeting of Hickling Parish Council will take place on Monday 11th November at the Chapel Rooms starting at 7.00pm. As with all Council meetings members of the public and press are most welcome. There will be a period of up to 15mins (chair discretion) for members of the public to ask questions, and bring matters to the Council. Agenda 11th November 2019

Due to an Issue at WordPress some of you may not be able to view the agenda. We are working with WordPress to resolve this problem.

Hickling Village Fireworks and Bonfire Party

Sunday 3rd November

The annual fireworks and bonfire party will be held on the playing field on Sunday 3rd November. The gates will be open from 5pm with the bonfire being lit at 6pm followed by the fireworks at 6.30pm. There will be a variety of food and drink available including crispy duck wraps, gourmet burgers, donuts and waffles. Glenn will be doing his traditional mulled cider! Entrance is free but donations will be greatly appreciated with all money raised going to next years fireworks. The more money raised the better the fireworks!

We ask you to walk to the event as parking will be restricted to Blue Badge holders only at The Barn. Alternative parking can be found at the Chapel Pit and Pleasureboat Inn. We look forward to seeing you.

Saturday 19th October Chapel Pit Clean-Up

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David and Amanda Skinner have organised a cut back and clean-up of the Chapel Pit area on Saturday 19th October starting at 8am. This is a great community event with lots of fun to be had by all that attend, any help that you can give to this project will be gratefully received. Thank you in advance. Please view the gallery pictures to see how your help has made a difference in previous years.