May 2018 Temporary Road Closure

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Anglian Water Sewer Works Temporary Road Closure

NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL has made a Temporary Traffic Order affecting the (1) U19047 Staithe Road from a point 100 metres east of U11455 Heron Way for a distance of 230 metres eastwards; (2) C407 Heath Road from its junction with U19047 Staithe Road for a distance of 150 metres south westwards; (3) C409 Sutton Road from its junction with C407 Heath Road for a distance of 180 metres westwards; and (4) U19047 Staithe Road from its junction with C407 Heath Road to a point 100 metres east of its junction with U11455 Heron Way in the PARISH OF HICKLING because of Anglian Water sewer lining works.

The roads will be temporarily closed (except for access) from (1) 8th May 2018 to 16th May 2018;  (2)21st May 2018 to 23rd May 2018; (3) 23rd May 2018 to 25th May 2018; and (4) 25th May 2018 to 7th June 2018 for the duration of the works expected to be about 31 days within the period.

Alternative routes are via:

(1) Staithe Road, Heath Road, Stubb Road, Ouse Lane, Staithe Road.

(2) Heath Road, The Green, The Street, Sea Palling Road, Whinmere Road, Calthorpe Street, Mill Road, Rectory Road, Church Road, Hickling Road, Old Yarmouth Road, Sutton Road, A149 Yarmouth Road, New Road, Staithe Road, Heath Road.

(3) Sutton Road, Hickling Road, Church Road, Rectory Road, Mill Road, Calthorpe Street, Whinmere Road, Sea Palling Road, The Street, The Green, Heath Road.

(4) Heath Road, Stubb Road, Ouse Lane, Staithe Road (Hickling, Sutton, Ingham, Catfield) and vice versa.

(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 Martin Dixon (Community and Environmental Services) Telephone 0344 800 8020.

26th April Dredging Public Event

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Broads Authority Public Event

The Broads Authority will be holding a public event on Thursday 26th April to share the draft plans for the next phase of Hickling dredging and the re-use of dredged sediment (part of the CANAPE project). The event will be held at Hickling Barn and will run from 2pm until 7pm. This will be an informal drop-in event with Broads Authority staff in attendance with drawings on display showing the location and plan of the proposed works.
Please do come along – this is a good opportunity to see and discuss the plans with Broads Authority staff.

9th April 2018 Notice of a Parish Council Meeting

The next meeting of Hickling Parish Council will take place on 9th April 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.Notice Agenda April 2018

Burglaries in North Norfolk and Broadland

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Warning after burglaries in North Norfolk and Broadland

18 burglaries have been reported since 31 January 2018 with properties being targeted in Wells, Holt, Little Barningham, Morston, Little Snoring, Sheringham, Ludham, Stalham, Potter Heigham, Foulsham, Aylsham, Acle, Halvergate and Woodbastwick.
Chief Inspector Wes Hornigold said: “We are investigating a number of burglaries which have taken place across the districts during the past two months and I am appealing for anyone with information to contact police.

“In some of these cases the premises have been left insecure, therefore I would urge residents to take some time to review their home security and take some simple steps to prevent them from becoming victims of crime. Many thieves are opportunistic, so please ensure your doors and windows are locked at all times – and if you go out, leave a light or radio on to give the impression someone is home.

“Also, if you are going away for the night, please ask a friend or neighbour to keep an eye on your property and consider using timers on lights.”

“If you see any suspicious activity in your area, please contact police on 101, paying particular attention to any unfamiliar vehicles and registration numbers; however; please call 999 if you believe a crime is in progress.”