Village Centre with War Memorial and The
Village Centre with War Memorial and The

Berrys Lane Bridge Sept 2019 South
Berrys Lane Bridge Sept 2019 South

Village Sign_edited
Village Sign_edited

Village Centre with War Memorial and The
Village Centre with War Memorial and The

Contact us via the Parish Clerk:

Jordana Wheeler


01953 859704

Register Now to Comment on the A47 Dualling


Registration is now open to become an Interested Party and be able to comment on the formal application to dual the A47. Registration is via the Planning Inspectorate and closes on 17 June 2021.

A47 Flythrough Video


Highways England have released a video showing a flythrough of the route of the proposed dualling between North Tuddenham and Easton. 

This can be viewed on youtube.


Incidences of flytipping in the parish are on the increase. These can be reported by any resident directly to Norfolk County Council who will clear and dispose of the waste. Please do not attempt to clear any flytipping yourself in case any of the waste is hazardous. 
Report Flytipping
About Honingham


This site is run by the Parish Council and has been designed to contain information about the Parish Council but also has useful information about local facilities and amenities, village history, local information and news. If you have anything about Honingham you would like to share or suggestions for the website please contact the Parish Clerk.


Honingham is a small village to the south west of Norwich, just off the A47 between Easton and Dereham.  There are approximately 140 properties, a pub, village hall, church, children’s play area and Bowling Green.  The river Tud runs through the village. There is a strong sense of community in the village with many residents living in the village for a long time. 

The village sits within the boundaries of Broadland District Council.

The Parish Council


The Parish Council is made up of 7 members who all live in the village and represent the village on various matters.  We are effectively the third tier of local government, the other two being Broadland District Council and Norfolk County Council. 

What We Do

The Parish Council is responsible for:

  • upkeep of the village play area

  • maintenance of the Bowls Club and bowling green

  • commenting on planning applications

  • the war memorial

  • the village notice boards

  • litter bins and dog bins

  • general maintenance around the village

  • acting as a stakeholder for the village in various action groups

News and Information


  • Meeting dates for Parish Council meetings over the next few months have been changed to accommodate the changing COVID 19 regulations. Further details are available on the agendas.  

  • Coronavirus Update
    If you require assistance during the current lockdown please refer to the Broadland District Council website 
    Additional information is also available on the Norfolk County Council website.