Norwich Western Link
Local Access Consultation
Norfolk County Council has launched a public consultation which asks for people’s views on how it could best support people to walk, cycle and use public transport in the area to the west of Norwich.
The Local Access Consultation will run for eight weeks until Sunday 20 September. People can view information on the proposals and respond to the consultation online via the Norfolk County Council website at www.norfolk.gov.uk/nwl. People can also request a consultation brochure and paper questionnaire are posted to them by ringing 0344 800 8020 or emailing email@example.com. The completed questionnaire can then be returned to a freepost address.
In accordance with COVID-19 guidance, no local consultation events will be held, however people will still be able to discuss the consultation proposals with staff involved in the project via phone or internet calls during the consultation period. People can use the email and telephone contact details above to book an appointment to speak with members of the project team, with daytime and evening slots available.
Further details including the full press release are available here.
Play Area - Reopening from 4th July 2020
Following recent guidance from the government the Parish Council have agreed to re-open the play area. Please follow the guidance displayed at the play area when using the play area to ensure everyone's safety. Please note the play area will not be cleaned, users of the play area and table tennis table do so at their own risk.
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
The next Parish Council meeting is Wednesday 9th September, 7pm via Zoom video conferencing. Full details are available on the agenda. Please note there is no meeting in August.