Marham Parish Council

Race Night Saturday 13th October 2018Bingo Night Friday 23rd November 2018 Christmas Fair Sunday 9th December 2018

 

THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF MARHAM PARISH COUNCIL

NORFOLK WASTE & MINERALS PLAN

Public meeting with County Council and Representative from Sibelco
3rd October 2018 7:30pm
Marham Village Hall
The next scheduled Consultation is early 2019
This meeting is to discuss our response to the next Consultation….

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Public meeting with RT Hon Miss Elizabeth Truss MP
12th October 2018 6:30pm – 7:30pm
Marham Village Hall

ALL WELCOME

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Congratulations to the speed watch team who have been presented with an award in recognition of their contribution to the community, with the most hours volunteered. Cllr Dave
Paisley is working hard co-ordinating the speed-watch if anyone could spare a few hours each
week to help out with this worthwhile project please contact Cllr Paisley

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Marham is a village in the centre of a triangle formed by Downham Market, Kings Lynn and Swaffham. Our village has nearly 400 dwellings and in excess of 1000 residents. These numbers fluctuate due to additional housing development and shifting population, this particularly through the influence of RAF Marham. Marham shares many of the problems common to Norfolk villages. It has housing styles suitable for young and growing families and those who are retired. The village supports a social club, but the last of the local pubs closed several years ago. There is a Junior School in the village and an Infant School within the Family Quarters of RAF Marham

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BE BRIGHT BE SEEN BE SAFE

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WHAT THE PARISH COUNCIL DOES……….

 The Council meets each month in the Village hall but aims not to meet during August or December. Meetings normally start at 7.15pm. All meetings are open to the public and a public speaking time is held near the start of the meeting with a chance for an informal chat over refreshments later in the evening. Agendas are published on the three notice boards throughout the parish and also on the website. Councillors and the Clerk attend a variety of training sessions during the year to keep up to date with ever changing legislation and developments in the many areas of Parish Council work.

Some of the areas the Parish Council is responsible for include…..

Village Hall     Coronation   Playing Field      Pavilion     Children’s play area

  Muga     Allotments    Street Lighting     Grounds Maintenance

                 Cemetery      Dog and General Waste Bins

Proposed and Seconded     Website

If you would like further information on aspects of the Parish Council’s work please contact the Clerk or one of the Parish Councillors.

 

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