Tittleshall-cum-Godwick War Memorial- World War 1 & 2
Please find reports of the public footpaths around Tittleshall. These are carried out by a local resident for your information.
The next Tittleshall Parish Council Meeting will be Tuesday 5th July 7.30pm at Tittleshall Village Hall
Parish Council Notice of Vacancy.
We currently have two vacancy for councillors to join the team. The Parish Council meet every other month, if you have a few hours to spare and are interested, please contact the clerk for further information
We're responsible for:
Planning - the parish council will be notified of any planning applications
The parish council have also agreed to pay for the churchyard cutting
At this time of year we start to think about the mud drying up and getting out to walk in the beautiful English Countryside again, but where to find new and interesting walks?
Walking in Norfolk, has hundreds of walks to download and print, free, it also has books of walks.
A document was written by Breckland a few years ago (it is not dated) but found in the archives
The above picture of the plaque, has been commissioned and produced by the Norfolk lieutenancy. It is to commemorate the Community's resilience in the year of the pandemic. Presented to Tittleshall Parish Council and the Community on Saturday 4th December by Mrs Sara Foster DL.
Demolition of existing single & two storey care home buildings, existing barn conversion to be retained. 7No Dwelling houses and internal access road, landscaping Existing site access to be retained.