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Latest News:

Footpath reports: 

Please find reports of the public footpaths around Tittleshall. These are carried out by a local resident for your information. 

June 2021 

September 2021

November 2021 

May 2022

July 2022 

March 2023

May 2023

Sept 2023

March 2024 

May 2024

 

 

The Parish Council meeting 2024

The Tittleshall Parish Meeting will be held Tuesday 16th July 2024 at 7.30pm to be held at Tittleshall Village hall.

All parishioners are welcome to join us.

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IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY IN THE VILLAGE…….

  • DIAL 999 and request the appropriate emergency services

 

  • Contact Kay Gingell

(Emergency Plan Lead)

07765 252765 or 01328 700268

or

Sara Foster

(Emergency Plan Deputy Lead)

07831 645538 or 01328 700225

 

…. and relay any information you have about the emergency

 

We have 10 volunteer co-ordinators in the village.  Their fundamental role is one of support to the community until the emergency services arrive.

 

The lead (Kay Gingell) or deputy lead (Sara Foster) will take instruction from the emergency services and with the help of the co-ordinators, assist with communications, evacuations (if necessary), distribution of essential supplies and/or additional equipment, co-ordinating temporary accommodation for residents and pets.

 

IT SHOULD BE EMPHASISED THAT NO ONE IS TO PUT THEMSELVES AT RISK AT ANY TIME DURING AN EMERGENCY SITUATION

We're responsible for:

  • Planning - the parish council will be notified of any planning applications

  • Footpaths

  • The parish council have also agreed to pay for the churchyard cutting 

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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.

Tittleshall Conservation Area booklet 

A document was written by Breckland a few years ago (it is not dated) but found in the archives

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