Hellesdon Parish Council
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Hellesdon Parish Council Welcomes You

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The office is currently opened to the public between the hours of 9.30 am and 4.00 pm (Covid guidelines must be adhered to at all times). 

 The agenda for the next Full Council Meeting will be available to view and download from Wednesday 8th February 2022. Please note: members of the public who wish to attend the Full Council Meeting on Tuesday 15th February 2022 at 7.00 pm, must follow government guidelines and are asked to wear face coverings for the duration of the meeting.

****We currently have a Parish Clerk vacancy****

The parish of Hellesdon is represented by 16 Parish Councillors and divided into two wards: Hellesdon Northest and Hellesdon South East.

The Parish Council is a body that represents local opinion. The Councillors are people who are either elected or co-opted representatives of the community who voluntarily have put themselves forward to carry out a role and have duties and responsibilities for the parish. Being a Parish Councillor is being part of the democratic community governance of the country.

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Parish News

Special Constables

Norfolk Constabulary are recruiting Special Constables in Norfolk. Interested? Come along to our online information evening on Wednesday 9th February at 7pm to 8.30pm.

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Roadworks

Norfolk County Council (Hellesdon, Birchwood Road, Drayton High Road, Middletons Lane) Proposed Traffic Orders and Notices PRA016 (DPS 71252)

pdf versions available 

71252 PRA016-HP1-0100-013A – Drayton High Road Crossings Consultation Plan
71252 PRA016-HP1-0100-014A – Drayton High Road TRO Waiting Restrictions Consultation Plan (Updated)
Hellesdon 71252 PRA016 1st Notice (order no 1)
Hellesdon 71252 PRA016-HP1-0100-012A – Updated Middletons Lane Zebra Crossing TRO Consultation Plan

 

Any objections and representations relating to the Orders must be made in writing and must specify the grounds on which they are made.

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