It has become necessary to extend the closure of Lodge Road for 1 additional day. This means the closure will be lifted on Wednesday 15th August, if not before.
Access will remain granted to properties and the current diversional route via Hockwold, Weeting and Lodge Road will still apply.
NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL proposes to make a Temporary Traffic Order affecting the Lodge Road from a point 290 metres east of its junction with Old Methwold Road for a distance of 40 metres eastwards in the PARISH OF FELTWELL because of a new electrical connection by UKPN.
The road will be temporarily closed (except for access) from 7th August 2018 to 13th August 2018 for the duration of the works, expected to be 7 days within the period.
Alternative route is via: Lodge Road, Lynn Road, Hockwold Road, Brandon Road, Main Street, Station Road, Feltwell Road, Wilton Road, Oak Street.
(If necessary the restriction could run for a maximum period of 18 months from the date of the Order).
Penalty: £1000 maximum fine on conviction and/or endorsement for contravention.
In the event of the start date being delayed the new start date will be displayed on site in advance.
The person dealing with enquiries at Norfolk County Council is Adrian Stout (Community and Environmental Services) Telephone 0344 800 8020.
Norfolk Police CID have issued a new Stolen Property bulletin listing a number of items they hope to reunite with their rightful owners.
June 2018 Stolen Property List
They have also launched a new way for members of the public to report crimes to them, via their website.
A helpful user guide can be found here.
The USAF at RAF Feltwell will be conducting 9 training demolition explosions on Tuesday 26th June between 9am and 12 noon.
The Highway Community Ranger Gangs will be making scheduled visits to communities in the parish of Feltwell during the week commencing 23 July 2018 to carry out work identified through inspections and reported by the parish.
Typical Ranger Items:
- Side out a carriageway or footway
- Clear mud and soil from the carriageway (non urgent)
- Hand sweep carriageway or footway (the routine sweeping service will continue to be provided by the District Council)
- Trim hedge to expose sign etc.
- Soil and seed verge
- Strim verge grass
- Rod and flush drain
- Clean out gully
- Rod and flush kerb drainage offlet
- Clear ditch
- Clear grip
- Wash sign, bollard or reflector post
- Repair minor kerb defect
- Repair minor footway surface defects
If anyone wishes to suggest some work for the Rangers to complete, please contact the Parish Clerk with as much detail as possible, including location of required work, what needs doing and why the work needs doing.
Littering and dog fouling survey
A borough-wide review of dog fouling and littering is being undertaken to gain a full
picture of where there are problem spots and how much of a problem it really is.
An online survey has been produced for residents, town and parish councils, schools
and businesses to complete
Visit www.west-norfolk.gov.uk/haveyoursay to provide your comments.
Cllr Ian Devereux, Cabinet Member for Environment, said: “We get a lot of anecdotal
information about dog fouling and littering, so we are hoping that by asking specific
questions about locations and times of offences we can start to identify where
resources need to be targeted and also what local people can do to help.
“The more surveys that are completed, the better the picture we will get, so I would
urge everyone to fill in the form, tell us what’s happening in their area, and provide
specific locations where possible.”
The survey is open until the end of July. After that the results will be analysed and a
report prepared for consideration by the council’s Environment and Community
RAF Feltwell have informed the Parish Council that between 10am and 4pm today – Wednesday 25th April – demolition explosions will be heard in Feltwell and the surrounding area.
Return to Learn – Art and Humanities Undergraduate Open Evening 23 May 2018, 6.00-8.30pm
Thinking of returning to education after some time away? Come along to our open evening on 23 May to find out about studying for an undergraduate degree in the Arts and Humanities. You’ll have the opportunity to find out about the courses we offer, student life at UEA, and the funding options available to help you achieve your goals.
All welcome – whether you’re making a tentative initial enquiry or have already made your decision and are on the verge of making your application.
Explore our full range of courses available in the Arts and Humanities:
· American Studies
· Art History and World Art Studies
· Film, Television and Media
· Language and Communication Studies
· Literature, Drama and Creative Writing
· Politics and International Relations
For more information, please contact the University of East Anglia on 01603 456161
RAF Marham are holding an information event on Wednesday 2nd May between 2pm and 6pm. All members of the public are invited to attend.