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Just to let you know the next Parish Council meeting has been moved to Tuesday 29th June at 7.30pm. This will be held at the Village Hall.
Please contact the clerk for further information. The agenda for this meeting will be displayed on the Parish Council website tittleshallpc.info or on the Noticeboards around the village.
♫ If anyone out there is interested in taking up a musical hobby then perhaps you might like to join my new Ukulele beginners course and become part of Village Green Ukulele Group. No experience necessary – just come along and have a go – I have few spare Ukes to get you started, but they’re not that expensive anyway. We have a lot of fun and play all sorts of music that is chosen by the band. The course will start on the 21st June and will be at Beeston Village Hall from 7 – 9pm (with a tea break!) at just £4 a night (including your tea and biscuits!). Current Covid rules will apply. Julia Bloomfield
Please call 01328 701178 if you are interested!
1st Prize R. Henderson
2nd PrizeR. Henderson
3rd PrizeM. Riley
SUNDAY JULY 11th
Car Boot and Yard Sale
with refreshments and a book sale in the Village Hall.
The aim is to advertise locally and in the wider county to get business from as far afield as possible.
A donation of £10 per pitch plus (if you chose) a donation from your sale towards church restoration funds.
Please contact me if you would like to take part
so that I can start the map and advertising process. 01328 700248.
April 100 Club Winners
1st Prize A. Claude
2nd Prize S. Lane
3rd Prize P. Osborne
March 100 Club Winners
1st Prize M. Riley
2nd Prize S. Lane
3rd Prize B. Clarke
Some of you may be new to the village and not know that there are bottle banks and a clothes bin on Church Lane at the junction with High Street (next to the church).
The good news is that the village earns money for them!
Currently the church is still not available for group worship but is open for private prayer on a Sunday and Wednesday 10am until 4pm.
Please see Church pages for up-to-date information.
Coronavirus outbreak FAQs: what you can and can’t do after 4th July
This week, the UK Government announced an update on the easing of the
lockdown in England. For full details please visit.
For more information click here to visit gov.uk website
The Norfolk Resilience Forum has offered support to over 40,000 shielding people in Norfolk with support for things like prescription collections, food shopping and emergency food, dog walking, social contact and befriending, but we know that there are many, many more people in Norfolk who need help to access the basics at the moment and over the course of the next few months. This is in addition to the massive amount of work that has been put in by communities themselves during this time.
Despite the lifting of government restrictions around social contact, there are still many people in the county who are lonely, unsupported, isolated and *digitally excluded* and we need your help to get the message out that, if people call the Norfolk County Council call centre we will be able to support them to access services. We are also aware that as people return to work, and the number of community volunteers reduces, a central support will be helpful to a number of people.
If you would help us share this leaflet, in paper form, to help residents who may not use a computer know that this help is available, we would really appreciate your help. If you would like to order printed copies please email [email protected] how many you would like, and where you would like them sent and we will send you some in the post.
In the meanwhile, you can download a copy from here to share on social media with the groups in your parish, display on your web site and noticeboards or even print a few while waiting for the ones you order to arrive.
1.when the browser window opens click download to download the PDF
2.this is designed so as to make a card that can sit on a mantlepiece by folding it in half.
We are very pleased to be able to send this from the*Norfolk Resilience Forum*
This link will take you to a card for carers many of whom need extra help in these trying times which you can distribute in a similar way.
Samantha England, *Vice Chairman*: Norfolk ALC Well-Being Task & Finish Group