Sedgeford Norfolk, PE36 5NG, United Kingdom.



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New Application for Poultry Unit in Sedgeford

The Application for the Poultry Unit in Sedgeford has now been published on the Borough Council Website:

The Parish Council held a meeting on Monday 4th January, where members of the public expressed their views on the application. The parish council has sent a brief response to the planning department and will be commenting in more detail after their next meeting, on 20th January.

Poultry Unit at Whin Close

For those who were unable to attend the open morning on 7th November, information produced by Newcome-Baker Farms about the proposed poultry unit can be found at: Poultry Farm Website

Affordable Housing

On 18th November, Mr C Campbell (Sedgeford Hall Estate) and Mr J Lefever (Hastoe Housing Association) gave a presentation about possible developments at Cole Green and Docking Road, explaining how these proposals could increase provision of affordable housing in the village. Mr Lefever said there would be further consultation with local residents once they have more detailed plans for the Cole Green site. An application is expected soon for the Docking Road site.

Telecommunications Mast

The Borough Council's Planning Committee discussed the plans for a telecommunications mast on the playing field in Sedgeford at their meeting on 2nd November. After due consideration of the various submissions received, the Committee decided to approve these plans.

Police Consultation

The Police Commissioner has launched a public consultation on whether the police precept should rise by 2pc. You can have your say by visiting:

Forthcoming Events

Can You Dig It?

The next production at the village hall will be on 4th March: more details will be available soon.

Snettisham Hoard On Display

An exhibition currently on display at the British Museum in London includes a section on the 'Snettisham Hoard'. 'Celts, art and identity' will be open until 31st January. Admission for seniors is half price after midday on Mondays. To find out more, visit: