News & Events

SPRING INTO WELLBEING

There are some fantastic teams in County Hall working on our behalf.  

One such is the Adult Learning Team who have come up with a whiz banger of an idea to help us all shrug off the strains and stresses of the past year.

They are running a free series of sessions and 4‑week short courses under the banner of ‘Spring into Wellbeing’ including meditation, yoga, languages and mindfulness.

Find out more in the attached pdf.

Transport East

Transport East is the Sub-national Transport Body for Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Southend-on-Sea and Thurrock. Their priority is to develop the region’s transport strategy to unlock additional investment, working in close collaboration with the government and the rest of the UK.  

 

To help them shape our transport strategy they want to hear views from across the region.  They would be grateful if you could take ten minutes to complete their survey  

 

The survey covers a range of topics about travel choices, the impact of COVID-19 and the priorities for transport in the region and will be open until 11.59pm on Sunday 17 January 2021. 

 

The results from the survey, along with direct feedback from our engagement with councils, businesses and community groups in the region, will help to ensure we have a clear direction of travel which aligns with the objectives of our partners and the public.  

The Norfolk Police Safer Schools Partnership Team ‘Children and Young People’ have created a newsletter as a virtual Safer Schools Partnership to support parents in this unprecedented time.

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They will be sending a Newsletter once a month – there is a primary and a secondary version.

 

If you would like to receive a copy please send an email to the Clerk at franshamparishcouncil@gmail.com, stating which version you would like.

A Community Help Group has been set up to assist anyone who may require help in the on-going Coronovirus situation.

 

Full details with contact numbers are on the following flyer:

 

Great and Little Fransham Village Community Help Group

Cllr Brian Drewitt is currently attempting to launch a  local Speedwatch Team. Volunteers need to be able to commit to a minimum of just one hour per week. If you are interested in helping to reduce vehicles speeding in both Great & Little Fransham then please contact Cllr Drewitt on 01362 687857

VE Day Celebrations 2020

Fransham Parish Council

Clerk's Office

Bay Tree Cottage

School Road

Brisley

Norfolk

NR20 5LH

 

Contact Us

Mrs Sheryl Irving

Parish Clerk

01362 667756

franshamparishcouncil@gmail.com