Wereham News February
MOBILE POST OFFICE will park near the village pond on the following days/times. Monday and Thursday 14.00 – 14.15 Tuesday and Wednesday 12.25 -12.55
VILLAGE HALL ACTIVITIES See Community Advert. More details are featured in the website www.werehamvillagehall.co.uk and on the Facebook page Wereham Village Hall.
Guide Dog Christmas Tea Party – 14th December 2019 As you read this, we’re already into the 2nd month of the year, Christmas has been and I hope you all enjoyed it. I’d like to thank all who contributed, helped As you read this, we’re already into the 2nd month of the year, Christmas has been and I hope you all enjoyed it. I’d like to thank all who contributed, helped and visited my first Guide Dog Christmas Tea Party. We raised a lovely £568.52 which will go towards helping blind and visually impaired members of our community.
Thank you again and I wish you all a Happy & Healthy 2020. 75th Anniversary of VE Day
As part of National and International events taking place in May 2020, Wereham Heritage Group are organising our own shared moment of celebration on Sunday 10th May. Time and ticket details to be confirmed nearer the date. Please put this date in your diary now. The event, which will take place in Wereham Village Hall will include : - A tribute to Wereham’s WW2 soldiers; Dad’s Army re-enactors; our own ‘Winston Churchill’; Drama Group sketch; 1940s songs and readings; Doing the Lambeth Walk; Vera Lynn and George Formby sound-alikes; community singing….and more. Bring your own food and cold drinks ready for an afternoon tea ‘street party style’ picnic. Do come dressed in 1940s costume if you can. Event enquiries to Ian Rye – email: email@example.com
Wereham Church Festival , Sunday 19 July 2020
The PCC would like to invite as many interested people as possible to come to a meeting in the church on Tuesday 4th February at 7.00 pm to plan our next Church Festival. The meeting will last no longer than an hour. Festival Day, together with Open Gardens provides most of the income needed to keep our church open and available to all. Please help us if can. Tom
Wereham Parish Council
Next Meeting Date
Tuesday 10 March 2020 at 7.00 pm in the Wereham Village Hall
Agenda items must be received before the end of the month prior to each meeting, items received after this time will not be possible to discuss. Please send to the Parish Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Agendas for meetings are always published on the Wereham Village Notice Board three clear days before the meeting, on the Wereham Parish Council Facebook Page and on the website www.werehamparishcouncil.co.uk You will also find minutes of all meetings here too.
There has been instances of dog waste not being removed from outside people’s properties and pathways in the village by dog walkers. There are five dog bins available at the playing field; off Cavenham Road, Lamas Lane; End of the Row/Wretton Row and on Church Road. So this is plenty of points to deposit their waste plus the option to take it home. Please respect the village and clean up after your dog.
Wereham Cemetery – Memorials Next of Kin
Please could any members of the public known to be the next of kin for memorials within the Wereham Cemetery please contact the Parish Clerk to agree to share their contact details. We need to ensure that our contact database for the purposes of contacting next of kin, where we need to discuss memorials is as up to date as possible. Memorials that have been laid down for safety reasons can be reinstated by commissioning a stone mason to install what is called a NAAM bar.
The streetlights in the village are owned by the Parish Council if you notice they are out please report it to the Clerk who can arrange for a contractor to maintain it. The contact details are below.
Highways – Paths and Roads – Defects
Please report anything that you see verges, trees, pot holes, main holes, drains to Norfolk County Council Highways via their defects page of their website. You need to set up a login, and once on the site you can easily report issues and upload pictures of the issue. They will then arrange inspection. You are also able to track the report. Should a report not be resolved as you wish please then contact the Parish Council. The Parish Council will report issues that it finds, but if residents do this also we can increase the repairs that we notice need doing. https://apps.norfolk.gov.uk/HighwaysDefect/
Helen Richardson Wereham Parish Clerk and Finance Responsible Person Email email@example.com or Phone/Text: 0779 500 6811