CHURCH TIMES

WORTWELL URC

Sun 3 Nov  9.30 am at St. Mary’s  Redenhall (Communion)
Sun 1 Nov  6 pm at Wortwell URC  Village Praise
Sun 17 Nov 9 am at Wortwell URC  Morning Worship
Sun 24 Nov 9 am at Wortwell URC  Morning Worship
Sun  1 Dec  9.30 am at St. Mary’s  Redenhall (Communion)
Sun  8 Dec 9 am at Wortwell URC  Morning Worship
Sun  15 Dec  6 pm “A  Modern Christmas” The Partnership Choir
Sun  22 Dec 9 am at Wortwell URC  Morning Worship
Sun 29 Dec 9 am at Wortwell URC  Morning Worship
Sun  5 Jan  9.30 am at St. Mary’s  Redenhall (Communion)

All are made most welcome at any or all of these services.

The Partnership Choir will be presenting a performance of traditional and modern Christmas Carols interwoven with readings. Please come and join with us on Sunday 15th December at 6 pm No charge. Free refreshments and mince pies. Get your Christmas off to a good start.
If you can’t make it on 15th, then you can come to Pulham Methodist Church on Saturday 21st December at 7pm.

Why not come and sing with us?  Tuesdays at 7pm in the Chapel.

Don’t forget the Traditional “Carols by Candlelight” at St. Mary’s
Redenhall on Tuesday 24th December at 6 pm. A magical experience.

 

ST MARY’S, REDENHALL

Sun 3 Nov      9.30 am Holy Communion (BCP)
Sun 10 Nov    3.00 pm Remembrance at the Wortwell War Memorial
Sun 17 Nov    4.00 pm Compline
Sun 24 Nov    11.00 am Morning Prayer (BCP)
Sun 1 Dec       9.30 am Holy Communion (CW)
Sun 8 Dec      No service. We join with Wortwell Chapel
Sun 15 Dec     4.00 pm Compline
Sun 22 Dec    No service
Tue 24 Dec    Christmas Eve 5.30 for 6.00 pm Carols by Candlelight
Wed 25 Dec   Christmas Day 9.30 am Informal Holy Communion
Sun 29 Dec    No service

 

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CPR Training – Monday 27 January 2020

CPR training at 7.00pm on Monday 27th January at Wortwell Community Centre
Training by the local First Responders – All invited/welcome to attend.
To confirm your attendance please email [email protected] or call 01986 788789

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Parish Council Meetings 2019

Meeting dates for the remainder of 2019

Monday 21 October
Monday 25 November

No meeting in December

Meetings in Waveney Room at Wortwell Community Centre
Starting at 7.30pm

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WPC Audit for financial year 2018-19

External Auditor report and certificate

Annual Governance Statement

Accounting Statements

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Greater Norwich Local Plan Regulation 18 Consultation

Email from GNLP team 26 September 2019

Regulation 18 consultation 

Regulation 18 consultation call for sites 

Refer to website for up to date information:
http://www.gnlp.org.uk/

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Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Report for 2018/2019 for Wortwell Parish Council

CIL Wortwell Annual Report 1st April 2018 – 31st March 2019 (3)

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WORTWELL CORE PROGRAMME OF CLASSES

MONDAY
2.00 – 4.45pm Short Mat Bowls George Rusted Tel: 789124
7.00 – 9.00pm Table Tennis Simon Leggett Tel: 788789

THIRD MONDAY OF MONTH
10.00am University of the Third Age (U3A)
The Waveney Valley Study Group Peter Metcalf Tel: 01379 854872

TUESDAY
3.45 – 7.45pm Tap and Ballet – Children Julie Ash Tel: 897034
7.30 – 8.30pm Aerobics Julie Ash Tel: 897034
7.00 – 10.00pm Carpet Bowls Pam Howard Tel: 788541

WEDNESDAY
3.45 – 8.15pm Tap and Disco – Children. Julie Ash Tel: 897034
7.00 – 10.00pm Short Mat Bowls George Rusted Tel: 789124

THURSDAY
6.00 – 7.15pm Fun Exercise Dance Class Tracey Tel: 07854 943490
7.30 – 8.30pm Aerobics Julie Ash Tel: 897034

FIRST THURSDAY OF MONTH
2.00 – 4.00pm Harleston Flower Club Jenni Baker Tel: 782377

FRIDAY
6.30pm-7.45pm Pregnancy Yoga Jacqueline Tel: 01603 631900

Booking Clerk: Sheila Rusted Tel: 01986 789124
email: [email protected]
website: www.wortwellcore.co.uk
Chairman and Key Holder: Simon Leggett
Tel:01986 788789

 

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BOWLS – NORFOLK CUP DAY

The Bowls Match for the cup was played inside this year between the Short Mat, and Outside Bowlers. The winners were Short Mat, getting revenge for being thrashed outside last year. The game is played each year to celebrate Norfolk Day and is not an issue of winning or losing, but to enjoy the evening with friends.

After the match we had food and a raffle, which was brought in by the players. Our thanks go to Bespoke Outdoor Spaces for donating the a lovely glass Trophy which was represented to the winning captain Chris Roberts by the outside President Jethro Free.
If you would like to bowl inside or out come a long and have a go.

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A140 Long Stratton: Hempnall Crossroads Junction

Please find the following documents attached for your information:
1. The Order
This allows the Traffic Authority (Norfolk County Council) to temporarily restrict or prohibit the use of a road and/or footpath.
2. The ‘Propose To’ Notice (PT)
This is the public Notice we must advertise at least seven days before making an Order.
3. The ‘Has Made’ Notice (HM)
This is the public Notice we must advertise within 14 days of making an Order.
Please note a new format is being introduced and for those looking for the plan, if a separate one is not attached, it can now be found on page 2 of the notices.
The proposed order comes into effect on the date shown. The date on the notices is when they will appear in the Eastern Daily Press. If we have to change any dates, we will let you know. If you have any questions about the order and notices, please contact Alison Wilton on (01603) 222591 or Jennifer Batten on (01603) 223673.
If you have any questions about the work, please contact the Area Highways Office on the number given on the notices.
Kind regards,
Jennifer Batten
Legal Officer
nplaw
01603 223673
[email protected]

Long Stratton STRO2661 HM
Long Stratton STRO2661 PT
Long Stratton STRO2661 Order

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Norwich Western Link

Norfolk County Council has published a preferred route recommendation for the Norwich Western Link.

The County Council wants to provide a higher standard connection between the western end of Broadland Northway (formerly the NDR) and the A47 to significantly improve travel between these two major roads. There is strong support from the public, the business community, emergency services, local councils and MPs for a link road to be created, which is needed to tackle traffic congestion, rat-running and delays to journeys on minor roads to the west of Norwich.

Late last year, the County Council published a shortlist of four potential road options for the Norwich Western Link and carried out a public consultation on these options between November 2018 and January 2019.

Having considered the consultation responses alongside other crucial information, such as transport benefits, environmental effects, value for money and impacts on local communities, we have recommended Option C, a new 3.9 mile dual carriageway road, as the best overall solution and preferred route for the Norwich Western Link.

Option C would link from the roundabout at the western end of Broadland Northway and extend for around 350 metres along the A1067 Fakenham Road before turning in a south-westerly direction via a new junction. The road would cross the River Wensum on a viaduct and then continue at or near ground level for the remainder of its length. It would link to the A47 via a new junction at Wood Lane (B1535), which forms part of Highways England’s plan to dual the A47 between North Tuddenham and Easton. Please see the attached map which shows the route.

We have recommended Option C as the preferred route as it balances all of the issues that the project needs to address, including limiting environmental impacts, having a high cost-to-benefit ratio, reducing congestion and rat-running on existing roads, minimising the impact on communities and properties, and receiving considerable support through our recent consultation.

We’re committed to creating this road in an environmentally responsible way and are aiming to achieve ‘biodiversity net gain’ by, for example, creating new habitats and including features such as green bridges. And one of the Norwich Western Link’s project objectives is to encourage people to shift the way they travel to use more sustainable forms of transport, such as walking, cycling and public transport. Taking traffic off the existing road network will help with this, but we’ll also work to develop complementary transport measures that will support this ambition once the preferred route has been agreed.

It’s important to say that at this stage the preferred route is only a recommendation. Councillors on the County Council’s Cabinet will meet on Monday 15 July to discuss the contents of the report and will be asked to agree a preferred route for the Norwich Western Link. We’ll write to you again on 15 July to let you know the outcome of this meeting and next steps for the project.

You can read the full report on the Norwich Western Link that our councillors are considering at the Cabinet meeting, as well as further information such as questions and answers, on our website at www.norfolk.gov.uk/nwl.

Best wishes
Chris Fernandez

Chris Fernandez, Project Manager, Norwich Western Link
Infrastructure Delivery, CES department, Norfolk County Council
Tel: 0344 800 8020 | Website: www.norfolk.gov.uk/nwl
County Hall, Martineau Lane, Norwich, NR1 2DH

NWL Option C Map

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