- The Order
This allows the Traffic Authority (Norfolk County Council) to temporarily restrict or prohibit the use of a road and/or footpath.
- The ‘Propose To’ Notice (PT)
This is the public Notice we must advertise at least seven days before making an Order.
- 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.
Legal Officer (Traffic Orders)
Tel: (01603) 222591
Fax: (01603) 222899
Long Stratton STRO2657 PT (FP) 3.5.19
Long Stratton STRO2656 PT 3.5.19
Long Stratton STRO2656 HM 16.5.19
Long Stratton STRO2656 Order 16.5.19
Long Stratton STRO2656 HM
Long Stratton STRO2657 HM (FP) 17.5.19
Long Stratton STRO2657 Order (FP) 16.5.19
The above scheme to replace the existing crossroads junction with a roundabout will start on 20 May 2019, with preliminary work taking place from 7 May. The scheme will help to unlock economic growth and development in the area, improve road safety at a junction with a history of accidents and improve access from side roads onto the A140.
The roundabout will be built to the west of the existing crossroads in order to keep disruption to a minimum. Traffic management arrangements are as follows:
7 May – 20 May: mandatory 30mph speed limit and lane closure on A140 between
8pm – 6am
20 May – 1 November: mandatory 30mph speed limit on A140 24 hours a day
Further details of other necessary traffic management will be publicised as the scheme progresses.
For Further Information
Adam Fairhurst, Resident Engineer, 0344 800 8020.
The scheme is expected to cost £4.57m, with £3.05m funding from the Department for Transport and £650,000 from New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership’s Growth Deal with central Government. The remainder will come from the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Norfolk County Council.
Up-to-date information about the scheme is available on the County Council website atwww.norfolk.gov.uk/hempnallcrossroads
Dr Murray Gray has announced he is retiring as a District Councillor and will not be contesting the election on 2 May 2019. Wortwell Parish Council would like to thank Dr Gray for his many years of service to the village.
Sunday 30 June, 11am to 4pm
South Norfolk House, Long
Stratton, NR15 2XE
Our free annual celebration of South Norfolk is back. Featuring a fantastic line up of
entertainment, music, food,
storytelling and crafts.
Something for everyone
Alburgh Parish Council would like to invite everyone to the opening
of the Homersfield Picnic Site on Saturday 20 July at 2 pm.
Dr Murray Gray will officially open the site.
Please bring along your own picnic and drinks so that we can all
enjoy an afternoon at the picnic site.
The services at St Mary’s for the next two months are as follows.
Sun 5 May 9.30 am Morning Prayer (BCP)
Sun 12 May No service. We join with Wortwell Chapel
Sun 19 May 6.00 pm Evening Prayer (CW)
Sun 26 May 11.00 am Morning Prayer (BCP)
Sun 2 June 9.30 am Holy Communion (CW)
Sun 9 June Pentecost No service. We join with Wortwell Chapel
Sun 16 June Trinity Sunday 6.00 pm Evening Prayer (BCP)
Sun 23 June 11.00 am Morning Prayer (CW)
Latest News From St Mary’s
I would like to thank all those of you who came to the public meeting on 20 March to discuss the future of St Mary’s church. It was a good meeting and we received a lot of sympathy and understanding regarding our decision to close the church.
However, there has been a lot of misunderstanding about when this will happen. We remain open for the present. As you will see from the above list of services, we are continuing as we are for the immediate future. Any decision to close the church has to be approved by our diocesan bishop, and as many of you will know Bishop Graham has recently retired. No decision will be made until a new bishop is in place, which may well not be until the autumn, and even then it will probably be several more months before any final decision is taken.
In the meantime the church stays open, so do drop in at any time to enjoy a beautiful place of quiet and peacefulness
A lovely afternoon was had by all who attended the Wortwell Bake Off event on Sunday 14 April. Visitors enjoyed a delicious afternoon tea and took part in an Easter egg hunt. All three prizes for the adult competition went to Wortwell residents with 1st prize going to Kim Baxter. The prizes for the Easter egg hunt and the children’s baking competition were won by children from outside the village.
Well done to The CORE events team who made a superb effort of organising the event.
Dear Wortwell Mardlers,
I am dictating my letter to my human, Richard. I wanted to say hello to everyone, as I moved into the village in mid-January.
I am a black Labrador/ retriever cross puppy. I’m nearly eight months old. You might recognise me, as I wear a blue jacket when I take my human for a walk or training. I wear my jacket, as I am training to be a guide dog. I am learning to be a well-behaved dog, use trains and buses, go shopping and even go to restaurants, but I never have dinner there, as I have my own special food at home. I hope to qualify when I’m two years old, but I’ll have to go to a big school in London before that.
I like people to say “hello”, but my human likes me to sit first, then I can enjoy a tickle. I love going for walks and ‘free-runs’. I sometimes allow my human to take me to The Bell,
I enjoy the biscuits, and he likes the brown water!
As far as I know, I’m the only Guide Dog puppy living in East Anglia, so please say “hello” and help me to learn or come for a ‘free run’ together.
Woofs to all
Idris (and human, Richard)