The Parish Council is the first tier of local government and has an advisory role on matters such as road safety and planning with decisions often being made by the Breckland District or Norfolk County authorities. The Parish Council represents the people of Hardingham and works on their behalf to the benefit of the community.
The Parish Council meets on the second Monday of January, March, May, July, September and November at 7pm in the Village Hall.
The Annual Parish Meeting is held in May, and the date advertised on the website and noticeboards in advance of the meeting.
Please click HERE for the November 2018 Parish Council agenda.
Please find below a map from the BBfN website, the green dots are those postcode which are covered, in the core of the village, the yellow (mostly to the North) are those still to come.
Full details can be found at the following website:
It has been noted that this is not a totally accurate picture, so should you have specific questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org quoting your postcode and she will try to assist.
Regarding the recent announcement by the BHF
Hardingham Parish Council needs to stress that, contrary to the recent media release issued by the British Heart Foundation, ALL defibrillators registered via the Community Heartbeat Trust are fully registered with their local ambulance services.
The defibrillator in our village (situated at the Memorial Hall) is registered with the CHT and therefore with our local ambulance service. It also features on the National Defibrillator Database, and the machine itself undergoes monthly checks by volunteers on the Parish Council and reports are sent electronically to the appropriate governance system.
Please be reassured that our local ambulance service has immediate access to the location of all defibrillators in the area, including our own.
If needed, further information about the BHF’s “misleading” media release can be obtained by contacting email@example.com
I received notification from Karen O’Kane, NCC on 7th August saying ‘Just to let you know issues have been resolved and the solution is now live’. I have heard from other residents that this may not be the case. If you have issues with broadband please either contact me (Clerk to the Parish Council) and I will pass the message to Karen, or contact her directly through the ‘get in touch’ section of the website: www.betterbroadbandnorfolk.co.uk.
Unfortunately the following message has been received from Karen O’Kane, Programme Director – Better Broadband for Norfolk
“I’m sorry there have been some technical problems during the commissioning process which Openreach expect to resolve shortly. Services will then become available.”
NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL has made a Temporary Traffic Order affecting the 1) the C161 Church Road from a point 640 metres west of its junction with U35177 Manson Green to a point 50 metres east of its junction with U35045 Sandy Lane; and 2) the U35045 Sandy Lane from its junction with C161 Church Road for a distance of 310 metres south in the PARISH OF HARDINGHAM because of overhead BT cable works.
The roads 1) and 2) will be temporarily closed (except for access) between 09:30 hours and 15:30 hours from 30th April 2018 to 1st May 2018 for the duration of the works, expected to be 2 days within the period.
For more details and a map of the closure please click HERE
Many thanks to Hardingham Farms and the many other individuals who worked hard to assist with road clearance and helping stranded motorists during the snow earlier this year.
Hardingham Parish Councillors and Clerk