Please find information for the public shared with the Parish Council, click on any of the items below which are links to documents:
SUCCESS – Asset of Community Value status for the Bluebell Pub Confirmed – CLICK HERE
CILCA Certificate Received – Qualified Clerk in CILCA at Stoke Ferry PC – The Clerk and RFO has received their official certificate at the end of October 2020 for the CILCA accreditation which they had qualified in at the end of April 2020. This was after 10 months of study amounting to over 100 hours, working flexibly around their duties, work-life balance and with the support of the Council. The certification was run by Norfolk Association of Local Councils and provided by SLCC (Society of Local Council Clerks) for the CILCA (Certificate in Local Council Administration) as part of the National Improvement Strategy for Parish and Town Councils. The qualification covered modules in Core Roles of the Local Council; Law and Procedures; Finance; Management and Community Engagement.
NHS Covid Vacination Info 2021National ALC Covid 19 Information Dec 2020
Update from Post Office in Regard to Whittington Garage Branch – CLICK HERE
Latest Bluebell Pub Campaign Group Letter – Invitation to Online Quiz CLICK HERE
Guidance for Covid 19 Volunteers CLICK HERE
Guidance and Support Domestic Abuse CLICK HERE
Stoke Ferry new Village Sign and re-furbished Bench – 13.03.19
By now many of you will have seen the new Village Sign at Stoke Ferry.
This was started last summer when the Parish Council asked the local art group for some ideas for a new sign. We then commissioned our local hardware company, family run Thomas Bonnetts, to make a bespoke iron sign.
We wanted this sign to be a statement piece of artwork which reflects iconic images, past and present, from around the village so we have a Ferryman, the old Railway Station, The Hall and the former Church.
This structure comprises of over 100 pieces of metal and well over 200 nuts and bolts. It took over 70 hours to make and over 20 hours to paint.
I am sure we can all agree this beautiful piece of art will be a talking point for many years and we thank the team at Bonnetts for all the hard work they have put into this.
I would also like to thank another local family, Stephen Scotney, who has worked on the newly refurbished bench now placed in the garden area. Once again, local families are helping our community to improve.
Thank you from SFPC to all those who have worked on these projects.
Stoke Ferry Parish Council and Borough Council Elections 2 May 2019
For the Borough Council’s dedicated web page for the elections results CLICK HERE
Cllr Colin Sampson was re-elected as Borough Councillor for the Wissey Ward. Wissey Declaration Result of Poll
Current Stoke Ferry Parish Councillors were re-elected plus Cllr Janet Taylor. Stoke Ferry Declaration Result of Poll
2Agriculture Mill Housing Development Plans – The 2Agrictulture Mill is holding a Public Consultation on eds 12 December from 4.00 – 7.30 pm in the Stoke Ferry Village Hall. Please see following leaflet for more information, the had leafleted some parts of the village directly.
2Agriculture Mill Liaison Committee Vacancy – The Parish Council wishes to advise the Community that there is one place on the Committee for a Village Representative, the Committee is hosted by the Mill, two representatives of the Parish Council attend. It meets four times a year on a Wednesday at 4pm. If you are interested in joining the Committee as a Village representative, please contact the Stoke Ferry Parish Clerk by email email@example.com or phone 07795006811.
2Agriculture – The Mill can be contacted directly on the following telephone numbers should any members of the public have concerns 01366 502324 & 01366 502375
Borough Council of Kings Lynn and West Norfolk (Planning; Bin Collections; Dog Fouling; Noise Nuisance; Environmental Health; Housing Register; Council Tax): Covid 19 Business and Individual Support. Visit their website: http://www.west-norfolk.gov.uk
Norfolk County Council: Reporting of Defects with the Highways (signs/pot holes) via their defect portal. Any individual can use the portal : https://apps.norfolk.gov.uk/HighwaysDefect
Budget for 2018/19