Due to the spread of the Coronavirus Parish Council meetings are cancelled until further notice.
If you have any issues whilst the Council is not meeting please let me know (Brian Boughton 01263 720252 or email@example.com You can always make contact with the Clerk or any other Councillor. Contact details are on the Parish Council web site www.trunchparishcouncil.co.uk
This month’s featured business is:-
The Featured Businesses can be seen by clicking on the Living Tab on the Home Page, going to the Business Sub Tab and Scrolling to find details of a local business. More details of HAWTHORN FENCING HEDGES & TREES and the owner, Dan Plumley based in Gimingham, can be found by clicking on the Name of the Business in the left hand column and FEATURED BUSINESSES will be shown.
We are blessed with a number of very talented people in and around Trunch. We have Chiropodists, Cake makers and decorators, Artists, Crafts people, Gardeners, Computer and IT experts, Carpet fitters, Builders and Decorators, Plumbers, Electricians, Vets and Garage motor mechanics.
If you need help look up, our Business section under the LIVING tab on the Home Page you may just find who/what you are looking for. Good luck!!
Latest – Confirmed Cases in UK – Total 19522, New 2433 , Deaths 1228
Now, 107 cases in Norfolk.
24.3% of North Norfolk’s population are OAP’s. The highest % in the UK
People with certain health issues and weakened immune systems are urged to remain in self isolation for 12 weeks. Specific instructions have be issued by the Government to the ‘extremely vulnerable’
Keep washing your hands (20secs for each wash) and avoid social contact.
Look out for the elderly.
By pulling together we can beat this dreadful virus.
CORONAVIRUS EMERGENCY – BEFRIENDING SERVICE
As part of the Cromer Care initiative a Befriending Service is available for elderly people who may be lonely and/or vulnerable, seeking information or requiring additional support. The residents of Trunch are invited to make use of this service. By calling 01263 512254 you will be answered by a friendly voice keen to offer help, support and have a friendly chat. Remember, you can also contact members of the Parish Council or Village Society by contacting the telephone numbers/email addresses shown on the leaflet distributed to every household earlier in the month. We are here to help and share your concerns. Trunch Parish Council
COFFEE MORNINGS – A POPULAR REGULAR EVENT
To help prevent the spread of the Coronavirus the popular coffee mornings at the Methodist Church and Village Hall will not be held for the time being.
TRUNCH VILLAGE SOCIETY’S ANNUAL EVENT
The Open Gardens, Scarecrows and Fun Day will not be held this year due to the Coronavirus.
BRINGING THE WORLD OF BEE KEEPING TO LOCAL PRIMARY SCHOOL
Guided by Charlene Pinkham, a member of the Trunch Beekeeping Group, our beekeepers Michele Horsefield, Julia Smith and Liz Miles visited North Walsham Junior School to give the children an insight into the life of honey bees, caring for them and the honey making process.
NEW GOALS FOR THE PLAYING FIELD
The young people who play football thanked the Parish Council and Village Society for providing and installing the new goals. It seems we have scored a winner on this occasion! Well done the team of volunteers who put up the goals.
As part of a campaign by the Woodland Trust to help combat climate change the Parish Council have been given 105 trees to plant. The Council is planning to plant them mainly around the West and South edges of the playing field to boost the density where the existing shrubs and trees grow in order to augment and protect the natural habitats of wild life. The pack of trees comprise a mix of hawthorn, blackthorn, silver birch, hazel, common oak and rowan. With so much in the news recently you must have been moved by the voices of young people calling for us to protect the future of the planet. The planting of trees is only a small contribution and the Parish Council and Village Society are looking at other ways to support our local environment to help create a lasting legacy for future generations.
For more information visit www.woodlandtrust.org.uk
Autumn Show Winners 2019
Section 1. Tony Leeder.
Section 2. Derek Hazell.
Section 3. Dawn Mountain.
Section 4. Dorothy Davies.
Section 5. Chris Owen.
Section 3. Junior. Jack Mountain.
Section 4. Junior. Imogen Jones.
Section 5. Junior. Grace Mountain.
Best hanging basket. Derek Hazell.
Tallest sunflower. Chris Owen.
Largest marrow. Jacqui Sweeney.
Concerts have been cancelled as a precaution against the spread of Coronavirus
The TRUNCH CONCERTS at St Botolph’s Church, Trunch and St Nicholas Church, Swafield, enter their 22nd season this year.
The organising team will take reasonable steps to give notice if any concert has to be postponed or cancelled. Please check this website for up to date information closer to the dates of the concert.
QUIZ and FISH & CHIPS NIGHT
The monthly Quiz and Fish and Chips Nights scheduled for 24th April, and 29th May are cancelled as a precaution against the spread of the Coronavirus.
When they return come and enjoy a fun quiz evening with a fish’n chip break. By popular demand we start at 7.00pm and the questions are quite easy!
All profits will be used to assist in improvements to our village hall.
Teams of up to 6 people (bring your own alcohol if required. The entrance fee is £8 per person which includes fish’n chips and hot beverages.
Please contact Michael on 01263 720728 to book your place.
Call for Contractors/Suppliers
Trunch Parish Council is undertaking a review of it’s procurement procedures for the placement of orders/contracts for both minor capital expenditure and maintenance works under the headings of grass/landscaping, tree surgery, building works and general maintenance (including painting). Parties wishing to be considered for inclusion on approved lists of contractors/suppliers should contact the Parish Clerk, Julie Chance, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone on 01263 833902.
All contractors must carry public liability insurance, be aware of Health and Safety regulations and adhere to them. Unless they have carried out work for us before, when applying for inclusion on the list they should give us a CV, details and photos of some previous work done, details of training certificates (if any) and the name of at least one referee.
North Norfolk District Council – Draft Local Plan
Since the presentation by Mark Ashwell, the Planning Policy Manager of North Norfolk, at the Parish Council Meeting on 5th June a Public Meeting was held in order for residents to express their views on the First Draft of the Local Plan issued for consultation by the North Norfolk District Council. Ed Maxfield our County Councillor and Greg Hayman our District Councillor attended, besides seven Parish Councillors the Clerk and twenty eight residents. After an explanation of the main issues raised in the Plan, Ed and Greg fielded questions and comments from the residents and after a well delivered lively debate from the residents two main issues emerged. Firstly, it was recognised that the NNDC are proposing to make a change of designation of Trunch village from Countryside to an Area for Small Scale Development which would allow some allocation (to be announced in Part 2 of the Plan next Spring) of new ‘open market’ housing. Secondly, concern over the lack of adequate infrastructure and the drastic effect on local services the building of a total of 2590 houses in North Walsham, 909 in Cromer and 117 in Mundesley between 2016 and 2036 will have on us all. Sufficient interest and valid points of concern were raised and as a result the Parish Council and individuals can make reasoned responses to support Trunch remaining a Countryside Area in order to control what type of development (affordable housing), if any, should be allowed and to seek assurances that any development will go hand in hand with the provision of adequate infrastructure and local services. The last matter may require lobbying of Central Government.
The Trunch Parish Council meeting will be held on Wednesday 4th March at 7.30pm in the Methodist Church Community Room.
All Parish Council meetings are open for residents of Trunch to attend. Please do come along.
Visit the Web Site
see also The Trunch Crown
Takeaway and home delivery at the Trunch Crown
Due to the closure of the pub during the Coronavirus emergency we are offering takeaways and deliveries to anyone including those self isolating. Please give us a ring on 01263 722341 or message on Facebook and we can arrange everything for you. We are also selling bottles of wine and beer alongside the take away. Payment is cash on collection, PayPal or Bacs at the moment. We will be able to take card payments over the phone from Tuesday 24th all being well. Takeaway and delivery is available from 5pm to 8pm Tuesday to Saturday
Please make use of this valuable service. By doing so you will be supporting Iain and this valuable village asset in very difficult circumstances.
FORTHCOMING EVENTS at the CROWN
Due to the Coronavirus no events are planned for the foreseeable future.
See you in the Trunch Crown as soon the current Coronavirus emergency is overcome – Support your local
The popular coffee mornings held in the village hall will not be held for the time being due to the spread of the Coronavirus.
When the restart please come along and support this important cause in raising funds for the village hall and local charities. Home made cakes, coffee, tea and a warm welcome to all. If there is a anyone who finds it difficult to get there please telephone Helen on 01263 720728 and transport can be arranged.
When this important social occasion starts again, hopefully, later this year do come along, you will be surprised by the warm welcome that you will receive.
Getting to know you, getting to know all about you!
Trunch Village Society Annual General Meeting is likely to be postponed as a precaution against the spread of Coronavirus.
Ten Grant applications have been received and will be considered by the Committee in January in order to make recommendations for ratification at the Ordinary General Meeting in February. Do come along to support your Organisation or Group; your attendance could make all the difference.