As a precautionary measure in view of the COVID-19 from today all routine
appointments with a GP will be conducted by telephone. Should a GP need to
see a patient arrangements will be made. These measures are being put in
place to assure public and staff safety.
Bulletin from Swan Lane Medical Practice.
Picnic in the Park!
Friday 8th May 2020
1.00pm until 8.00pm
(Unfortunately this event has had to be cancelled)
Following the consultation held online and in the entrance to the
Co-op which showed the local community that responded wished to keep the Methodist Church and was prepared to see a rise in the Precept to allow us to do so. Long Stratton Town Council made the decision to make an offer to purchase the Methodist Church to retain it for the Community. This is subject to acceptable terms and conditions. Please contact the Clerk if you would like any more information.
APRIL SEXTON’S WHEEL
DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS THE MAGAZINE IS UNABLE TO BE HAND DELIVERED THIS MONTH.
AN ELECTRONIC VERSION IS AVAILABLE ON THIS WEBSITE, SEE ABOVE
& THE ‘LONG STRATTON MARDLE' FACEBOOK PAGE
What We Do
The Parish Council is responsible for:
upkeep of the village street lighting
the recreation ground
the play area
the playing field
A Neighbourhood Plan
The memorial gardens
commenting on planning applications
bus shelters and dog bins
the village notice boards
the village plain
general maintenance around the village
Long Stratton Council
The Town Council is made up of members who all live in the village and surrounding areas and represent the village on various matters. We are effectively the third tier of local government, the other two being Norfolk County Council and South Norfolk District Council.
The pavilion project has an anticipated start date of 19th March 2019.
If you would like to see more information including funding, the proposed borrowing from PWLB and the business plan then please click at the side
Long Stratton Town Council and South Norfolk District Council agreed to Long Stratton Town Council adopting the Central Toilets keeping them as a vital community asset. Currently they are still the responsibility of South Norfolk whilst the refurbishment work is being carried out. South Norfolk are in the process of finding a contractor to undertake the work. I will keep you updated as we know more.
Long Stratton Town Council are responsible for some of the street lights. To see if we look after the street light by your property please click on the link below.
The Long Stratton Neighbourhood Plans pre-submission consultation stage (regulation 14) has now finished. The steering group committee are currently reviewing all the responses.
Please visit www.lsnp.info to view the draft plan and the supporting evidence..