Monday 8th September 2014 - Parish Council Meeting, Sign Returned, Tea in the Pavilion, Green Build and Walks

Quite a bit to cover since last Wednesday, so I will try to be succinct, starting with the Parish Council Meeting on Wednesday evening where there was an excellent public presence. It was reported, the donations made at the World War I exhibition at St Martins Church and later in the Parish Hall amounted to just over £770. This will be sent to the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association . PCSO Elaine Roberts reported that there were no crimes in the village during August. In District Councillor Mrs Angie Fitch-Tillett’s report she covered the sea defence six year programme for repairs. She asked the Parish Council to consider the idea of permitted parking for the disabled at the bottom of Clifton Way, providing easier access to the beach and promenade. During the break for public participation, a number of members of the public were able to voice their opinions and concerns relating to the amended planning application for Hillingdon Park. The Chairman told the public that the Parish Council have no powers over planning but can make comments etc. to the District Council.

I mentioned in my diary last time that the sign at the bottom of the zigzag had been removed. This has now been reinstated and clearly directs walkers east and west along the Coastal Path, west to Cromer Pier and the Paston Way and up the zigzag for the Paston Way and Village Services.

The Cream Tea organised by a group of local ladies in the Pavilion on the Sports Field on Bank Holiday Monday, 25th August raised an excellent sum of £315.46. This has been donated to The Big C; Norfolk’s Cancer Charity, who have provided support to cancer sufferers and their families in the village.

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