North Tuddenham Parish Council

We are a Parish Council serving a scattered rural community to the East of Dereham

Meetings are held bi-monthly on the 2nd Tuesday of the month.

 

Next Parish Council Meeting

January Meeting Cancelled

Re-scheduled for February, date to be confirmed

Our Thanks from the family of Sgt. Robert Emmet Norrell KIA 1944

Dear Parish Council Members,

I wanted to express  appreciation and gratitude for the memorial you dedicated to the eight airmen killed as a result of the plane crash in 1944. While doing some genealogy research ,I discovered the web page devoted to your efforts to honor the crew members that died in North Tuddenham during WW2. I spoke  today with the nieces of “Robbie”  Norrell. Robbie was my mother’s first  Cousin. His death left heartbroken family members who we only wished could have known the  lasting  memorial you all created. Please extend our thanks to the people of Tuddenham from the Shea and Norrell descendents in the United States.

Sincerely

Ellen Rardin Tennessee USA

Ellen S. Rardin LCSW

Director of Adoption Counseling Services Inc

2185 Wickersham Lane

Germantown, TN 38139 (901) 753-9089

North Tuddenham Appraisal 2018

 

North Tuddenham Appraisal 2018

Norwich Western Link

Norwich Western Link

 

Earlier this year we carried out a public consultation which established there was very strong support for creating a new link between the A47 and Broadland Northway (formerly Northern Distributor Road), with the majority of those responding suggesting a new road as their preferred solution.

The shortlisted options, from west to east, are:

 

  • Option A – a 7.2 mile single carriageway upgrade to the B1535 and A1067, linking to the A47 at the Wood Lane junction north of Honingham. This option would significantly realign the current B road, smoothing it out to make it a higher standard route. The route would join the A1067 via a new junction at Lenwade and make use of the existing bridge across the River Wensum at Attlebridge.

It is predicted this route would carry around 10,000 vehicles a day by 2040. The estimated cost is £60 million.

 

  • Option B – a new dual carriageway route and dual carriageway upgrade of the A1067 totalling 5.2 miles, with the new route to the east of Weston Longville and linking to the A47 at Wood Lane. At the northern end of this route, two alternatives are given for how it could join the A1067. One would be via a new junction near Attlebridge which would include widening the existing River Wensum bridge at Attlebridge. The other would see a new 660 metre viaduct crossing of the Wensum created, joining the A1067 further to the east.

It is predicted this route would carry around 30,000 vehicles a day by 2040. The estimated cost is £155 million based on the viaduct alternative as this has a higher cost.

 

  • Option C – a new dual carriageway route and dual carriageway upgrade of the A1067, linking to the A47 at Wood Lane and totalling 3.9 miles. Around 350 metres of the A1067 would be dualled before a new junction would take the route between Weston Longville and Ringland, crossing the River Wensum on a 720 metre-long viaduct.

It is predicted this route would carry around 32,000 vehicles a day by 2040. The estimated cost is £153 million.

 

  • Option D – a new dual carriageway route and dual carriageway upgrade of the A1067 totalling 3.6 miles. The route is similar to Option C at its northern end, however it then runs to the west of Ringland and links to the A47 further east at the junction with Taverham Road. Around 400 metres of the A1067 would be dualled before a new junction would take the route between Weston Longville and Ringland, crossing the River Wensum on a 660 metre-long viaduct, then turning more to the south and crossing the River Tud on a second viaduct, this one 120 metres long, before it meets the A47.

It is predicted this route would carry around 31,000 vehicles a day by 2040. The estimated cost is £161 million.

NWL_Shortlisted_Options_with_constraints_02_11_2018

 

Councillors on Norfolk County Council’s Environment, Development and Transport Committee will be asked to give their approval of this shortlist and proceed with a public consultation on them between 26 November 2018 and 18 January 2019.

Norwich WL_Options_Poster_14.11.18

First Aid Course

Second stage is now in progress

All are welcome but please contact Jonathan by e-mail if you would like to attend.

stapleton974@btinternet.com

Parish Councillors’ Personal Interests

Mike Smith has an interest in the Parochial Church Council

Daphne Blyth has an interest in the Parochial Church Council

Christine Blake has an interest in the Parochial Church Council

Jonathan Stapleton has an  interest in the Recycling Scheme

 

Welcome Leaflet

Newcomers to our village can download the Welcome Leaflet below.

North Tuddenham Welcome Leaflet

 North Tuddenham Residences

Parish Clerk

The Parish Clerk only works two hours a week and does not accept phone calls after 6pm, except in a genuine emergency.

Would you please send an e-mail instead, and also be prepared for some  delay in response.

Friday Bus Timetable

Aylsham to East Dereham

Market Day Service

Friday

Aylsham Market Place 940 1429  
Cawston Market Place 945 1419  
Reepham Market Place 955 1414  
Hackford X Rds 958 1411  
Bawdeswell Post Office 1002 1407  
Sparham Well close 1007 1402  
Lyng Stores 1011 1358  
Elsing Mill Street 1013 1356  
Elsing X Rds 1014 1355  
North Tuddenham 1021 1348  
Dereham Cherry Tree park 1030 1340  

Parish Council Notice

North Tuddenham Parish Council

This is a reminder to everybody that North Tuddenham Parish Council is a local authority and as such it has duties under legislation.

Any duties to be carried out under this legislation will be on instruction from the proper person, i.e. the clerk to the Parish Council.

 

The Parish Councillors are:

Jonathan Stapleton                      Chairman

Michael Smith                                 Vice-chairman

David Baxter                                   Treasurer

Daphne Blyth

Chris Williams

Christine Blake

 

 

 

P. W. Baldwin

Clerk to North Tuddenham Parish Council

29th May 2015

 

Clothing Bank

Use it or Lose it!

The clothing bank, which is in the car park at the Lodge, generates an income of approximately £200 for every ton of clothing deposited in it.

As only half a ton of clothing was put there last year we will lose it unless there is more support.

The clothing is sorted and anything of reasonable quality will be re-used by charities, either at home or abroad. Nothing is wasted!

This is a useful source of income for the Parish Council and is used to help to reduce the precept.