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Contact UsClerk : Robert Smith Curlew Lodge Guys Head Rd Sutton Bridge PE12 9QQ email: [email protected]
Category Archives: News
The next meeting of Tilney St Lawrence Parish Council will be held at 7:00pm on Monday 3rd June 2019, at Tilney St Lawrence Village Hall, Magdalen Road, PE34 4RF. All are welcome to attend and there will be an open … Continue reading
Notices of Election for the election of both Borough Councillors and Parish Councillors have been posted on the Official Notices section of this website: https://tilneystlawrencepc.norfolkparishes.gov.uk/official-notices/ For further information please contact the Clerk.
One parish councillor continues in keeping Tilney St Lawrence tidy with his litter picking efforts. In 2018 Councillor Jerry McManus collected the following items from the pavements and road sides of Tilney St Lawrence: 131 black bin bags 2 car … Continue reading
Please see attached police poster regarding one of the latest scams targeting vulnerable people. If you know of anyone falling victim to scammers, call the police on 101. Scam Awareness Poster
See attached poster for the NHS Stay well this winter campaign poster. First Signs Poster
The Annual Return and Accounts to be Audited for the Parish Council have been published under the Finance and Annual Return tab of this web site. The Notice of appointment of date for the exercise of public rights to inspect … Continue reading
The Parish Council is pleased to report that at its May 2018 meeting, Councillor Dane Rayner was co-opted as a member of the Parish Council. The Council welcomes Dane onto the Council and hopes that he will find his new … Continue reading
One parish councillor continues in keeping Tilney St Lawrence tidy with his litter picking efforts. In the last year Councillor Jerry McManus has collected the following items from the pavements and road sides of Tilney St Lawrence: 101 black bin … Continue reading
Using food waste caddies for left-over and waste food just got a whole lot easier thanks to changes to the processing technology. There is no need to purchase compostable caddy liners anymore as any small bag, such as carrier bags, … Continue reading
See attached poster for the mobile library timetable