A Warm Welcome to Hindolveston

The Hindol Website

The village website was adopted by the Parish Council in January 2017. In addition to being a source of local information and reports generally, it serves as a window into the work of the Parish Council, including agendas, meetings minutes and financial reports.

Residents can request allowable content to be included by contacting the website manager, Phil Brown, using hindolweb@gmail.com. For a quick overview of the menu and sub-menu layout have a look at the Site Menu Index.

Pudding Night – get your just desserts in September!!

This charity event takes place in the Village Hall and is supporting The Alzheimer Society. For more details and to view the poster, click here.

Wanna Join My Gang?

Neil Lewis is looking for volunteers to assist him doing a ‘makeover’ of the fence that runs alongside one side of the Village Hall.  This might be suitable for teenagers undertaking the Duke of Edinburgh scheme; this activity could fulfil part of the voluntary service to the community requirement. See the Wanna Join My Gang poster for more details.

Village Hall Programme for September 2017

For the latest activity programme being run in the Village Hall, check out the Village Hall What’s On schedule. This can be downloaded here or just check the post for details.

One thing to highlight at this stage is the drop in night on Thursday 21st September. Between 7pm and 9pm the hall will be open, Sue (a patchwork quilter) will be present, trying to finish off a project.  Refreshments will be available and anyone with a needleworky, crafty project is welcome to just drop in, for help or a chat and a cuppa.  This is Sue’s initiative and anyone will be made welcome.  She plans to open the hall on the first and third Thursday evenings, so she will be there again on 5th October.

Village Screen – Autumn Season

For the season’s  programme as it currently is, click here.

Report: St George’s Church Summer Fête: 5th August 2017

The organisers and supporters of St George’s church would like to thank all those that contributed to a very successful church fete. Despite the inclement weather, there was an excellent turn out with the usual favourites, plus more. In total a staggering £1321.63 was raised with the proceeds going to the upkeep of the church.

Website Update @ 4th August 2017

Due to capacity issues, a sister website has been created to hold and view all the pictures/ photos and images that were accessed in the Galleries section. The new website is called Hindolveston Images and can be accessed from the Galleries page.

Report: Roc on the Rec 29th July 2017

Rock on the Rec 2017 was organised by Parish Councillor, Zara Leeder, for the community. It raised a very respectable £413.05 for the Recreation ground funds despite the weather. Performances came from 3 local bands:  Skipyard Rockers, Midnight Specials and Powerhouse Special. For the full report with photos click here.

Birds of Hindolveston – A Tour Guide by Luke Nash

Local resident and school boy, Luke Nash, has compiled an excellent tour guide with his own photos specifically for this website, to the birds you can see around the village and in the near vicinity. You can view the guide by clicking here. To see the photos separately, look at the page entitled Birds of Hindol  in the Galleries section.

Sunday Times: The Old Bakery puts Hindol on the map

In a Sunday Times article (dated (23rd July 2017) highlighting its top 21 best-value holidays available, The Old Bakery in Hindolveston is top of the list! Congratulations to Mike and Alison Thomas for their on-going achievements and for putting Hindolveston on the map in 2017. Click here to see part of the Sunday Times article.

The Parish Council has a Vacancy – It takes all sorts!!

There is a vacancy on the Parish Council. If you are interested in becoming a councillor but you are not sure whether you have the right background or how your skills/ experience might assist the council, then take a look at It Takes All Sorts published by the National Association of Local Councils. For more details, click here.

North Norfolk Police Newsletter for July 2017

The June 2017 edition of the North Norfolk Police (NNP) Newsletter covering the Astley & Wensum wards can be downloaded here. Its aim is to ensure you receive regular updates on crime levels along with relevant news and crime prevention advice.

Village Noticeboard – Public Usage @ June 2017

The public use of the village noticeboard (situated in the bus shelter at the junction between The Street and Foulsham Road) was discussed at the June 2017 Parish Council meeting. It was clarified that the Parish Council does not want to impose any restrictions on its use. It follows that anyone can use the noticeboard to publicise an event, advertise services, advertise items for sale etc. and no prior permission is needed. For more details, have a look at the noticeboard usage page by clicking here.

Leaking Pond affecting the Fulmodeston Road @ 20th July

Anyone who has driven West out of the village will have noticed that Fulmodeston Road is always wet and large puddles are ever present in the dip as you leave the village boundary. The matter was discussed again at the recent PC meeting. Check the post for more details and updates but sad to say no developments since mid-April.

Latest Consumer and Scam News

Norfolk County Council provides information on the up to date consumer alerts. This includes reports of door step ‘rogue’ traders and the latest reported email scams. To see these click here. For more details regarding scam awareness in general and advice on how to prevent being a victim, have a look at the scam awareness page.

Keep the Date

  • Sat 23rd September: Pudding Night charity event at the Village Hall in support of The Alzheimer Society – check the post for more details.
  • Sat 7th October: Poetry workshop in the Village Hall at 1pm run by Jehane Markham
  • Sat 7th October: Village Screen – Incendies (15); see post for more details.
  • Sat 14th October: Jazz evening in the Village Hall at 7.30pm – more details to follow.
The website is paid for by the Norfolk Association of Local Councils of which the Hindolveston Parish Council is a member. The management and content of the website is managed by the Parish Council on behalf of the community.