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Residents in north Norfolk are pressing ahead with plans to buy a village’s only pub for the community - but need to raise about £250,000 in just six months.

North Norfolk’s MP has called into question the district council’s decision to press ahead with plans to spend more than £2m on a controversial business zone targeted at the offshore energy sector.

Warnings have been issued about a hoax calls from fraudsters pretending to be from a north Norfolk council.

They are well-trodden paths leading walkers through some of the best scenery the county has to offer and new figures show increasing numbers of hikers are discovering the delights of the Norfolk Trails.

Caravans on a site in Sea Palling in north Norfolk can now be used all the year round for holiday purposes.

A host of children’s activities will be on offer in Cromer, North Walsham and Stalham during the six-week summer break.

A £3m project to transform a Norfolk school into an “environment suitable for learning” is finally complete after three years of hard work.

Money to improve community facilities at Stalham town hall is part of a retirement homes package set for approval next week.

Work is well underway to restoring one of Norfolk’s favourite pubs to its former glory.

The message from the new leader at the North Norfolk District Council is clear: “Grow up and get on with it, for the good of north Norfolk.”

A new community hub in Holt to house the tourist information centre (TIC) and hold exhibitions could be up and running by May.

A new cabinet at the North Norfolk District Council has been announced, under the leadership of John Lee.

North Norfolk District Council’s contractors Kier have begun the catch up of bin collections around the district following last week’s severe weather, which resulted in three days of cancelled collections.

Retirement homes builder McCarthy and Stone has submitted amended plans for a former abattoir site in Upper Staithe Road, Stalham.

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A fire at a former Sheringham hotel is being treated as arson, police have confirmed.

Norfolk theatre company fEAST will be bringing a brand new adaptation of novelist Jeremy Page’s acclaimed book Salt to the Garage, Norwich, on April 20, as part of a 12-date tour of county venues.

Council bosses have warned of “severe disruption” to services today as snow brought by the Beast from the East weather front continues to cause problems across Norfolk.

Bin collections in north Norfolk have been suspended today.

The oldest member of a north Norfolk seated exercise class is proving you are never too old to keep fit.

Bosses at an historic hotel in a seaside village have promised to “bounce back” after being hit with a zero food hygiene rating.

Dogs were kept outside in the cold without food and water, no toys and limited bedding at an unlicensed puppy farm in north Norfolk, a court heard today.

The growing problem of homelessness and rough sleeping is to be tacked with a £1.5m fund from Norfolk County Council (NCC).

A new contractors’ site compound will be set up south of the Bacton Gas Terminals while asset management and maintenance work is carried out over a two-year period.

The fall-out from the failure of Norfolk boat-builder Oyster Yachts has begun to spread to companies in its supply chain, say advisers who have been supporting workers affected.

Plans to regenerate four north Norfolk market towns with £400,000 have been welcomed by the district’s Liberal Democrat group.

The latest intricately-decorated ‘Moongazer’ hare to be part of a Norfolk-wide GoGoHares! trail has been unveiled.

DONNELLI’S WROXHAM

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

SEEKING a new premises Licence for Unit 1, The Bridge, Wroxham NR12 8DA. For the onsale of alcohol

Plans to erect new windshields on the Cromer Pier are now underway.

Sheringham Viking Festival drew to a spectacular close, with a torchlit parade through the town followed by the burning of a longboat on the seashore.

When Tim Adams went out searching for potholes as part of his work as Cromer district’s county councillor, he didn’t expect to stumble across the remnants of a cannabis farm.

More misery has been heaped on the Conservative group at North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) with the Liberal Democrats celebrating a landslide victory at a by-election.

One of Norfolk’s leading nature parks is marking a landmark anniversary by launching a new programme of events.

Costa coffee is facing continued questions over the opening of their new store in Cromer.

Another north Norfolk eatery has been branded with a zero food hygiene rating.

A £22,000 Viking ship play centre has been launched at Sheringham’s Cromer Road playground.

The north Norfolk District council has stepped in to provide support to residents after a key employer in the district has announced they have “run out of cash”.

An historic pub in North Walsham’s town centre is set to be converted into new shops and homes.

Representatives from more than 20 Norfolk businesses and organisations were on hand to chat to students, at a careers fair held at Sheringham High School.

Haunting artworks depicting the North Sea coast have gone on show at North Norfolk District Council’s offices in Holt Road, Cromer.

The Liberal Democrat and Conservative members of the North Norfolk District Council have locked horns over a new sub-committee announced this week.

Fakenham’s community fridge has had more than a tonne of food donated to it since it was launched.

Staff at troubled boat-builder Oyster Yachts in Hoveton will be offered support by the council as they come to terms with losing their jobs.

It is characterised by charming villages and scenic north Norfolk countryside. And now three people are hoping to represent Worstead ward on North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) by contesting an election planned for February 15.

A Norfolk MP has demanded urgent talks with the owners of Oyster Yachts after the shock news that the company is facing liquidation.

A man fears the dust, noise and disruption that would accompany the building of a new estate near his home could prove harmful, and even fatal, for his wife.

The troubles at North Norfolk District Council appear to be far from over, after eyebrows were raised following the establishment of an exclusive sub-committee.

Application for a Premises Licence

Friday, February 2, 2018

Application for a Premises Licence MR ROBERT MILLS is applying for the Grant of a Premises Licence for (II Calabrese 3 Franklyns Yard, Bull Street, Holt. Norfolk NR256LZ)

North Norfolk District Council is appealing to local people to put forward their views on the future of one of the area’s beauty spots.

A vision for Holt intended to guide the north Norfolk town’s development until the year 2038 has been opened up to public discussion.

This is how hotly-debated new offices and apartments planned for a picturesque area of Wells could look.

A district council is seeking to understand their local landscape better as they deal with the pressures of development.

North Norfolk District Council is challenging the Planning Inspectorate on its decision not to hold a public inquiry in the process of re-considering joint planning appeals for wind turbines at Bodham and Selbrigg.

Would-be savvy savers are being urged to take part in a new initiative to combat food waste.

The make up of north Norfolk’s demographics has always leaned towards an older population.

News the BBC1 hit Antiques Roadshow is coming to Cromer Pier has been met with joy by town leaders.

Fresh plans to knock down a derelict seaside hotel and put up a new building have been given the green light, putting it in conflict with an earlier scheme that had already been approved for the site.

Children across the country and beyond will fondly remember their holidays in north Norfolk: sandy beaches, sunny skies and beautiful scenery.

Uncertainty continues to surround fiercely-opposed plans to double the size of a village, near Fakenham, as an appeal lodged by the developer could soon be heard by the High Court.

She had been told her child-minding centre produced too much noise, and was almost forced to close it down.

The North Norfolk District Council has assured visitors to Walcott beach after they raised concerns over a large amount of black liquid spotted streaming onto the sand.

A bid by the UK’s largest coffee chain to open a branch in North Walsham has met a mixed reaction in the town.

A Norfolk housing organisation is urging residents in Wells to return survey forms by the end of January so that they can gain a greater understanding of the town’s affordable housing needs.

North Norfolk District Council

LOCAL GOVERNMENT (MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) ACT 1976

FEES FOR LICENCES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that North Norfolk District Council, acting in their capacity of the Licensing Authority, intend to implement the following proposals for licence fees under Section 53(2) and 70(1) of the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1976, in respect of the following categories of licence issued by the North Norfolk District Council effective from the 1st April 2018:

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