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I would be most grateful if you would send Rosie and I any suggestions for agenda items and please keep us informed of any issues of which you become aware that should be of wider interest to village residents.

I intend to send out reminders of the forthcoming meeting together with the suggested agenda nearer to the proposed date.

I would be grateful if you could notify anyone who might not have access to this notice of the scheduling of this meeting. I will shortly circulate a meeting notice/invite that can be printed and delivered to those who, for whatever reason, are not on our email circulation list.

David Ledsham email: david.ledsham@btopenworld.com

Date: 17 January 2018

I am pleased to report that following the close of the 2nd phase of consultation and the below mentioned meeting of the Council’s Electoral Arrangements Review Committee held on 29 November 2017, the recommendation of the Committee which is to be put forward at a meeting of the full Council on 19th February 2018 is that there should be no changes to either the existing Hedenham parish boundary nor to our existing governance arrangements. This is good news as it fully aligns with the response that the Parish submitted earlier in 2017 at the consultation stage.

David Ledsham email: david.ledsham@btopenworld.com

Full response: Hedenham Governance Review Response


Held on 23rd September 2016 – Details

Hedenham Village Meeting 2016

Chair Sally Connor – salconnor58@gmail.com

After nearly 9 years of service as the Parish Clerk, Deirdre Luff has decided that it is time to stand down. She will continue, until the meeting, but a replacement will be needed at that time. Clerk Deirdre Luff – deirdre.luff@talk21.com

Details of 2016 Village meeting:

Hedenham Parish Meeting minutes_20 October 2016


Our Christmas meeting will be at the Village Hall and sadly this will be the last meeting of Hedenham W I. Kim Reynolds our W I Advisor attended our Annual Meeting, as we had not had any nominations for the offices of President and Secretary. After much discussion and heart searching we voted to suspend. Last year we celebrated our 40th anniversary and although many of our members are not from the village we have been close friends throughout.
All our tickets have now been allocated for the Norfolk and Norwich Operatic Society production of The Witches of Eastwick on January 31st.
On December 3rd our president Mary Drury is hosting a workshop to enable members to make Christmas Wreaths and Table decorations- this should be a very enjoyable event.
Thurlton and District have invited us to their Christmas Party on Tuesday 13th December when the theme is “Unheard Motown music 1968 – 1989”. Sounds like a fun evening and some of our members are going.
Birthday posies were presented to 3 members.
Jennie Cundy