The consultation for the Local Transport Plan opened on 13th January offering local people the chance to have their say on current and future priorities for transport provision in Norfolk.
Plans for £536.6m of investment in physical and digital infrastructure, schools and services across Norfolk have been backed by the County Council’s Cabinet.
The Direct Payments to Farmers (Legislative Continuity) was introduced yesterday (January 9) following the Chancellor’s confirmation of almost £3 billion of funding for 2020 to support farmers once the UK leaves the EU.
Norfolk County Council are warning residents about text messages appearing to be from Paypal, claiming that their account access has been limited. The message goes on to ask the recipient to ‘confirm their identity’ via an embedded link.
The EU-funded project PROWAD-LINK are holding free workshops at King’s Lynn Town Hall in January and February, all based on nature conservation, networking and unlocking the business prosperity in north Norfolk.
In north west Norfolk we are blessed to be surrounded by a stunning coastline and areas of natural beauty; now, a local lady has found a way to capture the charm of the seaside in the form of unique and handcrafted jewellery with her business Beach Finds Designs.
A family-run, local business since the 1930s, Norfolk Lavender has proven an essential pin on Norfolk’s map. With its centre located on the A149 as you enter Hunstanton from Heacham, the Norfolk Lavender empire as it stands today now incorporates 100 acres of lavender fields, a farm shop, animal garden, tearooms, a children’s play centre and a jewellery, furniture and gift shop. These expansions have been rolled out over a period of almost 90 years... and it all originated from a small miller’s cottage in Heacham.