WELCOME TO CARBROOKE MILLENNIUM GREEN
Established as one of 200 new greens for the year 2000, Carbrooke Millennium Green is a beautiful 10-acre space full of indigenous wildlife, trees and wildflowers. It has a maze, wildlife pond, amphitheatre and children’s play area, as well as walks and trails across the site. It is used by people from within the village and beyond. The Millennium Green committee, like the village hall, is a charity governed by trustees. You can view the Governing Deed of Trust by clicking HERE.
In the next chapter of the evolution of this extraordinary community space, we aim to extend the choices of activities available to the local community and also create a space to welcome visitors to our community for positive educational and leisure events.
LATEST NEWS FROM THE MILLENNIUM GREEN
Village Fete, raising funds for our village organisations. All the usual stalls including Bouncy Castles, Childrens games, New Buckenham Silver Band, Ferret Racing, Classic Cars, Watton Radio Model Club, Craft Stalls available. Bar, BBQ, Refreshments., Grand Raffle. To book a stall or for more information contact 01953 889956/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A tree to commemorate the contribution made by the late Robert Buscall to the village was planted this afternoon on Carbrooke Millennium Green. In front of a group of villagers short speeches were given by Brian Harris and Tom Thurston before the tree was dedicated by David Saunders and officially planted by Robert’s wife Livia…
For many Years he was the Village’s representative on both Breckland District Council. In addition, he served on the Village Hall Committee and Parish Council and was chairman of both. He was on the Committee of the Norfolk Agricultural Station at Morley near Wymondham. This is now called the Morley Research Centre. He was also…