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DUE TO THE COVID 19 VIRUS THE VILLAGE HALL WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE AND ALL FORTHCOMING EVENTS ARE CANCELLED

The Village Hall Bar will reopen from 5th July with social distancing measures in place and card only payments.

The committee has carried out a full risk assessment and full safely measure are in place. Please refer to the document below for details.

Covid 19 risk assessment 2020 - Carbrooke Village Hall

 

LATEST NEWS

Carbrooke coffee mornings!

By News Editor | February 23, 2017

Regular coffee mornings will be held in in the Village Hall on Wednesday  mornings 9.30 – 11.30 starting on 1st March 2107 Coffee/tea and cake for £2. All proceeds will go to the NSPCC as part of Kirsty Dekeyzer’s London Marathon campaign. She will be running this year’s marathon for the charity on 23rd…

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Carbrooke Academy news – Spring half term

By News Editor | February 13, 2017

School had a dinosaur day on Friday 10th February, to raise money for Cancer Research. Our very own Dennis from Year 5 co-ordinated the day, which started with a family collective worship and celebration. The day was fabulously well supported and included family Dinosaur activities, bake sale and a stunning…

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Stanta training activity – 20-26th February

By News Editor | February 9, 2017

Click link to download E-STANTA-EGD 208 Live Firing and Air Activity-20022017

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Carbrooke Academy News for January

By News Editor | January 23, 2017

  Carbrooke’s ‘highest gold achievers’ had a visit to Bury Pantomime; ‘oh no they didn’t; oh yes they did’! Going for Gold is our reward for best behaviour and attitudes to learning. Each week, every child is able to earn up to 5 gold awards, and by receiving 4 or…

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Wayland Acorn Fair

By News Editor | January 16, 2017

 The Wayland Partnership Growing Together Project is organising it’s first ever Acorn Fair on Saturday 21st January. At the fair you will be able  to learn more about our wonderful local environment and how you and your family can do your bit to help protect it for the future. There…

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Carbrooke Church News.

By News Editor | January 16, 2017

  We hope you had an enjoyable break, and are looking forward to the challenges and opportunities of a New Year. We certainly face plenty of those in Carbrooke  Church. We have just appointed a new architect, and look forward to working with Ruth Blackman, as we plan for the…

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Carbrooke Heritage group news

By News Editor | January 16, 2017

As we start a New Year, we can look back on the past year, as one of surprises, uncertainty,  joy and sadness. The many events that shaped the year may have been the topic of conversation at the time, but in years to come, will they just be a moment…

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The Boy Tom’s thoughts for January

By News Editor | January 9, 2017

Well how are yu all agettin on t’gether? I am a writtin this but I don’t know how you will be a’readin on it. That might be in the New Penny News or that might be “On Line” what ever that mean. Well Christmas und the New Year are behind…

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Churchyard surveys for Wayland Villages

By News Editor | January 9, 2017

The Wayland Partnership ‘Growing Together Project’ is delighted to be able to support the County Wildlife Action Project, Churchyard Surveys 2017. Working in conjunction with Gemma Walker, Project Officer with Norfolk Wildlife Trust and a team of local volunteers, our objective is to survey all our beautiful Wayland Churchyards, identifying…

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COMMUNITY CORONA VIRUS INFOMATION

Latest public transport information

By News Editor | April 1, 2020

Please find public transport information links below. This is to assist with finding the latest information about what public transport services are operating in your area. It may also help when advising your constituents or parishioners. These links provide the best source of information as operators have been changing services at relatively short notice as…

Update on the use of the Millennium Green

By News Editor | March 23, 2020

COVID-19 The trustees of the Millennium Green are hoping to keep the green open for as long as we are able. We may reluctantly be forced to close the green if further government measures to control this awful disease are announced. As advised please walk on the green alone or with one member of the…

Watton Corona Care

By News Editor | March 23, 2020

Watton Town Council have pulled together a Watton CoronaCare List which has some very useful information in a spreadsheet from businesses and groups across the area. https://carbrookeonline.co.uk/2020/03/23/watton-corona-care/ If you want to be added to this then contact Watton Town Council – email: wattonswaffhamevents@gmail.com phone: 01953 881007

Corona virus: Help for those in need

By News Editor | March 21, 2020

The church have a contact list of those willing to help people. We have established an Action Group to assist those who are unable, on medical advice, to get out. We can help with essential shopping, bank or postal transactions, and collecting prescriptions. If there is someone near you who might be vulnerable, please pass…

Government guidance for Corona virus

By News Editor | March 21, 2020

Here is some useful information from the government: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-stay-at-home-guidance/stay-at-home-guidance-for-households-with-possible-coronavirus-covid-19-infection https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/guidance-to-employers-and-businesses-about-covid-19

Corona Virus volunteer support

By News Editor | March 21, 2020

Early next week Breckland Council Civil Society Volunteer Support Hubs will be going live, keep an eye on the Breckland Council website for more information breckland.gov.uk/coronavirus I will keep up dating when I have anything new Helen.crane@breckland.gov.ukBreckland District CouncillorSaham Toney Ward

VILLAGE INFORMATION

Carbrooke fete and flower festival (21)

Carbrooke Parish Council: Meets the second Monday of the month. For more information visit carbrookepc.info

Carbrooke Bar: Bar open every Friday from 7:30pm to 11:00pm and on the first and third Sunday of the month 12.00-2.00pm

Mobile Library: Route Number CEN 141 (Every 4 weeks on Mondays)11:10 to 11:20 Church  Street , 11:25 to 11:35 Mill Lane (near Chapel)

Route Number CEN 245 ( Every 4 weeks on Tuesdays) 14:55 to 15:10 Salmond Road15:15 to 16:15 Lancaster Avenue (opp no 55) For more details call 01953 881617

Carbrooke Pre-School: Mon to Friday 9:00pm - 3:00pm Carbrooke School

Treetots Playgroup: Meets at the Blenheim Centre, Tedder Close, Watton.
Monday to Friday 9 a.m—2.45 p.m.
WATTON RADIO MODEL CLUB - Dave Thomas 01953 881683— Last Wednesday of each month
7.30pm - Hingham Sports Centre. Jan/Feb/Mar/April/Sept/Oct/AGM first Wed in December
—All Summer meetings on Fen Site Flying Field

Citizens Advice Mid Norfolk: Watton Office, Unit 2, Ventura House, Watton, IP25 6JU Open Wednesday’s 10am - 3pm. No Appointment Necessary.
Parish Council Meetings: Second Monday of the month

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