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  • Carr Lane
    Article: Sep 18, 2017

    Took a look at traffic concerns on Crossdale Street, Northrepps this morning together with a local resident.

    The speed limit here is 50mph but there are a number of turnings along the length of the road that make it a potentially dangerous spot. The is a lot of traffic here too and visibiility is poor at various points. If plans for 300 new homes further up Norwich Road towards Cromer go ahead, the volume of traffic is only going to increase.

  • Bracken Avenue, Overstrand
    Article: Sep 18, 2017

    In Overstrand this morning to look at the resurfacing work done in Bracken Avenue.

    It looks like a disappointingly poor job done by Highways contractors without proper preparation or aftercare. This has left residents with a poor quality footpath surface that is already breaking up in places as weeds grow through it, and problems with loose chippings from the road surface.

  • Mundesley library
    Article: Sep 12, 2017

    I was thrilled to be asked to hand out certificates today to children who completed Mundesley library's reading challenge.

    Children who signed up to the Animal Agents summer reading challenge had to read at least six books over the holidays. If they did, they earned a certificate and a medal.

    It was great to see that so many local families had taken part - well done all!

  • Sidestrand
    Article: Sep 4, 2017

    Norfolk County Council has launched its search for Eco Heroes. Do you know someone who should win the award? This is what the Council's press statement says:

    The Norwich and Norfolk Eco Awards, which opens for entries today, is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year and all set to be bigger and better than ever.