A good turnout for Necton’s Annual Parish Meeting on 23 April 2015

The Annual Parish Meeting was well attended this year, perhaps helped by the lovely refreshments laid on by the Council before the meeting began.

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The highlights of the evening included hearing from many local organisations who provide essential services to the village – Community First Responders, Necton Lunch Club, Little Oaks pre-school, Necton Parish Church and Ladies Friendship Club were only some of the organisations represented.

Cllr Woodward, Chair of the Parish Council was delighted to be able to hand out money – the 2014 grants agreed by the Council.  The organisations that benefited were Necton Sports & Social Club, Necton Parish Church, Little Oaks and Pandora Project.

A wonderful surprise came from Ms Kari Hege Mørk, Stakeholder Manager for the Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm in the form of a commitment to provide funding to 3 projects within the village – Community First Responders, Necton Primary School and a new bus shelter on the A47.

Read the minutes and reports from this years APM here.

The Breckland View also sent along their community reporter, Paul Young, and you can hear his report here.


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