This year Broadland District Council are using the Green Wheelie Bins at Ranworth Staithe, rather than the compactors we have seen in previous years.
This change concerns the Broads area as a whole and we are asking residents to be vigilant to the misuse of the bins so as to preserve the beautiful village which we are all proud of.
We are already aware that items are being placed in the bins that are not from boats, and would like to emphasize that these bins are not for resident use, but for boat users on the staithe.
If you would like to make us aware of any issues with the green wheelie bins, please email Woodbastwickpc@gmail.com or contact Broadland District Council direct to make them away of any flytipping.
Please see below for the Notice of Election for the forthcoming European Parliamentary election to be held on 22nd May 2014:
Notice of European Parliamentary Election May 2014
In response to residents requests, the Parish Council has been looking into the possibility of starting a Community Speedwatch team.
If you are interested in taking part in the scheme, please read the information booklet available here:
Community Speedwatch Booklet
If you would like to volunteer, please contact the Parish Clerk, Woodbastwickpc@gmail.com.
The Mobile Library Service next stops at Ranworth on Friday 25 April, and now visits every four weeks, 10:45-11:15 at the junction opposite Priory Road.
More details of the service and future dates can be found here: http://www.norfolk.gov.uk/view/NCC088898
On 23 May 2014 from 2 – 4pm an open afternoon at Redmayne View, Housing With Care, Mountbatten Drive, Sprowston is being held. This is supported accommodation for the over 55s.