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HRH Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh

It is with great sadness that we have today learnt of the death of The Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip, who supported his country over many decades with the upmost dedication and distinction. He was a much-loved member of our monarchy and will be sorely missed.

On behalf of the people of Bracon Ash and Hethel, I wish to convey our deepest sympathy and thoughts to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the rest of the Royal Family at this terribly sad time.

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, a traditional book of condolences will not be available. However for those wishing to leave a message, an e-book of condolence is available on the official Royal website (www.royal.uk) or by emailing condolence@s-norfolk.gov.uk.

Colin Rudd

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Don’t drop your guard

Covid spreads easily. Every time someone leaves their home, this creates new opportunities for spread of the virus. People are being asked to keep these opportunities to a minimum by:

  1. Staying in as a priority
  2. Avoiding unnecessary journeys
  3. Avoiding mixing with other households
  4. Shopping in a way that results in fewer people in the shops and on fewer occasions.
  5. Doing more to ventilate and clean homes.
  6. Staying local for exercise – this means in your own village, town, or part of the city.
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Meeting dates for 2021

Due to the ongoing restrictions the parish council is continuing to hold its meetings on line via zoom. Unfortunately time is restricted so if you have any issues it would be helpful if you could raise them via email  in advance of the meeting to carole.jowett@btinternet.com.

Meetings will commence at 7:00pm prompt, please try to join between 6:55 and 7:00 to keep disruption to a minimum.

Join the meeting on Zoom, the access details are at the top of each meeting agenda

Thank you for your patience during this difficult time.

13th January 2021

22nd February 2021

29th March 2021

17th May 2021 – AGM/Parish meeting

12th July 2021

13th September 2021

18th October 2021

29th November 2021

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Coronavirus pandemic

As people are being to stay at home to restrict the spread of COVID-19 it is important that vulnerable people receive the support that they need. South Norfolk Council has created community hubs in line with government requirements. To  access help through the hub please call 01508 533933 or email to communities@s-norfolk.gov.uk

Further information can be found here