SOUP LUNCH AT THE TITTLESHALL METHODIST CHAPEL

Wednesday 20th March from 11:30am to 1:00pm
Come and enjoy some company, a warming bowl of home-made soup a dessert plus tea or coffee.
Vegetarian and gluten-free diets catered for.
You are invited to donate as much as you wish for your meal.
Proceeds in aid of Tittleshall Methodist Chapel funds.

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LITCHAM ENTERTAINMENT GROUP – Spring Production

Curtain Up!
by Peter Quilter

A warm-hearted comedy about a group of  women who inherit a run-down theatre and their brave attempt to bring  it back to life. Five talented actors from Litcham Entertainment Group  have been rehearsing the play over the winter months and performances  will take place at The Jubilee Hall in Litcham on Friday 5th and  Saturday 6th April at 7.30 pm. Our aim is to raise as much money as possible for the refurbishment of the hall, and to give you a lovely  evening out, so do come and see it.
Tickets, which cost £ 7.50 are available in person from Litcham Post Office Stores or by telephone from Val Horton 01328 700909.
Young people would, as ever, be very welcome, but we suggest that the play is suitable for those aged 10 upwards. It is a fast-paced and very funny comedy, often touching and thought-provoking, which will warm your heart and make you laugh.
Paul Hands

ROAD CLOSURE

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The Tittleshall Road (C221) will be closed from its junction with Rattle Row (Private Road) for a distance of 25 metres southwards in the PARISH OF MILEHAM because of works to install BT ducting.  The road will be temporarily closed (except for access) from 20th to 22ndFebruary 2019. (3 days)
Alternative route is via: B1145 Litcham Road/ Mileham Road, C123 Tittleshall Road/ Litcham Road, C221 Mileham Road and vice versa (Litcham/ Mileham/ Tittleshall).
In the event of the start date being delayed the new start date will be displayed on site in advance.
The person dealing with enquiries at Norfolk County Council is Adam Mayo(Community and Environmental Services) Telephone 0344 800 8020.

 

WE NEED YOUR HELP

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As you may have noticed we have a problem with dog fouling in the area again and we need your help to catch whoever is responsible.
If you witness anyone failing to clean up after their dog please report them on:
Call or Text  01362 858500
Dog fouling is not only socially unacceptable; it is also a criminal offence. We are working hard to catch everyone who continues to break the law.
Although we will be utilising covert surveillance and patrols in the area over the next few months, we would also love your help as a local resident. We are trying to get as many people as possible to join our fight against dog fouling.
Together we will get these irresponsible people to clean up their act!

On another note, if you have a dog it may be worth mentioning that bagged dog waste can be disposed of at home. Simply place bagged dog waste in your wheelie bin. Please don’t take it to the small roadside dog bins. These bins are to help you when out walking.

If you have any questions or need help please feel free to call us on 01362 858500

LITCHAM COMMON CONSERVATION GROUP

The next conservation task will take place on Saturday 16th February which is a change from our usual second Saturday of the monthAll are welcome to join us as we carry out work to promote wildlife on the common and conserve its special heathland habitat. We will meet at 10am in the common car park.
Please contact Tim Angell on 01328 700045 for more information.

Road Closure

B1145 Gayton/ Kings Lynn Road
The B1145 will be closed to traffic for 17 days commencing on the 9th January between the junction with the A1065 (Swaffham/Fakenham Road) westward to the junction with the Roughham road (approximately 2 miles) .
The closure will not operate at weekends.
A diversion route will be signposted.
If you need answers to any queries please contact county councillor mark kiddle-morris on 01328 701370, 07917 132430 or mark.kiddle-morris@norfolk.gov.uk

 

Litcham Drop In

The ‘Drop In’ is held at the Jubilee Hall on Tuesdays in term time.
We are changing our opening times to 10am – 12 noon
The Drop In is for everyone, from all our villages.
Caring for someone with dementia?
Lonely or feeling isolated?
At home with young children?
New to the area?
Looking for information about debt?
Like to knit?
Just would like coffee, cake and a chat.
£1 includes coffee, refills and cake.
Come  and join us, we are a friendly bunch
Heather 700071, ring if you would like to know more.