Did you Know?
A mobile library stops at two places in Tittleshall every month.
This is a Norfolk County Council service available to all residents and it is free!
You have the opportunity to borrow books for adults and children, DVDs, audio books and also reserve books online and pick them up from the bus when it comes.
The bus stops first in Peakhall Road and then Blenheim Crescent.
If you are not a member of the library, you can join when you first visit the bus and only need some identification. It is a quick and easy way to get hold of reading material – especially if you are not able to get into town.
When? Dates for the next 5 months: 5th June, 19th June, 17th July, 14th August, 11th September.
What time? 10 minutes from 13:45 at Peakhall Road and 15 minutes from 14:00 at Blenheim Crescent.


You are invited to the Annual Parish Meeting for Tittleshall cum Godwick to be held in the Village Hall at 7.30 p.m. on Monday 24th April 2017

All whose names are on the Electoral Register have a statutory right to speak and vote at the meeting. The electors may give others who attend the opportunity to give information where required. The meeting is open to anyone.

AGENDA (download printable PDF)
1.  Apologies for absence.
2. Minutes from the meeting held on 25 April 2016 to be confirmed.
3. Chairman’s remarks.
4. Reports from Village Organisations.
     4.1     Poor’s Land Trust.
     4.2     Millennium Green Trust.     
     4.3     Tittleshall Village Hall Management Committee.
     4.4     St. Mary’s Parochial Church Council.
     4.5     Tittleshall Bowls Club.
     4.6     Tittleshall Coffee Morning.
     4.7     Tittleshall Methodist Chapel.
     4.8     Tittleshall Branch Royal British Legion.
     4.9     Village Allotments.
     4.10   Tittleshall Ladies Male Voice Choir.
     4.11   Photographic Society.
     4.12   U-Blog Times.
     4.13   Website.
     4.14   Emergency Plan.
     4.15   Creative Writing.
     4.16   Tittleshall Arts.
     4.17   Sunflower Saturday.
     4.18   Footpaths.
6.  Report from the County Councillor
7.  Report from the District Councillor.
8.  Open Forum.                     
     8.1     Tidy-up in the Village.
     8.2     Maintenance Work party at the Millennium Green.
     8.3     Improvements at the Millennium Green.


Sue Lane, Chairman Tittleshall Parish Council 13th April 2017

Ublog Times
Unfortunately, due to rising costs, there will be no further editions of our village magazine. A big thank you to Wendy Seale for producing it over the past few years.

April 100 Club Winners
      1st Prize         P.Harrison
      2nd Prize        A. Dunkley
      3rd Prize         B. Clarke

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Notes from the Chairman – MARCH 2017

If there are any issues you need to raise concerning the village, please do not hesitate to contact one of the councillors. You can find all contact details on Tittleshall’s website.
FOOTPATHS If you note any new problems on the footpaths, please contact either Pat Janning or myself so that we can report them to Norfolk County Council for action.
HIGHWAYS The flooding at the junction of Mileham Road and Fakenham Road has been resolved.  Potholes around the village and the standing water around Blenheim Crescent have been reported to Highways. We are hoping to have some news in the near future about repairs to the trod on Fakenham Road.
VILLAGE SPORTS A reminder that there is sports equipment available to use free of charge.  Two of us currently have a key to the shed on the side of the village hall where it’s stored, so please give me a call if you’d like access to it. 
EMERGENCY PLAN Lynn Kilbey is very keen to meet  those of you who are nominated helpers should there be an emergency in the village. She’ll be at the Annual Parish Meeting on 24th September.
MAPS AND SIGNS I’m pleased to report that the Millennium Green sign has been repaired and a village map that has been hiding in somebody’s garage (don’t know who that can possibly be) can now be found beside it.
UBLOG TIMES Unfortunately, due to rising costs, there will be no further editions of our village magazine. The council would like to thank Wendy Seale for her hard work producing it over the past few years.
VILLAGE WEBSITE You’ll have noticed that the front page of the website is much more user-friendly. If you have anything else you want to share with the community, please contact Julia Bloomfield - you’ll find her email address at the bottom of the front page. POO PLEASE Pick up your dog’s poo!
All parish council meetings are held in public at Tittleshall Village Hall. Part of each meeting is set aside for parishioners to raise any concerns.
Our next meeting will be on Monday 2nd May at 7.30pm

Sue Lane, Chairman
or call: (01328) 700952