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Lovely new signs and pink arrows at Boat dyke Lane

Acle is a large village, half-way between Norwich and Great Yarmouth, close to the Norfolk Broads.  Whether you live or work in Acle, or are planning to visit, you will find lots of useful information on this site.

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Survey on Police Budget

The Commissioner, who will take his budget proposals to the Norfolk Police and Crime Panel on 2 February, is inviting people to share their views on whether or not they would support a rise in the policing element of the council tax they pay. You can take part via an online survey: http://www.norfolk-pcc.gov.uk/budget-consultation

New parish councillor

Anna Wade was co-opted on to the parish council at the meeting on Monday. The councillors welcome Anna to the council and look forward to working with her.

Youth club

Don't forget Acle Youth Club: Every Tuesday 6:45 – 9.00pm for ages 11-13. Ages 14+ can stay until 9.45 if they wish in the Bure Room, at Acle Recreation Centre 50p per session Come along and give it a go!

Closure of New Road

New Road in Acle will be closed near to the BP garage at the A47 roundabout from 14th November to 6th January for new drainage works. Access to homes and businesses will be permitted. No parking will be permitted on New Road during this time. There will also be no parking permitted at the narrowest part of The Street by Acle Coffee Shop/Scooters, opposite the Co-Op, during this time as this road will be used for the diversion, including buses. The closures of the A1064 will have finished before the work on New Road starts.



Janice and Pat helping out at the

 1940s Tea party June 29th 2014

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History >

In this section, there is information about the history of Acle.

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Acle is well placed for days out. It is on the River Bure and at the junction of the A47 to Norwich and Great Yarmouth, the A1064 to the Broads such as Potter Heigham, Hickling and Wroxham and the smaller road to Upton, South Walsham, Ranworth and on to Norwich.

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