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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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Reedham Road underpass

Norfolk County Council has closed the underpass due to flooding

Damgate Woods work

from Friday 9th September for approximately 1 week access through Damgate Wood will be restricted. The path will be closed between the bridge at the end of the woods and the Weavers Way whilst machinery is in operation and new bridges are created as part of the new path construction. For your own safety please do not attempt to climb over the barriers.

Help Acle Lands Trust

YOUR HELP IS NEEDED!! Dear Residents of Acle Village. Acle Lands Trust have been successfully short listed for a community cash award as part of the Skipton Building Society's Grassroots Giving initiative. In order for the Trust to secure any funding at all, which if successful will be used on community wildlife and land conservation projects around the village, we need to secure some votes. It is very easy to do this, please visit Skipton website by simply double clicking on this link: http://www.skiptongrg.co.uk/ once in there, please simply follow these steps, it takes only a few seconds: Grassroots Giving - Skipton Building Society www.skiptongrg.co.uk To celebrate Skipton Building Society's 160th birthday in 2013, we launched community funding programme, Grassroots Giving - and this year we're giving away more donations of £500 to clubs, groups and organisations like yours. - click on "voting is now open box" - click on east of England section of map. - click on "Acle Lands Trust" - put in your email address and press "vote now" Your anticipated support is greatly appreciated. Thanks - The Trustees - Acle Lands Trust

Compulsory Purchase Order for cemetery land

I have received correspondence from the Department for Communities and Local Government, enclosing copies of a letter of support from MP Keith Simpson and letters of objection from two Acle residents. You may like to write to the Government supporting or objecting to the Parish Council's request for a Compulsory Purchase Order to acquire land north of the current cemetery in Pyebush Lane I have of course told the Secretary of State of the many letters of support, petitions and facebook messages which we received, but it may be a good idea for you to write again, should you wish to do so... If you want to write, you could email john.blakeway@communities.gsi.gov.uk, Or Address it to: The Rt Hon Sajid Javid Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government 5 St Philips Place Colmore Row BIRMINGHAM B3 2PW Then start your letter or email: Dear Sir, Ref: NPCU/CPO/K2610/76471 Compulsory Purchase order for land at Pyebush Lane, Acle

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Janice and Pat helping out at the

 1940s Tea party June 29th 2014

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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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