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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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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

Speed restrictions on A1064 by The Hermitage/Embrujo, Acle

The A1064 Old Road from its junction with C547 Old Road for a distance of 265m north-eastwards in the PARISH OF ACLE will be temporarily subject to a 10mph speed restriction from 12th September 2016 to 28th October 2016 because of convoy working during drainage works for Norfolk County Council. The speed restriction will apply for the duration of the works, expected to be about 47 days within the period.

Springfield houses

Savannah Estates will be marketing the market houses on the new Springfield site. You can contact them via email acle@savannah-estates.co.uk or phone 01493 754943

NCC works

Norfolk County Council has sent an update on plans for various works in the village: The Drainage works in Old Road are expected to be 8 weeks from 5th September. The Surfacing of Old Road and creation of pedestrian island expected to be 1 week from 31st October. The Drainage works in New Road expected to be 7 weeks from 7th November.



Janice and Pat helping out at the

 1940s Tea party June 29th 2014

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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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