Carbrooke Parish Council
The Parish Council is made up of nine members who represent the community on various matters. We are effectively the third tier of local government, the other two being Norfolk County Council and Breckland District Council.
Welcome to Carbrooke
Carbrooke is a Norfolk village with an electorate of 1,636. We are a thriving community with a Village Hall, a village green (with playing field and children's play area), a play area (with five a side goals), a pub, church, garage and a variety of shops.
News and Information
Meeting and Vacancy
We currently have a vacancy on the Council. If you would like to apply or require more information, please contact the Parish Clerk.
The next Parish Council meeting will be held as an online meeting on 14 July. Please email the clerk in advance of the meeting if you would like to join the meeting as a member of the public (no later than 5pm on 10 July).
The Parish Council would like to install new Outdoor Fitness equipment at Blenheim Grange and the Millennium Green. We would appreciate your help regarding this idea. If you can spare a few moments to complete there is a short survey at surveymonkey.co.uk/r/RNXH3CS. We would be grateful for your support.
Blenheim Grange Play Area
We are pleased to announce that in accordance with Government guidelines, the play area will open again on July 4. Please note that we are unable to regularly sanitise the equipment and the equipment has not been sterilised. We have erected signage advising all users to maintain social distance in accordance with Government guidelines and wash or sanitise their hands before and after using the equipment.
What We Do
The Parish Council is responsible for:
Maintenance and management of the Open Spaces at Blenheim Grange
The play area at Blenheim Grange
The Community Cabin
The Village Hall car park.
The bus shelter on Broadmoor Road
The defibrillators at the Aerolite Garage and the phone box on Church Street
The community notice boards
We comment on all planning applications and liaise with both Breckland Council and Norfolk County Council on a wide range of matters