Village sign Final for printing

Norton, Suffolk is a delightful village 10 miles East of Bury St Edmunds and includes the hamlet of Norton Little Green, which is about a mile East of the main village.  Norton boasts three churches, a pub, a shop, a garage and a service station. There are some great local walks. The PC newsletter is The Norton Messenger. Contact The Administrator for comments or additions to the website and scroll down this page for the upcoming events.  A Local Knowledge page provides additional information for villagers.

Safety on our roads

Following an article on road safety in the August edition of The Norton Messenger there was a lively discussion via the Norton Village Facebook page, illustrating that this issue resonates with a significant proportion of the community.

It was agreed to raise ‘road safety’ with the Parish Council (PC) at the next meeting (Monday 7th September). Prior to the meeting the resident’s of Norton have been asked for their views – which will compiled in a report prior to the meeting and forwarded to the PC.

Your views really matter so please email cockburnevans@gmail.com or leave your comments on the Norton Village Facebook page.

You will be able to view the report here from 24th August.

Working together we can make a difference!A5 Leaflet v2


Website Update

We will be updating the website over the next couple of months…it’s done on a voluntary basis so we have to ‘pace’ ouselves!

If you have any suggestions that you would like considered, or indeed any comments on the updates as they take place – then please let us know via the webster email address.


Burglaries in the local area

It was recently reported in the local press that there had been five burglaries in West Suffolk, with two of these in Norton.  To see the original article in the Bury Free Press please click HERE.

The webmaster has been contacted by the crime reduction officer for Babergh and Mid Suffolk Districts for Suffolk Police, Verity Howell, who has provided some information regarding keeping your home safe in her most recent newsletter which can be found HERE.

As more newsletters are received from Verity they will be uploaded to a dedicated page on this site for all villagers to read.

Should you wish to report any crime or wish to speak to a member of the safer neighbourhood team, their information can be found HERE.