Welcome

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.

WANTED: A new Editor for the Messenger.

The current Editor has moved away from the village and therefore we are in need of a new volunteer.  The newsletter is paying for itself with some profit (all funds are managed by the PC) and there is an advertising manager Fran Bolus. The website is managed by Diana Dupree. Please step forward and help the existing team if you would like it to continue in its current form.

NORFEST 2015

Date for your diaries – NORFEST returns on Saturday 20th June 2015.  This years Norfest promises to deliver even more…. with Live music, Food, Drink, Stalls, Arena, Historical Archive, Displays and much, much more, there will be something for all the family to enjoy!

To keep up with updates on this, please join the event on Facebook.

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.

Local Knowledge

As suggested by the PC a new ‘Local Knowledge‘ page has been added to the website to allow villagers to share any snippets of information they feel would be of use to everyone – this currently includes a list of those take-away food outlets offering delivery.  If you have anything you would like to see on this page, or think any information is out of date, please email the webmaster.