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.

NEW – 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  If you have anything you would like to see on this page, or think any information is out of date, please email the webmaster.

Twinning Association AGM

NORTON TWINNING ASSOCIATION – AGM NOTICE

WHEN: Tuesday October 21st 2014

TIME: 8.00pm

WHERE: Committee Room, Norton Village Hall

BUSINESS: We need to elect a chairman, treasurer and secretary, plus three committee members.  The current committee are all standing down, so you will need to get busy with the attached nomination forms.  Please make sure that anybody you nominate is prepared to do the job.

Agenda and an AGM Nomination Form are attached [available on request from the association]. You can e-mail or send your nominations back to me, preferably 7 days before the meeting.

The agenda also includes a proposal to change the name of the Association and we have to set next year’s membership fees.

This is your Association so please try to attend the AGM.
Your input will be valued.

The Meeting will be followed by wine & cheese with a Draw for a bottle of wine and you will be able to mingle with other Members and have a pleasant evening.

Thank you.

Keith Jaggard
Secretary

WW1 Memorial Exhibition

If you missed the exhibition, it has been filmed and available to view on You Tube.  Either search ‘Norton Memorial Exhibition’ or click here.