Ashmanhaugh Parish Council

A Parish Council is elected every 4 years and the last full election was held in May 2015.  Ashmanhaugh Parish Council is made up of 7  Councillors who, to comply with current legislation, have to be over 18 years of age and either live, work or own property in Ashmanhaugh or within 3 miles of the village.  The next election will be in May 2019.

The councillors are: Steven Bland, Andrew Buxton, Harry Buxton, Noel Coleman, Chris Phillipo, John Pond and Gary Saunders.  Councillors can be contacted directly or via the Clerk.

Ashmanhaugh is a small village in North Norfolk, situated 2 miles from Wroxham and very close to the popular visitor attraction, Wroxham Barns.  In the village is a Norman Church, which, it is thought, has the smallest round tower in Norfolk. The old village school, which is now called The Preston Room, is the village hall. Look at the Events on this website to find out when Parish Council meetings are taking place as well as the dates and times of all the other functions.
This website is the only place you can see all the events taking place in the village.

 

 

 

APC draft minutes 4th September

Ashmanhaugh PC Minutes 4th September 2018 draft

North Norfolk Big Society Fund – Cut-Off date for Applications

The Big Society Fund is provided by North Norfolk District Council to help build strong communities in the district. It aims to help communities to develop new and innovative projects which will improve their social and
economic wellbeing.

The Fund is available for projects that support people and activities within the North Norfolk District geographical area for example:

·       Local voluntary organisations, charities (whether registered or not) and community groups

·       Parish and Town Councils within North Norfolk

·       Larger regional or national charities or organisations if the funding is to deliver a specific project in North Norfolk

·       Community businesses, social enterprises and other not-for profit organisations

A couple of things to do before you complete an application are

·       Read through the Big Society Fund Prospectus to ensure that your organisation is eligible to apply to the Fund, and that what you would like the funding to be used for meets the criteria for the Fund
and

·       Contact Sonia Shuter on 01263 516173 to discuss your potential application.

Once it has been confirmed your application meets both the eligibility and the criteria of the Big Society Fund,
1.     Download from the Big Society Fund webpage (https://www.north-norfolk.gov.uk/bigsocietyfunddetails ) the North Norfolk Big Society Application Form and complete using the guidance notes to help you.
* Note – Section Six – Declaration must have an original signature.

2.     Download from the Big Society Fund webpage (https://www.north-norfolk.gov.uk/bigsocietyfunddetails ) the North Norfolk Big Society Independent Referee form and ask someone who is familiar with and has knowledge of the project to complete it.
* Note – an original signature is also required on this form.

3.     Lastly, download from the Big Society Fund webpage (https://www.north-norfolk.gov.uk/bigsocietyfunddetails ) the North Norfolk Big Society Supporting Documentation Checklist.
* Note – all quotes must be on company headed paper, no email quotes will be accepted.

The fund is open to applications throughout the year, although to ensure your application is eligible to go through for consideration to the 3rd December Grant Panel, only applications received by  5th November which are fully completed, signed, and accompanied by all the requested supporting documentation will be accepted

A hard copy of the application pack is available by contacting supporting.communities@north-norfolk.gov.uk<mailto:supporting.communities@north-norfolk.gov.uk> / 01263 516248 or 516173.

North Norfolk Community Transport Grants – Cut-Off date for Applications

The North Norfolk Community Transport fund is open to applications throughout the year, although to ensure your application is eligible to go through for consideration in November, applications must be received by Friday, 26th October which are fully completed, signed, and accompanied by all the requested supporting documentation will be accepted.

Prior to completing an application please ring Sonia Shuter on 01263 516173 to discuss the potential application.

An application pack containing an application form, independent referee form and a list of supporting documentation required can be downloaded from the North Norfolk District Council Website at https://www.north-norfolk.gov.uk/tasks/community-grants-and-funding/community-transport-fund-details/

A hard copy of the application pack is available by contacting supporting.communities@north-norfolk.gov.uk<mailto:supporting.communities@north-norfolk.gov.uk> / 01263 516248 or 516173.

North Norfolk Arts & Culture Grants – Cut-Off date for Applications

The North Norfolk Arts & Culture fund is open to applications throughout the year, although to ensure your application is eligible to go through for consideration in November, applications must be received by Friday, 26th October which are fully completed, signed, and accompanied by all the requested supporting documentation will be accepted.

Prior to completing an application please ring Sonia Shuter on 01263 516173 to discuss the potential application.

An application pack containing an application form, independent referee form and a list of supporting documentation required can be downloaded from the North Norfolk District Council Website at https://www.north-norfolk.gov.uk/tasks/community-grants-and-funding/arts-and-culture-fund-details/

A hard copy of the application pack is available by contacting supporting.communities@north-norfolk.gov.uk<mailto:supporting.communities@north-norfolk.gov.uk> / 01263 516248 or 516173.

Revised Standing Orders 2018

APC standing orders 2018