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The Parish Council is responsible for:

  • Representing Our Community

  • Enhancing Well Being

  • Allotment Management

  • Planning Input

  • Looking after Village Assets (Playing Field, Village Green, Play Equipment etc)

  • Maintaining Paths

  • Adding Value to our Village

Welcome to Trunch Parish Council

The Parish Council currently has 7 Parish Councillors who are elected or co-opted to the Council. Elections take place every four years. The Parish Council meets on the second Tuesday of every month 7pm at the Village Hall.

The public are always welcome to attend our meetings, and at every meeting we allocate 30 minutes dedicated to Public Participation. Please do come along and find out what is going on and help shape the future of Trunch.

Vacancy Parish Councillor

We currently have a vacancy for a parish councillor to join our Parish Council.

Are you passionate about where you live and how you want to shape the future for Trunch? Are you interested in local issues? Parish Councils make decisions about where you live and you could help. You don't need any qualifications and training will be provided. If you are interested please contact the Parish Clerk Tracy Neave either by email clerk@trunchparishcouncil.co.uk or telephone 07482909854

Please see notice of vacancy from North Norfolk District Council relating to this vacancy: click on link to access 

Trunch is a village and parish in North Norfolk. This is situated three miles north of North Walsham and two miles from the coast at Mundesley. 

The parish covers 5.5 square kilometres. Our picturesque village centre has the fine medieval church of St. Botolph and a number of typical old Norfolk Flintstone Houses within a designated conservation area. The recorded history of the village goes back to the time of the Domesday Book.

Latest News

  • Please see link for list of nominated persons in respect of the General Election to be held on 4th July 2024

  • If you fancy a trip out please see click here  for the Community Transport trips available this summer.

  • he next Parish Council Meeting is on 11th June 2024 at the Village Hall at 7pm, all are welcome to attend see agenda

  • We are delighted to have received so many responses to our recent playing field survey in association with Trunch Village Society. We will be reviewing the survey and will let you know of any outcomes. Please see the survey here.

  • Thank you to everyone who attended our Annual Parish Meeting on 6th May2024, we have included our presentation here for you to have a look at. Please click on the link Annual Parish Meeting

  • NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL proposes to make a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order (NTRO7945) affecting the Southrepps Road from 402m west of its junction with Chapel Street for 100m westwards in the PARISH OF GIMINGHAM to facilitate pole testing works.

  • The road will be temporarily closed (except for access) between 10:30 and 16:30 on the 21st May 2024 for the duration of the works expected to be about 6 hours within the period.

  • Alternative route is via: Southrepps Road, Mundesley Road, Trunch Road, High Street, Back Street, Station Road, Cromer Road, Church Street, Main Road, Overstrand Road, Cromwell Road, A149 Norwich Road/ Crossdale Street/ North Walsham Road/ The Green, Antingham Road, Lower Street, Pit Street, Gimingham Road, Back Southrepps Road (Overstrand, Thorpe Market, Cromer, Trimingham, Gimingham, Southrepps, Northrepps, Trunch, Mundesley, Antingham, Sidestrand). If necessary, the restriction could run for a maximum period of 18 months from the date of the Order. Penalty: £1000 maximum fine on conviction and/or endorsement for contravention.      

  • Fancy a trip out? Have a look at the available trips organised by the North Norfolk Community Transport team, click here for information.

  • We recently met with NCC Highways to review potholes and flooding issues in the village, please email me for any issues you are aware of that still may be unresolved. 

  • The County Council have some useful numbers to call if you re in hardship check out:

    • Citizens Advice 0800144 8848

    • Hardship Service 0344 800 8020​

    • Emergency Food 01722 580180

  • ​Also feel free to contact The PC as we can try to find the right help for you if we can.  We will attend all Coffee Mornings at the village hall so come and have a chat.

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