• Elections Update – Nominations

    The nomination period for local council elections has now closed.

    There are SIX nominees for the Parish Council, which means there will be no ballot.  The Council has TWELVE seats and would be interested to here from anyone who feels that they would like to join.  For those elected to the Council, see here – Parish nominees

    The District Council nominees are also now confirmed.  The ballot will take place on May 5th.  See those nominated here – District nominees


  • NOTICE OF ELECTION – Councillors needed

    In May there will be elections for Parish Councillors and District Councillors.   There are twelve seats on the Parish Council and two seats on the District Council.  Nominations are welcome for these.

    Please see the attached notices.

    Hoveton Election

  • Cost of Living Support

    North Norfolk District Council has produced a very useful reference guide which covers various aspects of the current Cost of Living Crisis.
    Please have a read.
    Cost of Living Support NCC

    Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service will be at Hoveton Village Hall hosting a drop-in on Monday November 21st from 12:15 until 13:30.
    This summer’s field fires caused concern and this event is being held to promote discussions about these incidents and to allow residents access to general fire safety advice.
    The Service welcomes all local residents to come along and find out more. They look forward to seeing you.
  • Queen Elizabeth II 1926 – 2022

    Hoveton Parish Council is deeply saddened to hear of the passing of our most dearly beloved monarch, Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. For all of our lives, Queen Elizabeth has led our country with devotion and dignity, and has earned our heartfelt respect and affection. She has given us her all, and for that we are tremendously grateful. Her close and personal connection to Norfolk has been a source of great pride, and we are honoured that our County has been graced so frequently with her presence. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family, who we hope can take some small comfort in knowing her passing will leave an irremediable void in her loyal subjects’ lives.

    Chairman of Hoveton Parish Council – Cllr Russell Reeve


    A Book of Condolence has been opened at Hoveton Church.  There are Pages of Condolence to sign which will be sent from the Diocese after being bound into a book, so that our messages may go to the King.  If anyone wishes to lay a floral tribute, you may also place these at the church.


    A Book of Condolence is also being held by North Norfolk District Council and residents can email their message directly to [email protected]

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