• 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]

  • Annual Parish Meeting

    The Annual Parish Meeting will be at 18:45 on Monday 25th April 2022.   This is not a Parish Council Meeting, but a chance for the Parish to meet and discuss any pressing issues.
    The agenda is here – https://hovetonparishcouncil.norfolkparishes.gov.uk/files/2022/04/Annual-Parish-Agenda-25th-April-2022.pdf

    All are welcome.

  • NNDC Local Plan – Extension to March 7th 2022

    If you’re planning to respond to the consultation about the draft of the NNDC Local Plan, you should do it soon.  We’ve now had the following which gives more detail about how to respond.  At its meeting on Wednesday, the Parish Council agreed to respond, and to challenge the plan for Hoveton.


    Dear Consultee,


    Proposed Submission Version Local Plan – Consultation Extension


    We are writing to inform you that the advertised deadline for responding to this consultation has been extended to midnight on Monday 7 March, 2022. If you have not yet had the opportunity to review the document and wish to comment on its soundness and/or legal compliance, please visit www.north-norfolk.gov.uk/localplanconsultation for further details.


    How to respond

    Responses should be submitted through the Consultation Portal using the standard response form provided to clearly explain each issue you wish to raise and how the Local Plan could be modified to address that issue. The response form is based on Planning Inspectorate guidance and sets out specific questions that will be addressed by the independent inspector who will be appointed to consider if the Plan is sound and legally compliant. For this reason it is important that the format is followed and the questions answered as fully as possible. Please note that a separate response should be made for each issue that you may wish to make a representation on.


    Guidance Notes have been prepared to support this consultation. We strongly advise that these are read prior to making representations.


    For further information or assistance please contact the Planning Policy Team:



    Thank you for taking the time to read the Proposed Submission Version Local Plan and/or to submit representations.



  • Flu and Covid-19 booster vaccines.

    This note has been issued by Hoveton and Wroxham surgery.  Please refer questions directly to them.

    Flu and Covid Vaccination
  • Hoveton and Wroxham Surgery

    An open letter has been published by Hoveton and Wroxham Surgery.  It’s worth a read.


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