Colby & Banningham
Colby & Banningham are two villages in the heart of North Norfolk which were combined into one civil parish in the 1930's. Both villages saw some infill development in the mid-1970's, and apart from a few individual houses, not much development has taken place since then.
Colby & Banningham PC
The Parish Council currently has 6 of the 7 seats filled. All Councillors live in the parish and have a wealth of local knowledge. Parish Councils are the third tier of local government, the other two being Norfolk County Council and North Norfolk District Council.
News and Information
14 February 2020
First planting day tomorrow! Come along and plant your tree on the playing field between 11:00 and 13:00. You'll need your wellies or other waterproof footwear and warm clothes - and a drink to keep you going. Plus of course some tools! The trees will be small whips, so you won't have to dig a hole. If you can't come along tomorrow, the next planting day is Saturday 22 February, same timings.
14 February 2020
The village hall will be the main topic for the Annual Parish Meeting on Wednesday 18 March - please save the date and come along at 7pm, this is YOUR meeting and your views are important. Look out for information through your door mid-February. The Parish Council wants to use as many ways as possible to communicate with you - one suggestion is a fully GDPR complaint database of email addresses; if you would like to sign up please email the Clerk. Meantime, the Agenda for the next parish council meeting on 19 February, together with meeting papers and the January draft minutes are on the Minutes
and Agenda page.
What We Do
The Parish Council is responsible for:
the village green
the playing field
the 3 noticeboards
commenting on planning applications
the Jubilee Hall (in conjunction with the Management Committee)
the 2 village signs
grants towards churchyards upkeep