Fransham - The heart of Norfolk

Frasham Parish Council

Welcome to the Fransham Parish Council website designed to keep you as informed and involved as possible about the past, present, and future activities of the Parish Council which works on behalf of the people of the Fransham villages.

Full meetings are held every two months and Planning Meetings are held as and when necessary. Any parishioner is welcome to come along and hear discussions about current issues. A public session is held prior to the commencement of each meeting.

Parish Councils are the cheapest and least bureaucratic kind of local authority, and in Fransham all the Councillors are independent of any political party. The seven Councillors are elected for four years and bye-elections may be held to fill vacancies occurring between elections.

2019 Parish Meetings

The remaining Parish Council Meetings for 2019 will be held on:

  • Tuesday 16th July
  • Tuesday 17th September
  • Tuesday 19th November

Our Parish Clerk

Sheryl Irving, our Parish Clerk, can be contacted as follows:

Privacy Notice

Keeping your data safe and increasing transparency are important to us.

Our Fransham Parish Council Privacy Notice explains how we use your personal information and how you can exercise your privacy rights.

Norfolk Constabulary Hermitage & Launditch Newsletter

The Norfolk Constabulary Hermitage & Launditch Newsletter current edition is here. The newsletter also includes the April Crime Update 2019.

The Dereham Safer Neighbourhood Team Priorities for May to July 2019 are here and contact information for the Team is here.

Both the contact information and priorities can be printed out for display.