Welcome to Tivetshall
Welcome to the small rural parish of Tivetshall. The parish is made up of two Communities; Tivetshall St Margaret and Tivetshall St Mary, which have approximately 240 households and 568 residents.The villages are located in the district of South Norfolk, 7 miles from the Suffolk borderand are situated south west of Norwich, located next to the A140 and B1134.
The parishes border Great Moulton to the north, Dickleburgh and Shimpling to the south, Gissing to the west and Pulham Market to the east.
Within the parishes we have a village post office, a modern village hall and a primary school along with two popular public houses, The Old Ram in Tivetshall St Mary and The Railway Tavern in Tivetshall St Margaret.
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The council currently has four vacancies and is in serious need of more councillors. Please contact the Parish Clerk if you are interested in representing your local community by email: Parish.Clerk@Tivetshall.org.uk
or telephone 07899 861887
Your Parish Council is made up of seven seats, and is in the Dickleburgh Ward of South Norfolk Council. Councillors represent residents of both St Mary and St Margaret.
In the interests of openness and ‘transparency’, all parish councillors are obliged to declare any interests they may have that could affect, or be seen to affect, their independence and objectivity. A register of these interests is maintained by the District Council (South Norfolk) and can be seen on their website
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Help us to help you
Please help us to report Highway issues within our Villages.
E.G. Potholes, Street Furniture broken, Verge cutting, Foot paths
Smoke and Bonfires
There are no laws for when a resident can have a bonfire, however commercial bonfires are more strictly controlled. Whether domestic or commercial they must not create a nuisance for people in the local area.
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If you cause a smoke nuisance SNDC can take enforcement action against you. This could lead to a fine of up to £5,000 and a criminal record if convicted.