Road Closure

Notice has been received from NCC that owing to a burst water main Mill Lane from the junction with Shop Lane to its junction with High Street will be closed from 16th – 21st December.  Works expected to last 6 days.

Alternative route via Mill Lane, High Street, Anchor Street and Shop Lane (Tunstead/Sloley) will be in place.

Any queries, NCC contact is Martin Dixon in Community & Environmental Services, on 0344 800 8020.

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TVH – Update No.1

Village Hall Update #1

By now you would have read in the December’s edition of “Smalltalk” the article giving an update of the Village Hall Project. I thought you might like to read about the project in more detail. If so please read on…

The article and images can be seen in the village portacabin. These were posted after the public presentation that was given to the Village Hall Committee and then later to the Parish Council.

Firstly, in this blog is a reproduction of the Smalltalk article. This is followed by a link to the full narrative on the village hall project.

village hall update 1


If you wish to read the full article, please click on the link provided, below.

Link to full article


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Carol Service – Friday 14th December

St Mary’s Church, Tunstead is having its Carol Service Friday 14th December 2018 at 6:30pm

The service is to be taken by the Reverend Liz Jump, the Rector of Wroxham. There will be carols and readings. The collection will be in aid of the Children’s Hospice, Quidenham and the Children’s Society.

After the service there will be wine and seasonal refreshments.

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Tunstead bells to ring out

On Sunday 11th November, the Bells of St. Mary’s Church, Tunstead, will be rung by a group of local bell ringers. The group will be led by Aubrey Forster, who restored the bells in the 1990s.

The church bells are only rung in “full circle”; that is all of them rung, on special occasions.

Tunstead War Memorial, circa 1920

Tunstead War Memorial, circa 1920

Sunday, being the commemoration of 100 years since the cessation of hostilities of the First World War (The Great War), was chosen as a mark of respect for all those who died during the conflict. The bells will be rung around 3:00pm.



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