Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel – or SNAP – meetings allow members of the public to address their safety concerns with police representatives and set out crime prevention plans for their neighbourhoods.
The first of the scheduled meetings will take place at All Saints Hall in Scratby at 7pm on Tuesday, March 7. This will be a combined meeting of the Rural Flegg Villages and Caister and Coastal Villages SNAP groups.
On Wednesday, March 15, at St Peter’s Church in Gorleston, the next Gorleston SNAP meeting will take place, also starting at 6pm.
Then, the following day, Thursday, March 16, the North Yarmouth SNAP meeting will take place at St Paul’s Church on Salisbury Road in Great Yarmouth.
All members of the public are welcome to attend next month’s SNAP meetings.
Applications received from GYBCo for comment:
06/17/0779/CU—70 Damgate lane, Sunnyside, NR29 4PZ.
Change of use from agricultural land to additional garden space.
Decisions taken by Great Yarmouth Borough Council;
06/17/0700/F—Flegg High School, Somerton Road, Martham. Retention of existing 5 bay classroom block for a further 10 years. PERMITTED.
The Parish Council in association with the Scarecrow Festival and St Mary’s Church has placed a new bench in St Mary’s graveyard. The bench commemorates all those who died during the World Wars and is a fitting memorial to their sacrifice.
The bench was paid for by the Scarecrow Committee and the permissions from the Church Authorities was obtained by St Mary’s Church. The ordering and placing was undertaken by members of the Parish Council.
The bench will be dedicated this Sunday after the Remembrance Service.
06/17/0592/CU – 1a Fairfields Business Workshop, Hemsby Road, Martham, NR29 4QG. Change of use from residential dwelling to dog grooming salon.