Voluntary and Community Groups
- Governance session
What are the roles and responsibilities of trustees?
What are the particular roles of the Chair, Treasurer and Secretary?
- Tuesday 27th January from 10am to 1pm in Martham
- Tuesday 17th March from 10am to 1pm in Gorleston
- Writing funding applications
How to write a good application that will increase your chances of success.
Tuesday 24th February from 10am – 1pm in Caister
Please book your free place with Charlotte Stannard, Norfolk RCC:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a casual vacancy exists in the office of Parish Councillor for the Parish of Martham.
An election to fill the said vacancy will be held within sixty days (computed in accordance with the provisions of the Local Government Act, 1972) of the date of this Notice, if by the 23 December 2014 a request for such an election is made in writing to the Returning Officer by TEN electors for the said Parish. In the event of no such request being received within the requisite period, the Council of the Parish of Martham will fill the vacancy on that Council by co-option.
Notices and requests by electors in connection with this vacancy should be delivered to Gordon Mitchell, Returning Officer, Town Hall, Great Yarmouth, NR30 2QF.
Ms Sarah Hunt
Clerk to the Martham Parish Council
Dated this 3rd day of December, 2014
Published by the Returning Officer
Printed by Great Yarmouth Borough Council, Town Hall, Great Yarmouth, NR30 2QF.
The Parish Council has a vacancy due to the resignation of Mr Mike Murrant. It will be advertised in due course.
Centre 81 Community Transport Service:
There are only a few people in Martham who are currently using their service, and Centre 81 have asked us to spread the word.
This service can be used by individuals, or clubs and groups, and offers a door to door service. Bookings need to be made the day before, and they operate from 8.30am to 5.30pm.
The Post Office are consulting on the proposed change of location from the current shop into the Co-Operative Shop on the Village Green.
The Post Office will change to a ‘local style branch:
Post Office services will be offered from a till on the retail counter.
It will be open 7am to 9pm.
The majority of services will still be available.
There is a six week public consultation – The Post Office is seeking feedback on items such as:
How suitable is the proposed new premises and how accessible.
Do you have any concerns about the proposal.
Do you have any suggestions.
Are there any community issues this will affect.
The consultation starts on 28th october, closes on 9th December and the change of location is anticipated for February/March 2015.
Changes to services are:
Only Express 24 and 48 parcels will be available.
No parcelforce worldwide international parcel service available.
No Transcash without barcode available.
No NS & I Premium Savings Bond available.
No on demand travel insurance available – but referrals will be.
There is a National Lottery Terminal
Cheques only accepted for car tax.
All other services will remain the same.
Comments submitted will not be confidential unless marked ‘IN CONFIDENCE’.
THE CODE FOR THIS BRANCH CONSULTATION IS 43113699 – please quote this on all feedback.
You can make your comments known here:
or by telephoning 08457 22 33 44
The original letter and detailed changes are available at the Parish Office if you would like to view them.