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Welcome to Antingham Village

North Norfolk World War 1 Pillbox Trail - Click HERE for details.

Proposed weekly exercise class

Following on from our village survey it is proposed to run a weekly exercise class at the village hall, it will be run with the help of Victory Sports Centre and will cater for all ages. It will be run during the day and is subject to enough interest being shown, we will need at least 12 people to make it viable.
If you are interested could you contact Sheila Strover 01263 833140 or Barry Wigg on 01263 834394 to book a place.

Recycling Glass

As you are all aware the glass recycling now goes into the green bin, however, the village hall have their own recycling glass bin - in the same place that the council bins were - and we would be delighted if you could use this.
All the money raised from recycling glass will go towards the upkeep of the village hall.
We also have a paper recycling bin in the grounds of the village hall.

Come on Antingham - help to provide some money for your village hall!


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Antingham is a small rural community 2.5 miles to the north west of North Walsham in north Norfolk with a church, St Marys, and a village hall.

The hall is regularly used for a variety of activities and has disabled access. A new kitchen was installed in 2010. The hall is ideal for parties and other social gatherings.

See contacts page for bookings.

The village is popular with walkers and backpackers enjoying regular walks along the well known Paston Way long distance footpath that passes through the village.

This website was originally designed to show the results of the questionaire sent to all households as part of the PARISH PLAN. It has now been extended to be used for a general parish site.

Please contact us if you have questions or suggestions concerning the work of the Parish Council, if you have any concerns that you feel the Council should be aware of, or where it can help or support you.

See contacts page.

(Please use the buttons on the left to find your way around the parish site and the buttons on the right for the Parish Plan questionaire results.)