Hunstanton Town Council

Serving the people of Hunstanton

Town Hall

Town Clerk: Jan Roomes
Hunstanton Town Hall, The
Green, Hunstanton, Norfolk
PE36 6BQ

Hunstanton Town Council

Hunstanton Town Council provides your local services.

We strive to make Hunstanton a better place to live, work and play.

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Hunstanton Tourist Information Centre

Open Daily
Monday 29th October 2018 - 7th April 2019 10.00 am – 2.00 pm (Sundays we open at 11.00 am)
Monday 8th April 2019 - 30th June 2019 10.00 am – 3.00 pm EVERY DAY
Monday 1st July 2019 - 15th September 2019 10.00 am – 4.00 pm EVERY DAY

For more detail information on events, accommodation, car park passes and so much more please visit Hunstanton Tourist Information Centre at the top of the Green or by emailing or telephoning 01485 532610

Latest News

Car Boot Sales Hunstanton Community Centre

Hunstanton Community Centre, Avenue Road

Saturday's 12 noon - 4 pm

27th July through to 7th September

Sellers - pitches £5, no need to book, set up from 10 am

Buyers - gates open at noon

For further information 01485 532402

Posted: Tue, 23 Jul 2019 10:08 by Jan Roomes

Hunstanton Pantomime 2019 - Peter Pan

Hunstanton Pantomime 2019 - Peter Pan

The Panto for 2019 at the Town Hall has just been announced

The Magical

***Peter Pan***

Auditions taking place soon

Watch this space for ticket sales

Posted: Fri, 05 Jul 2019 20:26 by Jan Roomes

Highway and Community Rangers

The Ranger's visit Hunstanton several times a year if there is work identified for their attention. If you have any specific highway maintenance issues, please contact the Town Clerk with as much information as possible including the exact location and specific concerns.

Typical work the Rangers do:

Side out a carriageway or footway for distances less than 100m (Overgrown grass/weeds or soil encroachment) More »

Clear small amounts of mud and soil from the carriageway (non-urgent)

Hand sweep carriageway or footway for distances less than 100m

Trim hedge to expose sign etc.

Soil and seed verge (small areas only - under 10m2)

Strim verge grass

Rod and flush drain

Clean out gully

Rod and flush kerb drainage offlet

Clear grip

Wash sign, bollard or reflector post

Repair potholes

Typical work we don't do:

Clear ditches (in private ownership)

Trim hedges (in private ownership)

Undertake areas of patching – these need programming

Street Name Plates i.e. "High St" (these are the responsibility of the District Council)

Clear build-up of leaves from footway / carriageway (District Council is the Street Cleaning Authority)

Rubbish / litter pick (this is the responsibility of the District Council) » Less

Posted: Wed, 03 Jul 2019 20:23 by Jan Roomes

Roll up, roll up, it's the Hunstanton 'Have a Field Day' annual fete!

Roll up, roll up, it's the Hunstanton 'Have a Field Day' annual fete!

Saturday 6 July

Hunstanton Town Council were delighted to present this year's Have a Field Day event - a traditional family fete - which was held at Hunstanton Community Centre Field on Saturday.

Hunstanton Rock Choir opened up proceedings with a 20 minute programme of songs, and then it was on with the fun as families enjoyed traditional games such as Tin Can Alley, Hook-a-Duck and Hoopla!

Tommy J Rollason, sponsored by the HDFA was on hand to teach visitors some vital circus skills and there was a full programme of races for all ages including the ever-popular Egg and Spoon race and Sack Race, ably compered by the 1st Hunstanton Scout Group! More »

More than 250 events were held across the UK to mark Have a Field Day, organised by Prince William's charity Fields in Trust, which has fought to protect more than 2,800 parks from being built in. » Less

Posted: Sun, 30 Jun 2019 20:07 by Jan Roomes

Armed Forces Day 28th June 2019

Armed Forces Day 28th June 2019

The Mayor Cllr Bosworth and Representatives of Hunstanton Royal British Legion conducted a small service at the Cenotaph to show support for the men and women who make up the Armed Forces community: from currently serving troops to Service families, veterans and cadets.

Posted: Fri, 28 Jun 2019 14:35 by Jan Roomes

Praise for the Town from a Happy Visitor

"We have just returned from a week in Holme next the sea 31 May - 7 June and I had just to write to you. This is the fourth time we have visited Hunstanton and every year we fail to be disappointed. (I did write the first time we visited). I must congratulate you on the cleanliness of everything - public conveniences, open spaces. The beautiful gardens that were being planted up whilst we were there. Everywhere is so very tidy and the people I spoke to that were cleaning the toilets and working on the gardens seem to have a real pride in what they do. I did tell a couple of your groundsmen and toilet cleaners how amazing I thought it was. Considering the number of fish and chip shops and people sitting on the green we never saw any litter. The toilets are actually cleaner than the toilets in our main shopping centre. It didn't matter what time of the day you visited Hunstanton everything was exactly the same. I'm sure the gardener must mow the gardens every day (it certainly seemed like it).We also happened to be sitting in the garden when the D Day celebrations took place and how amazing that was for a small town to be carrying out a memorial.Thank you very much indeed to everyone who makes Hunstanton such a wonderful place to visit. It is an absolute pleasure to visit and we will be returning. More places need to take a few tips out of your books to improve their towns.With all good wishes"

Posted: Wed, 19 Jun 2019 09:39 by Jan Roomes

Ask the Police

Your Policing Questions Answered

Posted: Mon, 17 Jun 2019 21:34 by Jan Roomes

Hunstanton Tourist Information Centre discontinues the use of plastic carrier bags for environmental reasons.

Hunstanton Town Council is pleased to announce that the Tourist Information Centre has discontinued the use of plastic carrier bags for environmental reasons

100% degradable bags will now be available at a cost of 5p

Money raised from the sale of bags will go to the Mayors nominated Charity

Posted: Mon, 17 Jun 2019 07:49 by Jan Roomes