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

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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

Casual Vacancy


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ONE casual vacancy has arisen in the office of Councillor for the above Town.

If, within 14 days of the date of this Notice (see note below) a request, in writing, that an election be held to fill the vacancy, signed by ten local government electors for the Town is given to:- The Proper Officer c/o Electoral Services Borough Council of King's Lynn and West Norfolk King's Court Chapel Street King's Lynn Norfolk PE30 1EX an election will be held, and Notice of this will be published in the Town. More »

If no such request is received by the Proper Officer, the Town Council will take the necessary steps to fill the vacancy by co-option.

For further information please contact the Town Clerk » Less

Posted: Thu, 22 Aug 2019 15:24 by Jan Roomes

Merchant Navy Day 3rd September 2019

Fly the Red Ensign 10 am

The Mayor of Hunstanton Town Council Cllr Amanda Bosworth

will lead a short service at the Cenotaph and raise the

Red Ensign to honour all those who serve and have served for

our country in the Merchant Navy.

All most welcome to attend.

Posted: Wed, 21 Aug 2019 20:14 by Jan Roomes

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: Wed, 21 Aug 2019 10:08 by Jan Roomes

Open Air Cinema on the Green

Open Air Cinema on the Green

Bring the family to see Mamma Mia (PG) - Saturday 17 August - 8:30pm

Great family entertainment; come and sing along to your heart's content!

This is preceded by a short film called 'Plastic Ocean' starting at 8:30pm. The main film will start at 8:45pm.

Arrive early to get your spot on The Green, and bring a blanket.

These film evenings are FREE of charge, but donations on the night are welcome.

Please note; there is no parking on Cliff Parade after 10:00pm, and the film will finish after this time. To check where you can park, and for parking charges, please visit More »

Posted: Fri, 09 Aug 2019 20:30 by Jan Roomes

Hunstanton being judged for Britain in Bloom

Hunstanton being judged for Britain in Bloom

On Tuesday 30 July the Britain in Bloom judges were walking around the gardens, green spaces and streets of Hunstanton.

Judges from the UK's longest running gardening competition were in town being given a tour by borough councillor Carol Bower and Chris Durham, operations manager of public open space at the council.

The Hunstanton Heritage Garden Friends and adopt a bedders joined the judges in Esplanade Gardens. They were also taken to Moss Bakery on the High Street to see the impressive creations made by them. More »

Applying for the Coastal category, Hunstanton should find out in October if the town has won » Less

Posted: Thu, 01 Aug 2019 10:22 by Jan Roomes

Installation of safety cameras on the A149 in West Norfolk

Work will begin next week to install average speed cameras on the A149 in West Norfolk.

From Monday 29 July, the Norfolk Safety Camera Partnership scheme, being implemented by Norfolk County Council, will see average speed cameras put in place on the route between the Knights Hill and Snettisham roundabouts.

To minimise disruption all the work will be taking place overnight between 8pm and 6am. The road will remain open at all times with traffic lights directing people through overnight lane closures which will be necessary to allow the work to be carried out safely. The work is expected to take up to three weeks to complete. More »

Chair of the Norfolk Safety Camera Partnership, Assistant Chief Constable Simon Megicks, welcomed the news, saying: "We have continuously been in support of road safety improvements on the A149 between Castle Rising and Snettisham.

"Speeding is one of the 'fatal four' offences which makes you more likely to be killed or seriously injured in a collision alongside drink/ drug driving, driving whilst using a mobile phone and not wearing a seatbelt. Average speed cameras have been proven to reduce speeding and help to reinforce understanding around speed limits, set at the maximum safe speed to travel on a particular stretch of road.

"In 2016, the decision to fund and proceed with this scheme was agreed by the Safety Camera Partnership Board and it is pleasing to see this finally coming to fruition."

Cllr Martin Wilby, Norfolk County Council Cabinet Member for Highways, Infrastructure & Transport, said: "This scheme is expected to improve safety on the stretch of the A149 where there have been 50 personal injury accidents over the past six years, of which three were fatalities and 13 involved serious injuries.

"We know this is a key route so we will be working overnight to minimise any disruption. We would ask that people bear with us while we carry out this important safety improvement work."

Police and Crime Commissioner Lorne Green said: "As Norfolk's PCC, I'm committed to making the county's roads safer for all who use them. I know this particular road extremely well, having travelled it over a number of years. I've long held the view, shared by many and supported by the figures around collisions, that action is needed to improve its safety.

"The Norfolk Safety Camera Partnership approved the speed cameras back in 2016. I'm pleased that the partnership's proposals are finally being actioned and work to install the cameras is now getting underway."

The A149 runs through a number of county council divisions. Cllr Andrew Jamieson, member for the North Coast division, said: "I'm sure people living on or near the A149 will welcome this safety scheme on the route they travel daily. Local residents are clear that a range of safety improvements are needed so we have been looking closely at a number of schemes in addition to the safety cameras.

"This work will soon see improvements to signs and road markings at the Lamsey Lane junction, and we would like to see a lower speed limit which is why we're currently consulting on a reduction from 60 to 50mph on two stretches of the road. Through this consultation we have also heard loud and clear that some proposed junction closures aren't the right thing to do, so we won't be going forward with those measures, but we will continue to look for future improvements on this vital route." » Less

Posted: Wed, 24 Jul 2019 14:20 by Jan Roomes

Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel Meetings

Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel Meeting Thursday 25th July 2019 - Dersingham Village Hall

Posted: Tue, 23 Jul 2019 15:19 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