Hunstanton Town Council

Serving the people of Hunstanton

Town Hall

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

Latest News

Tourist Information Centre Temporarily Closed

Hunstanton Town Council has taken the decision to temporarily close the Tourist Information Centre due to the ongoing concerns regarding Coronavirus.

This action has been taken to limit the risk to employees and members of the public.

The Council will continue to monitor the Government and Public Health England websites and post updates on this website and on our Facebook page.

For the foreseeable future,... Read More »

Posted: Sat, 21 Mar 2020 18:50 by Jan Roomes

Tags: Local Council Award Scheme, News, Reports

Duncan Baker MP Makes Urgent Plea

Duncan Baker MP makes urgent Plea on travelling and holidaying in North Norfolk

Posted: Sat, 21 Mar 2020 18:22 by Jan Roomes

Tags: News

COMPANIES OFFERING HOME DELIVERY IN HUNSTANTON DURING THE CORONAVIRUS EPIDEMIC

COMPANIES OFFERING HOME DELIVERY IN HUNSTANTON

In light of the current Coronavirus our local shopkeepers and service companies have very kindly agreed to assist local residents by delivering their orders.

Please see the list attached of those participating.

Please note that this document will be updated as more businesses come on board.

Posted: Wed, 18 Mar 2020 13:54 by Jan Roomes

Tags: News, Newsletters

Hunstanton Town Council implements additional measures during Coronavirus pandemic

Currently there are no known or suspected cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Hunstanton, but in the light of the most recent advice from the Government, the town council is taking a proactive approach to mitigate the risk of the virus to help ensure all members of our community stay as safe and healthy as possible. These are some of the measures already implemented:

Posted: Tue, 17 Mar 2020 08:08 by Jan Roomes

Tags: Local Council Award Scheme, News, Reports

Youth Survey Launch

Hunstanton Town Council are launching a Youth Survey to all the schools in and around the Hunstanton Area about Youth facilities or the lack of them.

All young people are asked to take part in the survey which aims to find out what is needed for youth leisure activities in the 21st Century.

Chief among them is the result of an enquiry by ten year old Caleb who was brave enough to come to a Full Council... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 02 Mar 2020 17:26 by Jan Roomes

Tags: Local Council Award Scheme, News

Public Consultation – Phase 1 Southern Seafront Masterplan

Currently awaiting update from King's Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Council

Posted: Tue, 18 Feb 2020 18:47 by Jan Roomes

Tags: News

Join Hunstanton Town Council and help make a difference

If you live in Hunstanton and are wondering how you can help your friends, neighbours and the local area, then why not consider joining Hunstanton Town Council as a local Councillor?

Hunstanton Town Council are looking to fill the two remaining vacancies with dedicated, committed and passionate people who are willing to give their time and energy to get involved with the community, working with fellow... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 12 Feb 2020 17:30 by Jan Roomes

Tags: Local Council Award Scheme, News

Mayor Cllr Tony Bishopp visits Hunstanton Army Cadet Force

Mayor Cllr Tony Bishopp visits Hunstanton Army Cadet Force

On Thursday 23rd January, Mayor Councillor Tony Bishopp and Councillors Robert Corby, Wendy Croucher, Verity Jowett & Michael Ruston were delighted to visit the Hunstanton detachment of the Army Cadet Force to watch the Cadets parade and witness part of their training.

During the evening, the Mayor took part in an inspection of the cadets with Britannia Company's OC Major Bagge which was followed... Read More »

Posted: Sat, 25 Jan 2020 17:26 by Jan Roomes

Tags: Local Council Award Scheme, News, Newsletters, Reports

What does Climate Change mean?

What does Climate Change mean?

What is climate change?

Climate change refers to a large-scale shift in the planet's weather patterns and average temperatures.

How are humans changing the climate?

Before the Industrial Revolution, the average temperature across the world was stable at around 14°C (average Earth surface temperature). The Indus- trial Revolution began in the mid-1800s when humans began to burn fossil fuels such as... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 09 Jan 2020 20:10 by Amanda Knight

Tags: Reports

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