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Author: Amanda Knight

Mayor’s Awards 2021

Mayor’s Awards 2021

Nominate Your Community Heroes in the 2021 Mayor's Community Awards

Mayor of Hunstanton Town Council, Councillor Tony Bishopp is calling for nominations to the 2020/21 Mayor's Community Awards to come in as the deadline for submissions of March 28th approaches. These awards acknowledge the outstanding contribution and commitment of individuals, community groups or businesses in the Hunstanton area.... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 23 Mar 2021 12:34 by Amanda Knight

Tags: News

Police COVID operation plans for half term

A number of our residents have expressed their concerns over the potentially high number of visitors that might descend upon Hunstanton when the weather improves, as predicted for this coming weekend.The Hunstanton Police Inspector from Norfolk Constabulary has advised us that they are running a mini operation at the weekend (20/21st February ) to concentrate on calls regarding second home lockdown... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 18 Feb 2021 18:31 by Amanda Knight

Tags: News

Hunstanton Mayor says “Explore from Your Door”

Hunstanton Mayor says “Explore from Your Door”

Hunstanton Mayor Cllr Tony Bishopp is asking the public to stay local and 'explore from their door' this weekend as concerns rise the town could see an increase in visitor numbers as the weather improves.Cllr Bishopp stated "With the country still in tightened restrictions as part of the National Lockdown, I am asking you all to 'stay local and explore from your door'. Staying local means you must... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 18 Feb 2021 18:29 by Amanda Knight

Tags: News

Census 2021

Census 2021

Census 2021 - Your questions answered

The census is here

It informs decisions about the things that matter to your community.

To find the answers to commonly asked questions about Census 2021 please click HERE.

It's important to fill in your census questionnaire because it gives us the most detailed information we have about our society. You must complete the census by law.

Posted: Mon, 11 Jan 2021 16:06 by Amanda Knight

Tags: News

Hunstanton In Bloom 2020

Hunstanton In Bloom 2020

Hunstanton in Bloom 2020

With both Anglia in Bloom and Britain in Bloom competitions having to be cancelled this year new ways of sharing ideas and expertise had to be found.

Anglia in Bloom decided to hold a Virtual Campaign. Communities throughout the Anglia region were asked to submit photographs and descriptions of entries in a number of different categories. Hunstanton entered a number of these:... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 07 Sep 2020 20:02 by Amanda Knight

Tags: News, Newsletters

‘Hunstanton Friends’ group move to Hunstanton Town Council Community Centre

‘Hunstanton Friends’ group move to Hunstanton Town Council Community Centre

When the Coronavirus first struck, no-one could have envisaged the effect this virus would have on us all. Every one of us has had to face changes to our everyday living routines, most of us have been affected in one way or another, maybe from isolation, loneliness, becoming dependent on others to do our shopping or sadly from losing loved ones.

Covid 19 has caused 'an unwelcome feeling of lack or loss... Read More »

Posted: Sat, 15 Aug 2020 16:04 by Amanda Knight

Tags: News

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

Hunstanton Town Council Declares Climate Emergency

Hunstanton Town Council Declares Climate Emergency

A recommendation from Hunstanton Town Council's newly formed Environmental Working Party to declare a climate emergency was passed at a full council meeting held on the 16th August 2019.

The motion included making climate change a priority and to work with the community to develop new strategies and plans to help reduce carbon emissions. The council will also take steps to reduce the carbon footprint... Read More »

Posted: Sun, 25 Aug 2019 18:51 by Amanda Knight

Tags: News, Reports