Business as usual at the Post Office

It's business as usual at Reepham Post Office for cash withdrawals and all postal and banking services.
As the postbox outside the shop is not operational due to the damage caused on Wednesday morning, customers are asked to either drop their mail off at the post office counter or use one of the postboxes around the town.
While the shop entrance is still blocked off, customers are being asked to enter by the post office entrance, where you can buy newspapers, greetings cards, etc.
So, come on Reepham, support your local post office!

Great British Tennis Weekend

On Saturday 12 May we are holding our Great British Tennis Weekend event at Reepham Tennis Club with free coaching and a chance to meet our coaches, other players and club members. It's open to members and non-members. It's a free event so why not come along and give tennis a try! Equipment can be provided.
Session times are:

BBC Radio Norfolk in Reepham

BBC Radio Norfolk will be in Reepham Market Place tomorrow morning (Wednesday 25 April) to discuss the effects the proposed offshore wind farm cable routes will have on residents and businesses.

Two companies (Ørsted and Vattenfall) will submit planning applications to lay approximately 60 km of onshore cables from the coast, which will pass through Reepham and district.

Come and have your say tomorrow morning! Plenty of parking available at Stimpson's Piece.

Revised timetable for Foulsham to Fakenham bus service

A revised bus timetable for service 98 operated by Sanders Coaches will operate from Thursday 3 May 2018.
This will be a Thursday service from Foulsham to Fakenham that incorporates Themelthorpe and Wood Dalling; there is a change of timings and pick-up in Reepham.
This service can be joined from Aylsham and Cawston by using service 43 to and from Reepham.

Town Council publishes response to GNLP

Following the Greater Norwich Local Plan roadshow on 5 March and the subsequent approval of comments at the Town Council meeting held on 14 March, Reepham Town Council has responded to the GNLP consultation. See the Council’s response HERE
Residents are encouraged to make their own representations before the deadline of 5 pm Thursday 22 March. Have your say HERE


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