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Local traffic restrictions and roadworks from 26 December

Traffic restrictions and roadworks starting within the next week for the Reepham district have been issued by one.network.
 
Holt Road, Cawston
02 January - 02 July
Roadworks, Delays unlikely
Traffic management: No carriageway incursion
Responsibility for works: Orsted Hornsea Project Three (UK) Limited
Works reference: P300120034454
 
Reepham Road, Bawdeswell

New café opens in Bawdeswell

The Horkey Kitchen, a new breakfast/brunch destination café, has opened in Bawdeswell in the former premises of Hamptons at the Barn, serving all-day breakfasts, light lunches, afternoon teas and homemade cakes.
 
The new café is owned by Lily Wade and George Wright who have years of experience in the hospitality industry and met while working at the King’s Arms in Reepham four years ago.
 
The Horkey Kitchen is located in Dereham Road, Bawdeswell, and is open from 9 am – 4 pm Tuesday to Sunday.
 

Local traffic restrictions and roadworks from 18 December

Traffic restrictions and roadworks starting within the next week for the Reepham district have been issued by one.network.
 
Norwich Road, Weston Longville
19 December
Other, Delays unlikely
Traffic management: Traffic control (two-way signals)
Responsibility for works: Norfolk County Council
Works reference: ARN-2600-85988368
 
Reepham Road, Bawdeswell

Local traffic restrictions and roadworks from 11 December

Traffic restrictions and roadworks starting within the next week for the Reepham district have been issued by one.network.
 
Hindolveston Road, Foulsham
11 December - 15 December
Roadworks, Delays likely
Traffic management: Road closure
Responsibility for works: Anglian Water
Works reference: AD03010708379
 
Norwich Road, Weston Longville
11 December - 18 December

Local traffic restrictions and roadworks from 4 December

Traffic restrictions and roadworks starting within the next week for the Reepham district have been issued by one.network.
 
Reepham Road, Little Witchingham
24 November – 05 December
Road closure
Responsibility for works: Orsted Hornsea Project Three (UK) Limited
Works reference: NTRO7345
 
Church Farm Lane, Alderford
24 November – 05 December

Local traffic restrictions and roadworks from 27 November

Traffic restrictions and roadworks starting within the next week for the Reepham district have been issued by one.network.
 
Reepham Road, Little Witchingham
24 November – 5 December
Road closure
Responsibility for works: Orsted Hornsea Project Three (UK) Limited
Works reference: NTRO7345
 
Church Farm Lane, Alderford
24 November – 5 December

Former private hospital can continue to house migrant workers

A former private hospital that closed in tragic circumstances is to continue to be used to house up to 100 migrant workers working for Banham Poultry.
 
Cawston Park Hospital shut in 2021 after the deaths of three of the people who were being cared for there.
 
See the EDP story HERE.
 

Local traffic restrictions and roadworks from 20 November

Traffic restrictions and roadworks starting within the next week for the Reepham district have been issued by one.network.
 
New Road, Reepham
20 November - 22 November
Roadworks, Delays likely
Traffic management: Traffic control (Stop/Go boards)
Responsibility for works: Norfolk County Council
Works reference: HU608268161LTPA1
 
Moorhouse Close, Reepham

Local traffic restrictions and roadworks from 13 November

Traffic restrictions and roadworks starting within the next week for the Reepham district have been issued by one.network.
 
Chapel Lane, Foulsham
13 November - 15 November
Roadworks, Delays possible
Traffic management: Traffic control (give & take)
Responsibility for works: Norfolk County Council
Works reference: HU608276078LTPA
 
Holt Road, Cawston

Former cottage company owner buys historic stately home

Wolterton Park, which includes 500 acres of land and a Grade I listed 19-bedroom country house in north Norfolk, has been bought by Richard Ellis and his family.
 
Mr Ellis and his late wife Lesley set up Norfolk Country Cottages in Reepham in 1992 and grew it into one of the largest self-catering cottage agencies in the UK – Original Cottages – before selling in 2022.
 

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