Gayton Parish Council Meetings 2016
Next meeting for the Gayton Parish Council is 10th October 2016 7:30pm at Jubilee Hall.
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There may be good news coming for some of your parishioners if they have a private pumping station on their property.
Currently, homeowners have to spend hundreds of pounds every year for electricity running costs, maintenance and repairs to look after these private pumping stations. They may even have been flooded if it’s broken down in the past.
From October 2016, many of these private pumping stations will transfer over to Anglian Water and become our responsibility. We will take over all of the maintenance and the running costs too, saving customers hassle, worry and money.
We’d like to ask for your support in letting local residents know about this, and asking them to get in touch with us if they think they have a private pumping station.
To help customers identify and report the pumping stations easily, we have launched a specialist website: www.spotapumpingstation.co.uk.
We have also produced some posters, which you can download here, that can be published in your parish magazines and newsletters, or placed on your parish noticeboards.
If you have any questions about this campaign, please reply to email@example.com. For any other queries, please contact our Public Affairs Team on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you in advance for your support.
Anglian Water Private Pumping Stations Campaign Team
Primary education in Gayton, King's Lynn
Consulation from 10th June...
Proposal to change the age range and expand Gayton Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School.
What are we proposing?
This Public Notice is being published jointly by the County Council and the Governing Body of the school, with the support of the Norwich Diocesan Board of Education. The proposal is connected with the proposed replacement of the current school building on a new site in the village....
For more in information you can click on this link below to read the full story and have your say
The Parish Council has been asked by two parishioners for further streetlightiing on the footpath between Vicarage Lane and Springvale and along Grimston Road, for safety reasons. The Council have agreed to ask any other parishioner who may share these concerns and feel more streetlighting is available to contact the Council and make their thoughts clear. Similarly, the Council is keen to hear from parishioners who do not feel that more streetlighting is necessary.
Let us know what your views are, in the first instance please contact Kate the Parish Clerk at:
Alternatively you may write to Kate at:
Mrs K Senter
East Winch Road
Norfolk PE32 1SF
NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL proposes to make a Temporary Traffic Order affecting the U22058 Lime Kiln Road from: 1) its junction with 2P95 Grove Gardens to its junction with U22132 Lime Grove; and 2) from its junction with U22132 Lime Grove to its junction with U22059 Orchard Road in the PARISH OF GAYTON because of 11kv HV cable installation work.
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Gayton is a village located just over seven miles east of Kings Lynn, and lies on the B1145 road. The estimated population in 2008 was 1455, of whom 220 were children and 385 were of pensionable age. The 2001 census showed 595 households, although the number has increased since then.
Unlike many Norfolk villages, Gayton is a working village with many facilities and amenities. These include a church, a primary school, a pub, a butcher/delicatessen, a petrol station/car repair garage, a convenience store and post office, a fish and chip shop, and a hair salon. Social facilities include a thriving social club, a Womens’ Institute, Girl Guides, and a Cricket Club. There is a childrens’ playground which had its equipment extensively upgraded in 2012, and again in 2015 with the addition of a new skateboard park.
More extensive information regarding Gayton an Gayton Thorpe can be found in the 2006 Parish plan, which can be downloaded as an Acrobat PDF file. Please note that this plan was produced a number of years ago and does not reflect the current position regarding planning for the villages. However much of the background information about the villages is still interesting and relevant.
The Parish Council meets monthly, and the latest agenda can be downloaded from the link on the right of this page.