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Welcome to the Rockland St Mary with Hellington Parish Council website.

Rockland St Mary is a village in South Norfolk which lies about 6 miles (9½ km) southeast of Norwich. Although Rockland is part of South Norfolk District, those parts of the village lying adjacent to the river and broads fall under the administration of the Broads Authority. The Street runs east to west through the centre of the village.

Hellington is a hamlet and civil parish in the South Norfolk district of the county of Norfolk, England. Home to Hellington Hall, a Grade II Listed 17th-century country house, and Low Common, a Norfolk Wildlife Trust County Wildlife Site.

This site has been created to provide you with all the information you need to know living in Rockland St Mary and Hellington.

On our website you will find Local Organisations, community groups and organisations including The Poors Trust, WI and Roydons Trust amongst others. The site is also used to invite volunteers to support local activities.

Communication from our parishioners is welcomed and contact details are provided for this.

If you have any news or events you would like posted on the website please contact the Parish Clerk.

To receive details of news or events notices posted on this website, please use the 'Sign up to our emails alerts' box at the top of this page - any news or events details will then be emailed direct to your email address.