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Village Information

The Flu Toolkit document has been produced by Norfolk County Council and the NHS Norfolk & Waveney Clinical Commissioning Group.  It contains useful information on how to prevent the spread of flu, flu symptoms vs Coronavirus symptoms, eligibility and availability of the flu vaccine, and guidelines for businesses.


South Norfolk Council are consulting on a proposal to re-make a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) under the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 as required by the Act. The existing PSPO covers the administrative district of South Norfolk and requires the person in control of a dog to clean up after it fouls - this applies to everyone.  Further, it will exclude dogs from enclosed children's play areas (i.e. those enclosed by a fence) in South Norfolk that are open to the air.  There is an exemption for those who are reliant on assistance dogs.  A draft copy of the proposed PSPO is attached for information.  If any resident wishes to comment they should contact South Norfolk Council by 8th December 2020 .