Home   News   Article

Help sought in Clenchwarton hall plan review

More news, no ads


People living in a West Norfolk village are being invited to have their say in a review of plans for a new sports pavilion and community hall complex.

Community leaders in Clenchwarton launched the project three years ago and a number of events have been held to raise funds since then.

But the village’s parish council is now appealing for residents to get in touch with information about the project after voting to hold a review of the scheme in June.

Unrest in Clenchwarton (7806343)
Unrest in Clenchwarton (7806343)

The decision followed criticism of how the scheme was being run during the run-up to May’s elections.

The latest parish newsletter, which was circulated to homes in the village in recent days, said councillor Richard Moate had been asked to conduct the inquiry.

The document said: “It is a factual review. However, the only information he presently has apart from the designs is the business plan and this lacks any accompanying factual documentation.

“If any parishioner has any factual information they think is relevant to review, he would be very happy to hear from them.”

The review is expected to be completed by January, although the newsletter said Mr Moate hopes to complete the work before then.

The findings are then set to be presented to councillors and residents either at a parish council meeting or a separate public meeting.

Anyone who has information is asked to email d.moatecpc@gmail.com

This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More