Concerns have been raised over ongoing anti-social behaviour issues at a village mooring during warm weather.
Fences have been installed around poppy fields in Heacham discouraging visitors from entering the site.
It comes after centres at Lynn and Hempton, near Fakenham, restarted operations earlier this month.
Climate activists have stepped up their demands for action, but council chiefs have accused them of ignoring the steps that are already being taken.
Larger sites will resume operations from next week, but officials have warned that services will still be restricted.
With the coronavirus lockdown triggering a big drop in pollution levels, environmental campaigners say a return to the old normality is not an option.
The government says it wants sites to reopen soon.
Parish councillors have expressed their support for proposals for hundreds of cattle to be housed in new buildings on the Sandringham Estate.
In West Norfolk the company has funded a major pioneering wetland project showing its commitment to sustainability and the environment.
It's the first time in hundreds of years that beavers have made a return to Norfolk.
Council officials say many people are still using their caddies, even though they won't be emptied until further notice.