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This page has any issue articles that you might find of interest.† If you would like to add an issue, please send an email to issues@hockeringvillage.co.uk

If you require a Word document copy of the Nuisance Record Sheet to print, please click on the link below:

Below is a link to the pdf (click on the picture), A Vision for Norfolk in 2021, which was approved by Norfolk County Council on 12 February 2018.  This sets out the direction of the Council in the next three years, and what it would like to achieve.

  

The Council will play a leading role in:

 

         Building communities we can be proud of

         Installing infrastructure first

         Building new homes to help young people get on the housing ladder

         Developing the skills of our people though training and apprenticeships

         Nurturing our growing digital economy

         Making the most of our heritage, culture and environment

The vision is supported by Norfolk Futures: the Councilís Strategy for 2018-2021, which shows how transformation of Norfolk County Councilís services will help to deliver our ideas.  Four principles guide how we will work:

         Offering our help early to reduce demand

         Joining up our work so services are accessible, done well and done once

         Being business like and making the best use of technology

         Targeting our work where it can make the most difference

The strategy is available on Norfolk County Councilís website: www.norfolk.gov.uk

Abandoned PETS!

A number of abandoned cats have been turning up in Stone Road, Hockering, several of them pregnant. The clerk has managed to save most of them and the RSPCA have been outstandingly supportive in helping with this. Many abandoned cats are re-homed, but a large number have to be destroyed as cat sanctuaries are full to bursting.

 

If you see someone dumping a cat or dog, take a note of their car registration number and report it to the police and or the RSPCA - Telephone number 0300 1234 999.

 

PLEASE GET YOUR CAT NEUTERED.  IT IS THE ONLY WAY TO STOP UNWANTED LITTERS.  CONTACT THE RSPCA IF YOU NEED HELP OR ADVICE WITH THIS.

 

PENNY HAWKER

HOCKERING PARISH CLERK

 

RSPCA important numbers:

Cruelty line: 0300 1234 999  (24hrs Every Day)

Advice line: 0300 1234 555 (9am-5pm Weekdays only)

 

In Norfolk, Spaywatch is a low cost animal neutering charity - Tel: 01733 370198 or

Email: spay.watch@virgin.net for more information.