Bawburgh at a Glance

June Orchids 1 Blue Tit Feeding Young 2 Poppy Field Bawburgh 3 Little Owl 4 ...and the winner of the bushiest tail is ....5 by v8.7





 Fabric Officer for Bawburgh Church


- to take over from Sandy Munro next spring. If you are interested in old buildings and would like to have a hand in preserving this beautiful A1 listed building, this may be the job for you. It will involve dealing with the fabric of the church and, if any repairs are needed, liaising with the Church Architect, the Parochial Church Council (PCC) and the Diocese and investigating sources of financial support from grant-funded trusts and other bodies. The PCC will support you at all times. It is suggested that in order to get to grips with the job, there will be a period of "apprenticeship" with Sandy until the take-over occurs. If you are interested in taking up the job or need further information, please contact Sandy on 01603 464553 or



Bawburgh Village Hall

Social Evening

The Village Hall is open on the second Friday of each month
from 6.30pm until at least 9.30pm

Licensed Bar, Coffee, Snacks, Darts, Table Tennis, Pool, Pub games and a chance to relax and catch up with your friends and neighbours. For further information contact Malcolm Buck 811704


Bawburgh Village Hall

Coffee Morning


 the first Saturday of every month from 10.30am to Noon

 Come and enjoy a coffee and catch up with your friends


Home made cards, Second hand books, jigsaws, DVDs and CDs for sale

Take part in a Raffle and 50/50 club draw

Themed events take place including tombola, bring and buy, cakes and preserves

For information of the theme of the morning see your Bawburgh News Magazine







Village Fete and Duck Race Saturday 14th July.

This event raises much needed funds for the village.

If anyone is willing to help, please contact Steve Brolly at



Norwich Western Link consultation

 When Norfolk County Council announced plans to build the Norwich Northern Distributor Road (A1270) north and east of the city, a lot of people said they were concerned about transport issues to the west of Norwich. Many wanted the council to fill in what they saw as a ?missing link? between the Fakenham Road (A1067) and the A47.

 The County Council will be running a public consultation between Tuesday, 8 May and Tuesday, 3 July 2018 and, at this stage, they would like to know your views on any transport issues that exist to the west of the city. This is your chance to have your say and help to determine what, if anything, needs to be done to improve transport links or provision in this part of the county ? so make sure you take the opportunity to respond to the consultation. More information can be found here




Bawburgh Village Hall

Photo Competition


The Village Hall Committee has launched a Bawburgh photography competition.

 Runs from now until October 2018

Includes an exhibition of the work in the Village Hall from the end of Summer until November

More details found here