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  Chairman’s Report 2015


For the Parish Council’s Latest Monthly Report please click here.

Parish Office

The Parish Office can be found next to the Village Hall and is open to members of the public on Tuesday and Thursday mornings between 9am & 11am. 

The Parish Clerk, Tracey Bayfield, can be contacted as follows:

- by telephone (01263) 741106

- by email (clerk@blakeneyparishcouncil.co.uk)

- via the contact page on this website

Other times can be arranged by mutual agreement. When telephoning, please do leave a message, and Tracey will get back to you as soon as possible.


Parish Council Meetings are held monthly in the Parish Office, next to the Village Hall.
Agendas and Minutes of our most recent meetings and also an archive of older meeting minutes can be found in the Minutes section of this site. Parish Council Committees hold separate meetings and separate agendas and minutes are issued. These can also be found in the Minutes archive along with minutes of our Annual Parish meetings.

Annual Parish Meeting report  APM Report 2012

Chairman’s report 2012  Chairman’s Report 2012

Parish Council Committees

Parish Council Committees hold separate meetings and separate agendas and minutes are issued. Copies of these can be found in our minutes archive.

District Council Reports

District Councillor     Karen Ward – Karen.ward@north-norfolk.gov.uk – 07946 533983

County Council Reports

County Councillor      Dr Marie Strong – marie.strong@norfolk.gov.uk – 07920 286597


Blakeney Parish Council were delighted to be awarded ‘Quality Parish Council’ status in November 2007, especially as we were the first parish in North Norfolk with a population of under 1000 to achieve this status. To receive this accreditation the Council had to demonstrate its ability to deliver efficient services to local residents and speak with greater authority to principal councils. The scheme is designed to provide a benchmark of minimum standards for parish and town councils and enable them better to represent the communities they serve and enhance relationships between local councils, principal authorities and community and voluntary sector organisations.