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Scarning Beacon

The Parish Council is responsible for:​

  • provision and maintenance of the children's play areas and Outdoor Fitness equipment near Blackthorn Drive and Ted Ellis Way

  • maintenance of Outdoor Fitness equipment, table tennis table and the zip wire on the Playing Field on Shipdham Lane

  • maintenance of the roadside verges and hedges in some parts of the parish

  • provision of dog and litter bins

  • maintenance of some street lights (this does not include the lights on the Draytonhall Lane estate)

  • maintenance of the church clock and the war memorial

  • repair and upkeep of bus shelters in the parish.



The next Parish Council meeting will be held in the Village Hall on 13 February from 7.30pm. A copy of the agenda will be available three working days before the meeting. All our meetings are open to residents. Why not come along and see what we do. 


Breckland Council runs a Mobile Food Store, providing residents with food at subsided prices. Councillor Lynda Turner (Breckland Council) in association with the Parish Council is trying to get the Store to Scarning to help residents. The route is currently full, but will be reviewed in the autumn. In the meantime, residents can use the bus at any of its current stops. You just need to prove you live in Breckland and pay £3 to join. For more information please visit Breckland's website and search Mobile Food Store for locations. 

The Council has installed a new beacon in the layby with the Village sign. The beacon has been provided by local firm, Bunnings of Gressenhall and the concrete has been supplied by TBL Concrete Ltd of Shipdham. The Parish Council is grateful for their support.


We are pleased to report the results of the Council's Bright Ideas for Scarning consultation. Please click here for more. 

Scarning Village Sign
Scarning Village Hall
Parish Council Noticeboard
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