Mundesley-on-Sea Parish Council, Norfolk
Welcome to the Mundesley-on-Sea Parish Council website.
Mundesley Parish Council is made up of members of the public that volunteer their time to serve the community in which they live and to protect the interests of the village.
Full Council Meetings are held usually on the last Monday of the Month, and the subcommittees meet bi-monthly.
Mundesley’ Neighbourhood Plan
Neighbourhood Planning was introduced with the Localism Act 2011 and gives communities new powers and opportunities to set out a vision for how their community will develop over the next fifteen years in ways that identify local needs.
A Neighbourhood Plan for Mundesley, once adopted, will carry legal status for planning purposes.
Although supported by the Parish Council, it is Community-led, community researched and, eventually, the community will be voting on whether to accept it or not.
Neighbourhood Plans aren’t just about housing and can be used to help protect our countryside, rural nature, historic sites and certain aspects of infrastructure.
In 2018 launched the Village newsletter “The Mundesley Tide” that are delivered to the houses in the village.
The council built a War Memorial in remembrance of all those who died in World War 1 and held an emotional unveiling on the 100th Anniversary. Also in commemoration 2 beautiful wrought iron benches were purchased depicting images synonymous with World War 1 and placed in the centre of the village for people to enjoy.
The museum received Full Accreditation from the Arts Council. The Council’s events committee organised and sponsored 6 events over the year for everyone to enjoy.
Working with Highways at County Council, Mundesley Parish Council helped improved the signage to the village centre to help boost local trade, with new signage a Town End and at Cromer Road.
All street lights were given “east reporting” notices, helping you to report a faulty light.