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The next Parish Council Meeting will take place on Monday 8th July in Buxton village hall at 7:30pm.

New Neighbourhood Plan Consultation information is on the Planning & News page of this website.

The Parish Council has an Instagram page, which will be used as an electronic notice board so that you can keep up to date with news from the PC.

This will be for information only.

If you would like to contact the PC, please use the e-mail address, phone or postal address listed below.

Here is a link to the PC Instagram page.

Contacting the Parish Council:

There are a number of ways you can contact the Parish Council.

  • You can send an e-mail to: [email protected]
  • You can call: 01603 319696
  • Or you can write to: Buxton with Lamas Parish Council, 184 Holt Road, Horsford, NR10 3HQ

Or you can come along to a parish council meeting, which usually takes place on the 2nd Monday of the month (except in August, November and December) at 7:30 in Buxton village hall or Lamas village hall.  We always give notice of the location and date on here the week before the meeting.  You can find a schedule of meeting dates and locations here.

The Clerk works for the Parish Council for 14 hours per week and these hours are worked on a flexible basis.  The Clerk is typically in the office or on-site Monday to Wednesday, but this can vary.

New Play Area Open 

The new and exciting play area at Buxton village hall was opened ready for the half term holiday.  The play area is so well used by all the children in the village and surrounding area.  It’s great to see all the new equipment bringing joy to so many.

Parents and children celebrating the opening of a new play area at Buxton village hall

Thank you to Mick George for the grant which made this project possible.

Play Area Project!

Buxton with Lamas Parish Council and Buxton Village Hall Management Committee have been working hard behind the scenes on an exciting new project.  Around 18 months ago, we worked with the school children at Buxton Primary in order to understand what they would like to see in a play area.  We already knew that the play area at the village hall was showing signs of how much it has been loved over the years and was in much need of refurbishment.

We took what the children told us to various play area suppliers and asked them to design something new and exciting for the space.  We knew that the mound was much loved and needed to be part of anything new.

We then made a funding application to Mick George Community Fund for £35,000 and are very pleased to say that they have awarded us the funding.  The Parish Council and Buxton Village Hall Management Committee have also financially contributed to the project.

We are so grateful to the Mick George Community Fund for their generous grant, this project would not have been possible without them.

The work is due to start on site on Wednesday 17th November and weather permitting, should be completed on 3rd December. During the construction of the play area, the car park must be closed for public safety.  We thank you for your patience while this work is going on, as we know what a valuable community asset the Village Hall car park is to the whole community.

We hope you all enjoy your new village play area for many years to come and we look forward to seeing lots of children exploring the space very soon!

Here is a photo of the progress made on the 1st day of the project

People dismantling the old wooden play area at Buxton village hall

Our parish was part of the BBC Radio Norfolk Treasure Quest radio programme on Sunday 27th June. 

Chair of Parish Council stands by village sign with radio broadcaster

You can listen to the item here and see more photos here.

For Government advice on Coronavirus click here.

Here is information on the coronavirus helpline for the Buxton with Lamas area.

Flooding Information:

If flood water has entered your property or there is a risk to life, please contact the Emergency Services and ask for the Fire brigade.

Vandalism at Balay Park (7th September 2020)

Problems continue at Balay park with lots of smashed glass and huge amounts of litter left all over the site.  Please be careful if you are at the park and make sure shoes are kept on, as you will appreciate, it is impossible to find every shard of glass. Photo of rubbish collected from a litter pickIf you see anything suspicious, please call the police 101 number and report it.

Be aware of SCAMS during this world wide health crisis.  Sadly, we have to make you aware that there have been reports of new scams during this difficult time.  See link for how to report it.  Please find more information in the latest scams on the Services page of this website.

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