Welcome to Coltishall
Coltishall is situated nine miles north east of Norwich on the River Bure, gateway to the Norfolk Broads. In addition to its beautiful river frontage, part of the Broads Authority, it has wide expanses of common land managed by the Coltishall Commons Management Trust, and much of the village itself is a conservation area.
The Parish Council
The Parish Council consists of up to 11 members who all live in or near Coltishall and Gt Hautbois and represent the parish on various matters. We are effectively the third tier of local government below County and District Councils. We meet at 6.30 pm usually on the second Tuesday of the month at the Church Rooms, Rectory Road, Coltishall.
Parish Clerk Vacancy - Coltishall
Coltgishall Parish Council is looking to appoint an enthusiastic and self motivated individual to the Role of Parish Clerk and Responsible Finance Office from March 2020, the position is home based for 15 hours a week to be worked flexibly. Attendance at the monthly Parish Council meeting is obligatory. The salary will be paid in accordance with experience and in line with NALC guidelines.
Full details can be found here.
To apply, please email a CV and covering letter to the Chairman – James Matthews at Max_jam@hotmail.co.uk . If you would like to discuss this vacancy further please email or phone James Matthews on 07790 656074.
Applications close at 5pm on Monday 20th January 2020.
7th November 2018
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We're responsible for:
Litter and dog bins
Recreation and playing fields
Parish footpaths (not pavements)
Parish rights of way
Public seats (except Commons)
Signs (except Highways)
Sports Pavilions/Changing Rooms
Village play equipment
We are also entitled to make comments on all planning applications in the parish although the District Council or County Council make the decisions.
12th March 2018
GNLP - Online Petition (by 21st March)
In addition to the paper petition now available in local shops, it is possible to object to the proposed housing sites on Rectory Road online by clicking here. You can also send in more detailed feedback to the GNLP team by going to the following website, where you have to register before replying:
18th January 2018
Coltishall Allotment Association has a small number of vacant plots available on a first-come, first served basis. For more information, see the advertisement in The Marlpit, click here or contact Bill Dickson, Chairman, on 07717 895574 or e-mail email@example.com.
12th January 2018
Norfolk Constabulary has issued its latest newsletter for parishes, including Coltishall, that are supported from Aylsham. In addition, it has reported that more than 100 people were arrested during the Norfolk Christmas drink drive campaign with almost 1000 people breathalysed. The month-long campaign, launched on 1 December 2017, targeted drivers getting behind the wheel under the influence of alcohol and drugs. Patrols and roadside checks were carried out with Norfolk having a 8.55% fail rate.
A total of 947 tests were carried out with 81 drivers providing positive readings. Of the 172 drug tests conducted 56 drivers failed.
9th January 2018
Consultation on the Greater Norwich Local Plan (to 2036) has begun and will run until 15th March 2018. This is the document that will ultimately guide how much development takes place in our community. Now is the time to express a view if you are concerned about new housing and infrastructure in Coltishall in future. Once the Plan is in place (by 2020), it will be very difficult to argue against the allocations it sets out. More information is available here and at www.gnlp.org.uk. Information about planned Roadshows is available at
3rd January 2018
SAM2 mobile speed sign.
Coltishall and Horstead Parish Councils have taken ownership of a new SAM2 speed sign. This will operate on a 50/50 basis across the two parishes, starting with two months on Norwich Road in Horstead. The sign tells drivers their speed and asks them to slow down if necessary. It also records date, time and speed (but not identity). This information will be presented regularly to the two Parish Councils and published in The Marlpit. It will also be used to target police checks at speeding hotspots.