The Parish Council is responsible for:
upkeep of the village street lighting
commenting on planning applications
the village notice board
general maintenance around the village
setting the precept
shaping the long term development policy for the Parish
commenting on planning applications in the Parish
identifying issues which are important to the lives of residents .
bringing about improvements through local projects
It is with great sadness that we share with you the news that
HRH The Duke of Edinburgh
has passed away today April 9th 2021
Prince Philip 1921 to 2021
Welcome to Beeston Regis
The Parish Council has 11 seats, all of which are currently filled.
It meets monthly (usually on the second Wednesday of the month) at The Scout Headquarters, Cromer Road, Beeston Regis at 7.00pm
Notices/Agendas are displayed throughout the Parish including four Parish Council noticeboards.
Minutes, when approved by the council, are available to the public at Sheringham Library. Draft Minutes are also available on the BRPC website.
The Parish Council produces a regular newsletter, "Beeston Regis News" for its parishioners which is delivered to all households.
The Parish Council welcomes the views and input from parishioners and always has a spot on its agendas for "public participation". The chairman regularly calls for adjournments during meetings to allow public participation on items where they have made a request to speak.
The Council is represented on numerous bodies and members report back to the Parish Council regularly.
The Council is a member of the Norfolk Association of Local Councils (NALC).
The precept for the year 2019/20 is £12000. Donations are made to numerous bodies including All Saints' Church (for the upkeep of the graveyard).
Copies of the accounts can be obtained from the Clerk.
A copy of the Chairman of the Council's Annual Report for 2019, along with the Income and Expenditure details, can be found in the Documents, Policies and Procedures, Legal Requirements section.
Take part in a survey to give your views on tourism in your area.
Statement of Persons Nominated
in relation to the
Norfolk County Council election.
The Beeston Regis Charities of Edmund Hooke and Unknown Donor
If you live in Beeston Regis and you are in need of financial assistance the Hooke and Unknown Donor Charities may be able to help. Grants may be made for a variety of needs such as household equipment, respite holidays, unexpected expenses associated with illness or bereavement and the like including costs of visiting loved ones in hospital.
To qualify you must live in Beeston Regis or the ancient parish of Beeston Regis (which stretched to Beeston Road in the west).
So if you think the Charity could help you please contact the Parish Clerk who will pass on your request to the Trustees. All enquiries will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
Unless due to sudden and unforeseen problems, the Trustees are not able to make grants for general debts such as Council Tax etc
All Saints Church
All Saints Church Beeston Regis is part of the Quintet Benefice of the Churches of Aylmerton, Beeston Regis, Gresham, East and West Runton.
Following a service on Monday 18th January at Holy Trinity West Runton the Revd Jeremy Sykes was licensed as interim Priest-in-Charge of the Quintet Benefice. He has been the Rector of Briston, Burg Parva, Hindolveston and Melton Constable for the last eighteen years.
He and his wife Lesley , who works for the Victory Housing Trust, will be moving into the Rectory in West Runton early in March; meanwhile he can be contacted on 01263 860280 or by email: Jeremy.Sykes@Dioceseofnorwich.org .
All the Churches in the Benefice are currently closed for services of worship and private prayer. However , a service will be streamed live each Sunday via Zoom . For full details of how to join in please visit the “services page” on the quintet website www.quintetbenefice.com
See 'Useful Information'