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Welcome to Marsham Parish Council



Marsham is situated 10 miles North of Norwich off the A140, and 2 miles south of Aylsham.


The Parish Council

Ever wondered what your Parish Council is here to do?  The Parish Council is made up of 7 members who all live in Marsham and represent the village on various matters.  We are effectively the third tier of local government, the other two being Norfolk County Council and Broadland District Council.

We meet at 7:00 pm usually on the Second Monday of the month at the Village Hall, High Street, Marsham - due to Covid-19 this has been disrupted with meetings now being held at the Church. 

The public are very welcome to attend and we encourage people to speak during the open forum which is part of each formal meeting.

The agenda for the coming meeting can be found on our website or on the notice board outside the village hall.

The Council meet at the Church to ensure we can provide a safe an atmosphere for the public during this global pandemic. you can find the agenda for the next meeting here. 

One of the things that some volunteers who are also part of the Parish Council do, is gather data on speeding in the village. You can find out more in the SAM 2 unit section of the website here

Parish/Town Elections: Thursday 4 May 2023

Notice of Uncontested Election