About this siteWelcome. This site has been created by the Parish Council to allow us to better connect with the people living and working in our village. You can read more about what the council does here and you can leave a response on most pages to let us know your views on the subject.
Contact UsClerk: Mr L Mills Tel 01263 735521 firstname.lastname@example.org
Every little helps…Please use the bottle bank in Oulton Street - your Parish Council gets rewarded financially so its worthwhile!
The Oulton Airfield Solar Farm, located within the Parish of Oulton in Norfolk, provided £10,000 for the following community projects:
Cawston Parish Council – £500
Towards the Grow, Make and Bake Show
Cawston Bowls Club – £3,000
Towards a new heating and hot water system
Oulton Parish Council – £4,919
- Oulton Parish Noticeboards – £2,930
- Improvement of playing field facilities – £1,989
Cawston Church of England Primary Academy – £1,581
Playground improvements including fire escape from bus
We are busy preparing for the village Box Day event on Saturday 17th June at 3pm.
There will be the traditional fun and games, great story telling in the story yurt and music to dance to.
There will be food a plenty and we look forward to seeing yet more amazing cakes and treats created by you talented village folk.
Don’t forget if you can make something – anything for under a fiver, then bring it along and leave it in the marquee to be judged by our panel. There will be four aged categories, but no other restrictions as long as it didn’t cost more than a fiver to make and you made it in Oulton! So get creating and making, we look forward to seeing the results of you talented lot!
We could do with a little help serving refreshments in the marquee throughout the day. If you can spare a small amount of time to help out, it would be very much appreciated. If you can email Nicola on email@example.com to let us know, that would be great.
All we need now are you wonderful villagers to come along and the weather! What more could Oulton wish for? Oh – and don’t forget your BBQ food.
We really look forward to seeing you all there for a very special and unique village day.
The Nash and Poole families
On Saturday the 13th May the village of Oulton once again proudly welcomed back the veterans of RAF 100 Group and their families.
The usual afternoon tea and cakes were presented, followed by a short ceremony at the memorial. In addition, this year they were joined by current serving members of the USAF and RAF, standing proudly side by side at Oulton as they did 73 years before.Whilst ill health keep a few of ‘our’ veterans away, four did make it – including, for the first time, one from the USA.
Whilst ill health keep a few of ‘our’ veterans away, four did make it – including, for the first time, one from the USA. Our veterans from left to right in the picture are: –
Our veterans from left to right in the picture are: -Major Rafael E Ramos (36th EWS. USAAF.)
- Major Rafael E Ramos (36th EWS. USAAF.)
- Andrew Barron (223 Sqn)
- Stan Forsyth (DFC 192 Sqn)
Phil James MBE (192 Sqn)Shown together with serving members of the RAF from Marham and the USAF 36th EW Sqn, Eglin Airbase Florida.
Shown together with serving members of the RAF from Marham and the USAF 36th EW Sqn, Eglin Airbase Florida.
Despite the passage of time, RAF Oulton remains an important site and place for families and historians to visit and the village is keen to welcome them always. The afternoon concluded with a fly past by a vintage aircraft that proved an emotional finale for many.
We will remember them!
Oulton Parish Council
invites you to the
ANNUAL VILLAGE MEETING
To be held on TUESDAY 16TH MAY 2017 at 8pm in the
OLD CONGREGATIONAL CHAPEL, HALL ROAD.
Please come along and hear what your Parish Council have been doing over the past year and listen to reports from speakers from the National Trust, local District Councillors and the Church.
- Apologies for absence.
- Presentation by National Trust
- Questions to the National Trust
- Annual Report of the Chairman of Oulton Parish Council
- Annual Reports from the Police, District Councillors, County Councillor, the Church
- Residents’questions and any other business
Note that National Trust representatives will be presenting their proposals for the development of a caravan, camping and timber lodge holiday site with associated infrastructure on land around Middle Farm, off the Aylsham-Saxthorpe road. The PC is keen that as many parishioners attend as possible to share their views on this significant development for the village and its surroundings.
So come along and meet your friends and neighbours and find out what is going on in your village. Refreshments will be served!