Welcome to Beetley
Beetley is a Parish situated 3 miles north of Dereham on the B1145.
It covers an area of 4.25 square miles and at the last Census (2001) had a population of 1,385.
In 1935 it was amalgamated with the neigbouring parish of East Bilney.
The parish has a Village Hall and a Recreation Ground that includes a football and cricket pitch.
At Beetley River Meadows there is a play area situated near the White Water river.
The Parish Council is trustee or owner of land at Beetley Common and East Bilney which provide walks and areas for viewing wild life.
Do YOU want to make a real difference?
...and get involved in the important issues in the Villages such as environment, playground, speeding , buildings and planning regulation and many other issues? If so then why not become a Beetley Parish Councillor. We meet on the first Thursday of each month in Beetley Village Hall.
If you are interested please contact the Clerk, or attend one of our meetings and get a feeling as to what is involved. We're happy to answer any questions you may have.
Speed Watch Volunteers Needed
The Parish continues to suffer from drivers speeding through the villages. The Police recently hosted a road safety meeting attended by County Councillors, Speed Watch team representatives and members of the
public. At the meeting the Police strongly pointed out how much they appreciated the work of the Speed Watch teams and how this led to more effective road safety policing. Beetley Parish Council supports the Beetley Speed Watch team. If you would like to assist, or to find out more, please contact George Hayes via email@example.com.
Beetley Community Car Scheme Urgently Needs More Volunteer Drivers
Would you like to become more involved with the community in Beetley Parish? Do you have a few hours to spare? Do you hold a current driving licence? Hours are flexible to suit you payment is made at 45p per mile.
If you are interested please contact Angela Leigh on 01362 861112 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.