Film Screenings at the Burnham Market & Norton Village Hall:
Wednesday 7th September: Downton Abbey, a new era - The Crawley family goes on a journey to the South of France to uncover the mystery of the Dowager Countess's newly inherited villa, from 3.30pm
Wednesday 21st September: Belfast, a young boy and his working class Belfast family experience the tumultuous late 60's.
Become a local councillor and make a difference
We have vacancies to fill, so if you would like to make a difference and be involved in shaping the future of our community, please contact the Parish Clerk. You will be invited to attend our next Parish Council Meeting on completion of the co-option form. For more details, see the Co-option Vacancies Poster.
15th May 2022 - Figaro Owners Club on the green from 9.00 am to 11.00am
Saturday 16th July 2022 - with the Carnival Parade starting on the Green in front of the Hoste, making its way through the village to the playing field, led by a marching band from Watton. Gray’s funfair will be in attendance as usual. The marquee on the field will show the usual competitions for flowers, vegetables, cookery, photography, handicraft and children’s art etc.
The Burnhams Flower Show & Carnival
21st August 2022 - The 45th Craft Fair will be held and volunteers are required to help run the actual event and planning for future events.
The Burnhams Newsletter
The Burnhams Newlsetter has been historically a parish magazine for the Burnhams Benefice covering Burnham Market, Burnham Sutton-cum-Ulph, Burnham Norton, Burnham Overy and Burnham Thorpe.
It has been going since the Victorian era, over time the Newsletter has grown into a Local Community Magazine but we have added a twist of content so that it is also of interest to people living around the area and visitors.
This enables greater exposure for The Burnhams Community’s Local Events, Clubs and Fundraisers – as well as its Advertisers – many of which are Local Businesses and Trades.
Copies of the magazine are distributed door to door to all residents as well as pick up points in selected local shops, cafes, post office, surgeries and pubs (pre-covid – but not to some of the above currently). We also publish the magazine online and have a growing online free subscription readership because the readers enjoy our magazine and its contents!