ST STEPHENS STREET CONSULTATION

Please note that a public consultation is currently taking place about plans to revamp St Stephens Street and its surrounding area.  As you may know, council leaders have recently received confirmation that Norwich is to receive £32 million for public transport improvements as part of the Transforming Cities initiative.  This £4.8 million scheme has recently…

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EVRA Annual General Meeting for 2020

EVRA will not be holding its AGM this year. Government regulations and advice on meetings and gatherings means that we will not be able to hold our usual meeting at Eaton Golf Club. We have explored options for holding an AGM online but the logistics of this for EVRA were just too onerous. However, we…

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Picturing the Pandemic

During our Scarecrow Trail in August we noted that Norfolk Museums Service had initiated a “Picturing the Pandemic” campaign to collect memorabilia to share the experiences of lockdown. We submitted our Scarecrow Trial as an example of what we were doing here in Eaton Village to celebrate our heroes of lockdown.   Our Scarecrow Trail…

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Damage to cars:

We have been alerted to a number of cars being damaged by “keying” of the paintwork over the past few days. At least five cars on Kingswood Close, one on Amderley Drive and two on Cheyham Mount were damaged. The incidents occurred on Thursday/Friday night (17/18 September) and again on Sunday 20th. These have been…

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Opportunities for Singing and Reading

While restrictions on gatherings continue the County Council is providing opportunities to join in with singing and reading in the comfort of your own home. See their website for more information about the free services offered. https://www.norfolk.gov.uk/libraries-local-history-and-archives/libraries/library-services/health-and-wellbeing/online-resources Here is information from Norfolk County Council for those of you who have missed the singing sessions led…

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EVRA Subscriptions:

Our recent Newsletter asked that residents pay their subscription through online banking to avoid our treasurer having to handle large amounts of cash and paper to process these. We are aware that some residents are unable to use online banking or do not wish to do so. In such cases you can pay your subscription…

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Eaton Burial Ground:

You may have passed the entrance to the Eaton Burial Ground on Church Lane many times but not visited the site itself. It is a surprisingly large and open space set between the houses on Church Lane and backing onto Merrow Gardens. The site is quite tranquil and green with several benches where visitors can…

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