Welcome to Trunch Parish Council
The Parish Council comprises 11 members elected every 4 years. The Parish Council meets on the first Wednesday of every month.
The public are always welcome to attend our meetings, and at every meeting we allocate 30 minutes which is dedicated to Public Participation. Please do come along and find out what is going on and help shape the future of Trunch.
Trunch is a village and parish in North Norfolk. This is situated three miles north of North Walsham and two miles from the coast at Mundesley.
The parish covers 5.5 square kilometres. Our picturesque village centre has the fine medieval church of St. Botolph and a number of typical old Norfolk Flintstone Houses within a designated conservation area. The recorded history of the village goes back to the time of the Domesday Book.
The Parish Council is responsible for:
Representing residents on important local issues.
Commenting on planning applications
The village noticeboards
Managing the allotments
General maintenance around the village