Trunch Parish Council
Welcome to the Trunch Parish Council web site

          Ordinary Meetings       

Due to the impact of Coronavirus, Ordinary Meetings will be by video conferencing using Zoom. 

Any member of the Public wishing to participate in meetings must contact the Chairman to obtain a link to join the meeting using a desk top computer, laptop, tablet or mobile phone. The next meeting is on 7th April commencing at 7.30pm
        Please see the Coronavirus leaflets by clicking on the 'Documents' Tag above and going into sub tag 'Reports'

Neighbourhood Plan for Trunch

   Why a neighbourhood plan?  What can it do for Trunch?

A Neighbourhood plan allows us to work together and build relationships within the community, to help strengthen the pride that we take in how our village develops and grows over a period of time and to influence the planning process regarding how our village looks now and for our future generations.

We need your help – we need you to join us to help develop this plan. You are the most important group of people who can           influence and help us to make sure that this plan is successful.

How can you do this – by working with the Parish Council – by joining the Steering Group – by completing and sharing your thoughts when we are consulting with you.

Help us to shape our village.
This is our opportunity to shape the village for the future and it starts here, and it starts now. Let us work together to make this a success.

So come and help us to shape our Village.

Contact us at or contact Councillor  Richard Miles at 01263 721107

Norfolk County Council - Tourism Survey

Norfolk County Council invite the residents of Trunch Parish to take part in a survey on how you feel about tourism in your area.

The survey is part of the Norfolk County Council EXPERIENCE project and is about summer and winter tourism. It will be carried out every six months over the next 2-3 years.

Take part here:

More information:

  • The results will be used to tailor the activities of the project and to better understand the benefits and disadvantages of tourism for local people.
  • Anyone who is over 18 and a resident in Norfolk can take part.
  • There’s a prize draw for £40 of Jarrold vouchers for participants (excluding employees of Norfolk County Council and their families, and anyone involved in the prize draw).  
  • The survey closes at midnight on 16 April 2021.

Jane Wisson
Tele:07818 026809 Email:

Brian Boughton
Tele: 01263 720252