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King’s Coronation Community Celebrations
Hingham Town Council are inviting applications for grant funding from community organisations/charities/clubs, who are planning to put on community events to celebrate the King’s Coronation.
Application must be received by the Town Clerk by 5pm on Friday 31st March 2023
To make an application, please use the form below.
King’s Coronation Celebrations Grant Application Form
Please note, all applications will be considered by the Town Council at their meeting scheduled for 04 April 2023.
Payments for grant funding cannot be made to individuals.
There is an official Coronation Emblem available.
The Coronation Emblem
The official emblem of the Coronation of His Majesty The King and Her Majesty The Queen Consort has been unveiled by Buckingham Palace. The emblem has been designed by Sir Jony Ive KBE.
The emblem will feature throughout the celebrations in May, including the Coronation Service at Westminster Abbey and the Coronation Concert at Windsor Castle on Saturday 6 May, as well as national events, street parties and community gatherings. The emblem will also be used for all official merchandise commemorating the Coronation of The King and The Queen Consort, and across digital and social media.
Emblem resources: https://royalcommunications.wetransfer.com/downloads/be06526e77ab6228f1643383319bba1520230209112850/9995a6d1e2dcc4dbd62d34a5e524222020230209112850/c59f63
The next meeting of Hingham Town Council is on 04 April 2023
Hingham Town CouncilHingham Neighbourhood Plan
FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE THE HINGHAM NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN WEBSITE Click here
Hingham Town Council have agreed to undertake a Neighbourhood Plan. The first stage of which is to designate the Neighbourhood Plan area, this designation has been made and accepted by South Norfolk Council, the Neighbourhood Plan area is defined as the parish boundary.
To see the Hingham Neighbourhood Plan Area, please click here
What is a Neighbourhood Plan?
A Neighbourhood Plan is a community-led planning policy document to guide future development in the parish. It can include policies about the use and development of land and buildings and types of development over the next 20 years . It may contain aspirations for improving the area or providing new facilities.
A Neighbourhood Plan will become part of the Local Development Plan for the area. It will not be able to change the policies or block development allocations in the Greater Norwich Local Plan but will be able to influence future GNLP reviews.
Neighbourhood plans cannot STOP development, but they can help to SHAPE it as they are used to determine planning applications.
How is the Community Involved?
A Neighbourhood Plan is written with the community, so it contains the key issues that are important to residents and businesses. There will be several opportunities for ideas and views of the community to be given through events and formal consultations. When the Neighbourhood Plan has reached completion, there will be a referendum to decide if it is adopted.
Why does Hingham need a Neighbourhood Plan?
A Neighbourhood Plan will make a difference to the future of Hingham. It gives the community a stronger voice on planning matters, types of development and future allocations of land for development.
It can help to identify what facilities the community would like and what they want to see protected.
If a Neighbourhood Plan is in place a greater proportion of the Community Infrastructure Levy fund is made available to the parish so there is more money available for community infrastructure projects.
Greater Norwich Local Plan
Greater Norwich Local Plan Regulation 19 Consultation Response March 2021
(Greater Norwich Local Plan consultation response March 2020)
Greater Norwich Local Plan consultation response