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Entrance to the Bircham Centre from the Market Place

Entrance to the Bircham Centre from the Market Place

Bircham Centre

The Bircham Centre is a charity regulated by the Charity Commission and is based in Reepham in mid-Norfolk. The charity’s main asset is a house that overlooks the town square, within which there are community meeting rooms, a library rented by Norfolk County Council, a shop run by the charity’s volunteers and an art gallery.

Broadland District Council

Broadland District Council

Citizens Advice Bureau

Drop in for free advice every Wednesday from 10 am – 12.30 pm at the Police Station, Market Place, Reepham

Reepham Library

Books for loan – information, education, leisure; LARGE PRINT books; Books on tape; Language courses on tape; Information service; Community Information; Book request service; Self Service; DVDs; Internet Access (free)

Monday: 2-7pm; Wednesday: 9.30-1pm; 2-5pm; Friday: 10am –1pm; 2-5pm; Saturday: 9.30am-12.30pm

 

Norfolk Police

There are a number of ways you can get in touch with Norfolk Constabulary depending on the urgency and type of request.

By phone, dial 101 to speak to Norfolk Constabulary. Always dial or text 999 in an emergency.

Reepham Police Station

Reepham Safer Neighbourhood Team

Your Safer Neighbourhood Team works in partnership with other local agencies where you live to identify and address community concerns.

Inside St Michael’s Church, Reepham

Inside St Michael’s Church, Reepham

St Mary’s Church, Reepham

Reepham is unusual in that it has two linked medieval churches – St Mary’s and St Michael’s in its churchyard, one hiding behind the other. Originally there were three – the remains of the third are still apparent. St Mary’s is used for main services.

St Michael’s, newly refurbished (May 2011) is used for occasional services and as a hall serving the church and wider community.

St Mary’s and St Michaels's Churches, Reepham

St Mary’s and St Michaels’s Churches, Reepham

Reepham Methodist Church

Norfolk County Council

Contains information on local services, business opportunities and tourism. Norfolk County Council are responsible for Schools, Fire Service, Libraries, Highways, Footpaths, Registrar, Social Services, Waste and Recycling sites.

Norfolk County Council

Reepham Nursery School

Offers childcare for pre-school children (from age 2 years 9 months until school)
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 9.30 am – 3.30 pm, Friday 9.30 am – 12.30 pm

Reepham Primary School

Reepham Primary School

Reepham High School

Reepham 6th Form College

Reepham 6th Form College

Reepham Life

Reepham Life is a free newspaper that is published monthly (10 issues a year) and distributed to more than 1,100 homes in Reepham, with additional distribution points within the town and in surrounding villages.

Each issue is read by an estimated 3,500 readers and features the latest local news, readers’ letters, forthcoming events, news on local sports, schools, churches and more.

It also features regular reports from the various clubs, societies and community groups in the area, including the Town Council, the Chamber of Commerce and Police. As well as being an informative publication, keeping the community aware of what is going on in the town, it aims to provide something of interest for everyone, including residents, businesses and visitors, both young and old.

For a full list of Community / Voluntary Organisations in and around Reepham , please see the directory on the Reepham Life Website.

Reepham Churchyard

Whitwell Common

A Hidden gem full of rare flora and fauna, designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) near Reepham.

Find us on Facebook at Whitwell Common, Reepham, Norfolk or email

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