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THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL  WILL TAKE PLACE VIA "ZOOM" ONLINE AT 730pm ON TUESDAY 4 MAY 2021 via Zoom

PLEASE SEE AGENDA NOTICE IF YOU WISH TO ATTEND

AT PRESENT WE PLAN TO HOLD THE ANNUAL PARISH MEETING ON 25 MAY 2021 IN THE OLD CHAPEL.

 

PLEASE NOTE THE PLAY EQUIPMENT AREA IS OPEN BUT IS NOT BEING REGULARLY CLEANED. PLEASE ABIDE BY SOCIAL DISTANCING RULES AND SANITISE / WASH YOUR HANDS

 

Oulton is a small parish in Norfolk. Situated north west of Aylsham, next to Blickling and its Hall. The parish contains the Congregational Chapel, a delightful example of an early non-conformist chapel. It is open to visitors on the second Sunday of every month from April to October.

The Chapel is a Grade II* listed building of red brick with double curved gable ends looking from the outside just like a house. Inside are original panelling and galleries (with original box pews) on three sides supported on slender columns. Outside a few of the marker stones remain from the old grave yard.
A small orchard to the west of the Chapel can be used as a picnic area. The Chapel may be booked for weddings, meetings and concerts. Occasional services are held.