Council Meetings

Loddon Parish Council has an elected body of eleven Councillors, who meet in full on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7pm at the Library Annexe (except in the month of August). Members of the public and press are welcome to attend the meetings and can speak during the public forum should they wish to.

Loddon and Chedgrave Playing Field Committee meetings are quarterly in the Library Annexe and, unless stated otherwise, will commence at 7.30pm. The public are not invited to attend, but further information is available on request from the clerk.

Due to the Coronavirus restrictions, meetings are currently taking place remotely. If you would like to attend, please follow these instructions:


Download the following software: You can download the app/software at anytime ahead of a meeting. You do not need to create an account to attend a meeting. Just before the meeting is due to start, open the application and add the passcode on the Agenda.


If you are attending the meeting using your apple or android tablet/phone please download the ‘GoTo Meeting’ app from your app store. Just before the meeting is due to start, open the application and add the passcode on the Agenda.


Agendas are posted on the Parish Council notice board and website at least three working days before each meeting.


Minutes are available online or for inspection in the Parish Council office.

Remote Meetings


Meeting Dates

Full Council Meeting Dates for 2021

13 January 2021

10 February 2021

10 March 2021

14 April 2021 to include Annual Parish Meeting

12 May 2021 including the Annual Parish Council meeting

09 June 2021 including Audit Sign Off

14 July 2021

11 August 2021 (only held if required)

08 September 2021

13 October 2021

10 November 2021

08 December 2021

Playing Field Committee Meeting Dates for 2021

22 February 2021

21 June 2021

25 October 2021

01508 522 020

9am - 12pm Tuesday

9am - 12pm Wednesday

9am - 12pm Thursday

The Library Annexe, Church Plain 

Loddon, Norfolk, NR14 6EX 

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