WELCOME TO BRISLEY, NORFOLK
Come to Brisley, visit St Bartholomew’s Church, watch Cricket on Brisley Green, enjoy our new village amenity or relax at the fully refurbished Brisley Bell.
Brisley is a small parish situated in the North West of the County of Norfolk, England. The village is equidistant between the towns of Fakenham to the north and Dereham to the south. The census of 2011 states that the population at that time was 286.
The medieval church of St Bartholmew sits firmly in the centre of the village now, as it has done so since the Middle Ages. The village is flanked by 2 Greens, one to the north and the other to the south, combined these Greens make up one of the largest surviving grazing commons in Norfolk.
Next parish council meeting: Wednesday 4th September 2019
THE BRISLEY DEFIBRILLATOR
The Defibrillator is located at the village hall. Alongside the defibrillator, we have a group of community volunteers who can be contacted in emergencies on the following number:
This is a community run system and, upon dialling the number, all volunteers are contacted in an attempt to raise help locally. If no volunteers are available, the caller will be notified.
ALWAYS DIAL 999 FIRST IN AN EMERGENCY, IF A CHANCE ARISES THEN DIAL THE NUMBER ABOVE.
The latest edition of the Police Parish Newsletter is available to read. Upper Wensum Newsletter - August 2019read more
NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL (BRISLEY) (EMERGENCY NOTICE) TEMPORARY TRAFFIC RESTRICTION 2019 Road Traffic Regulation Act, 1984 – Section 14(2) In accordance with the provisions of Section 14(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act, 1984, the Norfolk County Council HEREBY GIVE...read more
The Duck Race Night, planned to raise funds for the roof replacement fund, has been postponed, it appears that some of the Ducks are Norwich City season ticket holders and are off to the game that Saturday evening whilst one or two of the others are drinking cider...read more