Earsham Village Sign


The village of Earsham is situated in the Waveney Valley, just off the A143 in between the market towns of Harleston in Norfolk and Bungay in Suffolk, and forms part of the Angles Way, a historic path following the county boundaries of Norfolk and Suffolk.



Earsham Parish Council agreed to sign the Civility & Protocol Respect Pledge in November 2022 – please follow the link for more information on this project

Civility and Respect Project (nalc.gov.uk)


NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL proposes to make a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order (STRO10486) affecting the A143 Old Railway Road/ Bungay Road from its junction with B1332 Norwich Road for 1647m south westwards in the PARISH OF EARSHAM to facilitate verge repair works.

The road will be temporarily subject to a 40mph speed restriction from 4th March to 26th April 2024 for the duration of the works expected to be about 54 days within the period.

Alternative route is N/A.

If necessary, the restriction could run for a maximum period of 18 months from the date of the Order.

Penalty: £1000 maximum fine on conviction and/or endorsement for contravention.

In the event of the start date being delayed the new start date will be displayed on site in advance.

The team dealing with enquiries at Norfolk County Council is South Area Streetworks (Community and Environmental Services Department) contactable by telephone at 0344 800 8020 or email at [email protected]. Details are also available at https://one.network.

Dated this 23rd day of February 2024.

Katrina Hulatt, Director of Legal Services (nplaw), County Hall, Martineau Lane, Norwich

Proposed Planning Application – Land north of The Street, Earsham for up to 25 dwellings 

Site map demonstrating location and boundaries of the SN0218REV site in Earsham.

The link below will take you directly to the South Norfolk site where you can view all the comments made on the proposal including the responses made by Earsham Parish Council.  If anyone would like further information, please contact the Parish Clerk by email [email protected]



Earsham is very fortunate as there are three defibrillators in the Village available 24/7, the locations are:-

  • The Village Hall, Milestone Lane/The Street
  • The Football Pavilion, Earsham Playing Field off The Street/Princess Way
  • The Old Mill on Church Road – there is a defibrillator in place on Old Grumpy’s cafe external wall

Always read the information on the defibrillator box and follow the instructions closely to gain access to the defib.

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