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What We Do

The Parish Council is responsible for:

  • the recreation ground

  • the play area

  • the allotments

  • commenting on planning applications

  • the village notice board

  • general maintenance around the village

The Village of Stoke Holy Cross

Welcome to the website of Stoke Holy Cross and Dunston Parish Council. This website has been created by the Parish Council to allow us to better connect with the people who live and work in our community. You can read more about what the council does and leave a response to let us know your views on the subject.

Stoke Holy Cross Parish Council


The Parish Council is made up of members who all live in the village and represent the village on various matters.  We are effectively the third tier of local government, the other two being Norfolk County Council and South Norfolk District Council.

News and Information

April 2022

Election of District Councillor

Statement as to persons nominated

Our Annual Parish meeting will be held on Thursday 14th April at the Church Hall at 7:30pm. We have a special guest attending Deputy Lieutenant Bryony Faulks who will presenting a plaque for our community's resilience in the year of the pandemic 2020-2021. This is also a great opportunity to discuss any parish affairs and to hear about what the Council and other organisations have been working on in the village. We look forward to welcoming you all. Refreshments will be provided.





Stoke Holy Cross Village Sign

14th April 2022 -  Annual Parish Meeting

The Annual Parish Meeting will be held at the Church Hall at 7:30pm on 14th April 2022. Everyone is welcome and are looking forward to seeing you there. Refreshments will be provided.

Stoke Holy Cross Pavilion

23rd June 2022 - Parish Council Meeting

The next meeting of the Parish Council meeting will be held at the Pavilion Hall at 7.30pm on 23rd June 2022. There will be an opportunity for parishioners to ask questions and comment on items on the agenda at the beginning of the meeting. We do ask please that you keep your comments brief. Anyone is welcome to attend the meeting.