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  • New Defibrillator in Carlton Colville

    New Defibrillator in Carlton ColvilleThank you so much to Jane. A lovely lady who tirelessly campaigns and fundraises to get this life saving equipment out there. Big thanks to Ross for installing it. Thanks also goes to the Methodist church for agreeing to it being installed on the church wall. . This defibrillator is registered with the ambulance service. If it's needed the ambulance service will give you its location and code.

  • New Office Sign

    New Office SignA huge thank you to Colin at Graphic Solutions EA for designing and supplying our new office sign!

  •                                         Mr Wade trip a visitor all the way from Colville, Washington USA

    Mr Wade trip a visitor all the way from Colville, Washington USAHis home town is a little different to ours. He lives in converted barn with his wife, with stunning view over Colville. The have an enclosed garden with a gate to the woodland where there is a stream and bears and cougars ! Thank you to Caroline Bown and her friend Wade Tripp for allowing me to share this with you. Read more

  • St Peter Church Christmas Tree Festival

    St Peter Church Christmas Tree FestivalSt. Peter’s Church, Church Lane, Carlton Colville welcomes you to our Christmas Tree Festival, Friday and Saturday, 8th & 9th December, 10am to 4pm or Sunday, 1 to 4pm. Free entry. Refreshments: tea, coffee & cakes daily; lunches 12 to 2pm on Friday and Saturday.



 Sentinel Leisure Trust, in partnership with Waveney District Council, Waveney Norse and Carlton Colville Town Council have secured the majority of funds via Town Council, WDC and future S106 funds for the improvement of the Carlton Meadow Park Skate Park.  The aim is to provide a bespoke park based around a plaza for skateboards with a natural circular flow whilst retaining some functionality and interest for other users (BMX, scooters etc.).  The design will cater for a broad range of experienced riders and with sufficient interest and challenge to provide long-term interest to all users.

The Town Council would be interested in any business or individual who would like to contribute to this exciting amenity and in return would offer sponsorship boards at the park following completion.

Please contact the Town Council Clerk on if you would like to be involved with funding.

The final design will be decided upon by the end of December 2017 with the project being completed summer 2018.


Alison Ayers

Telephone 01502 521959


The Clerk is normally available Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays between 8.00 am and 3.00 pm at the Town Council Office, adjacent to Carlton Colville Community Centre, Hall Road, Lowestoft NR33 8BT