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This website has been developed and is managed by Burnham Market Parish Council to tell you how the Parish Council works for the community. 


Burnham Market is a village and civil parish that lies just inland of the North Norfolk Coast. The parish currently has 704 electors in 400 households. The parish falls within the district of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk.


The Parish Council, the first tier of local government, and the parish councillors serve and represent the local community.


The Council meets once a month in the Burnham Market and Norton Village Hall with the exception of August. Members of the public are very welcome to attend the meetings.

We are eager to share with you the work done on our residents’ behalf. Our Councillors' details are listed for your convenience and they along with the Clerk are extremely willing to listen to your problems and do all in their power to solve them. We are a tightly knit working band of people and aspire to making Burnham Market a good place to live.

If there is something you would like to know about Burnham Market Parish Council, we hope you will be able to find the answer here.

Parish Councillor Vacancies


The next Parish Council Meeting will be the 22nd of July from 6.30pm at the Village Hall


Parking Issues - please report to

Highways issues including potholes, overgrown hedges, trees, verges, footpaths etc -

Meeting Minutes

View meeting minutes from 2021 onwards

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