Cley Services and Facilities
There is an allotment site on Church Lane. The main entrance to this is next to the Village Hall on the Fairstead. There are currently some plots available on the site.
- Central village location
- Water supply on site
- The site is a west facing slope
- Adjacent car parking
- Allotment Holders are members of the National Allotment and Leisure Gardeners Association
Please visit our Allotments page for more details.
Or you can contact the Parish Clerk or simply use our contact page to get in touch.
There is a free village car park adjacent to the Village Hall, which is on the Fairstead. You can use it as a visitor or if you are a resident.
For directions click the marker icon.
Cley Parish Church
St Margarets Parish Church welcomes you to its services. Please see the church notice board for service details.
Telephone: 01263 740044
Holt Medical Practice
Telephone: 01263 712461
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital at Colney, near Norwich
Telephone: 01603 286286
Telephone: 01263 513571
Holt Dental Practice
Telephone: 01263 712335
Wansbeck Dental Practice
Telephone: 01263 710757
Please poop and scoop! Dog waste bins are provided by the Parish Council and are situated on Newgate Green near to the Church entrance, the Village Hall Car Park, Cley Beach and on the Coast Road.
In the event of a storm surge being predicted in our part of the North Sea the Flood Wardens service swings into action to help and advise those residents at risk. Full details are available via this link: Flood Info
Norfolk Wildlife Trust
Norfolk Wildlife Trust is the oldest Wildlife Trust in the country. The purchase of 400 acres of marsh at Cley on the north Norfolk coast in 1926 to be held ‘in perpetuity as a bird breeding sanctuary’ provided a blueprint for nature conservation which has now been replicated across the UK.
The shingle beach and saline lagoons, along with the grazing marsh and reed bed support large numbers of wintering and migrating wildfowl and waders, as well as bittern, marsh harrier and bearded tit.
A new eco-friendly visitor centre to the east of the village, on the Coast Road, opened in 2007 containing a café, shop, viewing areas (including viewing from a camera on the reserve), exhibition area, interpretation and toilets.
Norfolk Wildlife Trust is delighted to open the Simon Aspinall Wildlife Education Centre from Saturday 28 March 2015. The Aspinall Centre will allow them to expand and develop their programme of events and they can now offer an extensive range of new and exciting events. See their website for details.
The view from the visitor centre across the Marsh to the sea is breathtaking. There are also new boardwalks and hides making Cley Reserve into a major attraction.
The CoastHopper bus stops just outside the centre.
Wanting to make a planning application or concerns about a planning application?
Planning applications and advice on planning matters such as extensions to your house, are obtainable from North Norfolk District Council. Planning applications can be viewed on the NNDC web-site.
The Parish Council will be consulted by the District Council about planning applications. Planning is advertised on site and on the parish council notice board.
If you wish to comment about any application you should write to Planning Services, Council Offices, Holt Road, Cromer, NR27 9EN and send a copy of your letter to the Parish Council.
The nearest Primary School is at Blakeney. There is also a Primary School at Langham. The catchment area Secondary School is at Wells-Next-The-Sea. Greshams, a co-educational independent school in Holt, has a Pre-Prep, Prep and Senior Schools.
The Village Hall is situated on the Fairstead at Cley. It has a large car park adjacent to it. Also adjacent is a Children’s play area. The Hall is available to hire. There is a large meeting room which has the following facilities:
- Seats 150 theatre style
- 96 dining style
- Full stage
- Large 80 space car park
- Recently modernised Kitchen
- Large drop down screen
- Hearing loop
- Smaller clubroom which can be hired jointly or separately
It can be used for wedding receptions, parties, dances, lectures, meetings and concerts. The Hall is used by many organisations regularly and for a variety of activities. The regular users include:
- Cley Amateur Dramatic Society
- North Norfolk Exhibition Project
- Norfolk Wildlife Trust
- The Women’s Institute
For booking details contact Gunhild Espelage on 01263 740186
Adjacent to the Hall is a football pitch and a play area.
Waste and Recycling
Waste collections are on alternate weeks – green bin one week – black bin next week. Collection day is now Wednesday.
In your green bin you should only put paper, cardboard, food tins and drink cans and aerosols.
Brown garden waste bins are available from North Norfolk District Council for an extra charge. Brown bins are collected alternate Thursdays.
We have recycling facilities on the Village Hall Car Park at the Fairstead. These are a glass bottle bank and a clothing bank. Please leave your glass at our bottle banks as the community receives money for recycling its glass. The clothing bank benefits the Salvation Army.