Pickenham Hub

3rd February 2020

At the heart of every great community is great community spirit!

That’s why I was delighted to officially open the Pickenham Hub in North Pickenham this past Saturday.

Back in December 2018, St Andrews C of E Primary Academy closed in the village due to falling student numbers. However, rather than allow this important community asset to be lost, the North Pickenham Community Project group sprung into action and worked tirelessly with local councillors, and myself, to secure the site for generations to come – as a hub where clubs and meetings can continue to take place for local communities in the area.

This is a real example of local residents doing things ‘the Norfolk Way’! Working together to ensure local community spirit isn’t lost because of such setbacks, but instead safeguarded through innovative means!

The Hub is outstanding and a real achievement for all those involved! The hard work has now been done to get it open. Now, it’s down to us as local residents to ‘use it, or lose it!’

To learn more, please visit the Pickenham Hub website here, or read more in the EDP’s recent article on the launch here.

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