Tasburgh Parish Council


Welcome to the website of Tasburgh Parish Council.

We do hope you find your visit helpful and that you call back regularly as the contents are often updated.

If you have any comments or suggestions (good or bad!) do please let us know using the contact information to the right.

The parish of Tasburgh (pronounced taze-bruh) is a civil parish and a village in the south of Norfolk, England. The River Tas flows nearby and Tasburgh Hall lies to the west of the village. The local church is dedicated to St. Mary the Virgin.

Most of the parish is located in what is known as Upper Tasburgh (located just off the A140) with housing being built here during the early 60’s.

Lower Tasburgh retains a more rural aspect with many of the original houses remaining from the early 19th century and also includes Rainthorpe Hall.

The village also contains the remains of an Iron Age Hill Fort (more information from Norfolk Archaeolgical Trust)

From the 2011 census we know that there are 467 households, housing 1,149 people.

We are well served by a Public House, a Village Hall (which hosts the outreach Post Office service), a Sports and Social Club, a football pitch and outdoor play area, Preston Primary School and St Marys Church.

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Public Participation

Parish Councils have a legal obligation to allow members of the public access to its meetings, but there is no obligation to allow for public debate.

Tasburgh Parish Council does permit the public to speak at its meetings and has published some advice Here


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