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New Buckenham Parish Council is the first tier of local government in the village.
Most local public services are provided by Breckland District or Norfolk County Council, but the Parish Council is the closest to the people it represents. Confusingly its local council is called a "Parish Council" even though it is separate from the parish church of St Martins, (which has a parochial church council to look after its internal affairs).
New Buckenham is an historic market town, now effectively a village, in the Breckland District of Norfolk, England.
Surrounded by mixed farmland, it lies some 15 miles (24km) SW of Norwich, 4 miles (7km) from Attleborough and 8 miles (13km) from Diss.
Of particular interest and linked to its long history is the layout of streets in a near orthogonal medieval grid pattern.