Wortwell Silver Festival will celebrate the 25th anniversary since the Community Centre was opened. The event is taking place on Saturday 16 September (previously planned for 5 August) at the Community Centre and you are all welcome to attend.
The event is a joint venture between Wortwell Community Centre Management Committee, Wortwell Parish Council, The Bell and villagers.
If you would like to get involved with organising, running stalls or events we would love to hear from you. Even better, please come to our next meeting at The Wortwell Bell on Wednesday 31 May at 2.30pm. If you can’t attend but would still like to be involved please ring Mags on 01986 788511.
We will be holding an ‘Auction of Promises’ and are looking for donations of time, skills or special treats e.g. gardening, car washing, home baking, music lesson etc from villagers. We would also like to hear from local businesses and tradespeople as we will advertise your business in the promotional flyer for the festival in exchange for a donation to the auction in lieu of a charge. Please contact Allison on 01986 788116 with your donations!
Wortwell Community Centre is shortly to acquire two table tennis tables. There must be a lot of people out there who, like me, used to enjoy playing but who haven’t done so for years for one reason or another. Or you may be a serious player looking for a nearby venue to practice. Either way, we’re trying to find out if the village has an appetite for either a club, or table tennis practice sessions. At this stage I can’t give you any further details but if you would like to register an interest please phone Simon Leggett on 01986 788789 or send me an email to email@example.com. We can then assess whether there is the demand to take it further.
I would like to warn owners of works vans that their has been in increase in this type of vehicle being broken into and tools being stolen. Please consider fitting an independent lock to the rear and side doors if you are not able to remove your tools when your vehicle is not in use or if you are unable to securely park your vehicle off road.
You can contact me by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01953 423773
Currently the Neighbourhood Team are working on the following priorities-
Speeding in Denton.
Anti-social behaviour at the recreational ground in Harleston.
Speeding and vehicle anti-social behaviour in Harleston.
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Would you like to start composting at home but don’t know how?
Norfolk County Council are offering free sessions for beginners to show you how easy it is to start and be successful.
Once you’ve attended a workshop we will send you a 220 litre compost bin FREE, to help you get started*.
The 2 hour workshops will be delivered by our Master Composters and will take place at the following:
||6.00pm – 8.00pm
Council Chamber, Broadland District Council, Thorpe Lodge, 1 Yarmouth Road, Norwich, NR7 0DU
||6.00pm – 8.00pm
||Tasburgh Village Hall, Grove Lane, Tasburgh, Norwich, NR15 1LR
||Pilling Park Community Centre, 23 Pilling Park Road, Norwich, NR1 4PA
||6.00pm – 8.00pm
||Church Rooms, Old Buckenham, All Saints Church, The Green, Old Buckenham, Norfolk, NR17 1RP
If you would like to come along to one of the workshops and learn more about composting and meet our Master Composter volunteers or if you have any questions please email: email@example.com or phone: 0344 800 8020.
Attendance at the workshops and eligibility for a free compost bin are available for Norfolk residents only.
An administrator is required to co-ordinate the charity business. There is a small salary attached to this post, which generally involves one meeting per year and sundry other tasks associated with this. Computer skills essential. Closing date for applications Thursday 1 June 2017.
For more information or to apply, please contact the Chair, Mrs M Perry, Waveney House, 23 Low Road, Wortwell, Harleston, IP20 0HJ tel: 01986 789158 email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to the village volunteers who took part in South Norfolk Council’s annual ‘Big Litter Pick’ on the morning of Tuesday 4 April.
The next production to be presented at Wortwell Community Centre is “As The Crow Flies” on 24th March at 7:30 pm. Based on a true story of a woman who struck up an unlikely friendship with a wounded crow, this new play was written specifically for rural touring and features live music, original songs, great drama – and a crow called Alfie. A heart warming story of friendship, healing and kindness.
Next visits to Wortwell:
Friday 12 May & Friday 9 June
Willow Close 14.15 -14.30
Sancroft Way 14.35 -14.45
The Packway 14.50 -15.15
PC Jim Squires, in his role of Community Engagement Officer for South Norfolk, is the link between the community and the police and hopes to empower you to have your say in the way they deliver their service,
He can be contacted on email@example.com or 01953 423773.