About this site
Welcome. This site is provided by Wortwell Parish Council to keep parishioners informed of their Council’s activities and to allow us to better connect with the people living and working in our village. You can read more about what the council does here and you can leave a response on most pages to let us know your views on the subject.
We endeavour to keep the content current, but maintenance is generally limited to posting of Parish Council minutes and agendas and local news and information received from third parties. In the event that any reader should notice any error or omission, please contact the Clerk.
Mrs Lua Leggett
The Old Village Hall
65 High Road
Tel: 01986 788789
mail to: [email protected]
Category Archives: Useful information
Norfolk County Council Wellbeing Newsletter – Help Available to Support Norfolk Residents with Living Costs
Norfolk County Council’s Cost of Living Support Scheme has a £7.7m package of support to help households struggling to pay for food, fuel, energy and water bills, and other essentials. If you come across anyone who needs help with their … Continue reading
The Parish Council would like to inform villagers that the police are aware of the recent vandalism at the playing fields. Both plain clothed and uniformed police officers will be regularly patrolling the area and will take action against offenders.
Disabled Facilities Grants You could get a grant from your council if you’re disabled and need to make changes to your home, for example to: widen doors and install ramps improve access to rooms and facilities – eg stairlifts or … Continue reading
The Help Hub works with partners to get you the right help, whatever the situation.
With the Love Local, Spend Local campaign we are asking our residents to make a conscious decision to spend a little extra every month with local businesses. The idea is that a small change by many people makes a big … Continue reading
Please refer to this poster for a course starting at Wymondham Leisure Centre on 18th January to assist unemployed residents back into to work. This course is free t0 any South Norfolk resident. We already have a team who worked … Continue reading
Helpful information from the Norfolk Strategic Flood Alliance.
Norfolk County Council has produced helpful information of Winter Help for Norfolk residents which you can view here