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
South Norfolk and Broadland Council have produced some guidance regarding their new joint, single website and platform.
A new Befriending Service has been launched with the purpose of providing telephone and/or face-to-face befriending to help improve self-confidence, emotional health and wellbeing, reduce social isolation and promote independence. The service is available to anyone over the age of … Continue reading
Two recently re-launched grants are open to those that live or go to school within Broadland or South Norfolk. The Community Coach Development Bursary aims at assisting to upskill coaches and volunteers within their chosen sport. The Sports Grant is … Continue reading
Read the latest community update from the Safer Neighbourhood Team. At 6.00pm on Monday 5th July 2021 the Harleston Safer Neighbourhood Team will be holding a virtual public meeting via Microsoft Teams (Teams app is available to download for free … Continue reading
The Chances project supports individuals in Norfolk actively seeking employment, together with those distant and disengaged from the jobs market. Chances is completely free and voluntary. We work with people who are: • Aged 18 or over • Unemployed for … Continue reading
Are you fed-up with doing the same walks? At this time, many people are walking more than usual and may be interested in finding new walks. The Walking in Suffolk website has many walks available for free download and printing. … Continue reading
Information concerning flooding and what to do and who to contact
If you need help or know someone who needs assistance, your local district council has a support network in place and its easy to get in touch.
Please help us help children who need us across the County. Probably the most important thing you can give any child is love and security. You don’t need a degree or academic qualifications, just love, common sense a strong sense … Continue reading