EMNETH PARISH COUNCIL

SERVING THE VILLAGE OF EMNETH

Council Meetings

Monthly Parish Council Meetings Take Place In The Village Central Hall

Meetings start at 6.30pm


Next Meeting:


Tuesday 30th April 2024




Parish Council  Information:


March Minutes

February Minutes

January Minutes

December Minutes

Biodiversity Policy For Emneth Parish Council

November Minutes

Annual Accounts Conclusion Of Audit March 2022/23

August Minutes

July Minutes

June Minutes

Various Governance Updates

Annual Internal Audit Report 2021/22 Added

Notice Of Public Rights 2022/23

Code Of Conduct Updated

May Minutes (AGM)

April Minutes

Parish CIL Annual Report

April Agenda And AGM

March Minutes

February Minutes

January Minutes

November Minutes

October Minutes

September Minutes

Annual Accounts Conclusion Of Audit

August Minutes

July Minutes

June Minutes

Annual Governance Statement 2021/22

Notice Of Public Rights 2021/22

May Annual Meeting Minutes

April Minutes

April PA Minutes And NCC Report Added

Governance Section Added

March Minutes Added

February Minutes Added

January Minutes Added

Annual Parish Community Infrastructure Levy Receipts 2020/2021

Employer Liability Insurance Certificate Added For 2020/2021


Village Information:


National Grid Infrastructure Updates

Telegraph Poles

Church Road - Road Closure April 2nd/3rd

NEW QEH Modernising Our Hospital March 2024

Flooding Information Added

Hungate Road Emergency Road Closure

Bus Timetable Updated

Can We Beat Your Bills - Wed 13th March Central Hall

CWA Repair Cafe Sat 16th March

Norfolk Business Awards

Norfolk Families Set To Gain More Support

Police News Community Snapshot

Do you know a local hero - nominate them now!

Tram Depot Memento Unveiling Phase V

Go Digital Funding

Careline SCAM

Norfolk Befriending Service

Household Support Fund Winter Support

Norfolk Wins - Local Community Lottery

Small Grants Scheme

County Deal Infographic The Key Points

Police News / Contacts

RNAA Norfolk Farming Scholars Competition

New Hosts Sought For Ukrainian Families Accross Norfolk

Mobile Library Visits Updated

A County Deal For Norfolk

Queen's Green Jubilee Tree Canopy

Borough Council Health And Wellbeing - Help Is At Hand If You Ask

Questions About Policing In Norfolk?

WISBECH INCINERATOR UPDATE

Borough Council What Are Your Priorities For Helping Rural Areas?

Fuel Collective Oil Buying Scheme

Police Reporting Change To Parish Newsletters

Anglia Water Strategic Network Programme

Police Community Update - Be SCAM Aware

Norfolk Warm Homes

Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel Meeting

Ukraine Crisis

Healthwatch Norfolk

Mobile Library Timetables Updated

New Emergency Alert System

New Phone Number To Report Flooding

Wisbech Foodbank

Speeding Issues In The Village

Census 2021

Mobile Library Dates

Norfolk Police New Online Reporting Information


Website last updated:

Wed 17th April 2024

New Phone Number Launched To Report Flooding In Norfolk

A new single point of contact for flooding in Norfolk has been launched, allowing residents to report any sort of flooding quickly and efficiently.

In the event of flooding residents can call 0344 800 8013 to report it.

Alternatively, residents can continue to report flooding online via www.norfolk.gov.uk/flooding

The new number gives residents a single point of contact and allows reports to be made swiftly.

Different agencies respond to different types of flooding, which has historically made reporting a flood by telephone more complicated when and where it is not possible to ascertain the source of floodwaters. The new number provides a single point of contact making the reporting of flooding quicker and easier.

Where there is a potential risk to life from flooding people should still call 999 immediately.

Lord Richard Dannatt, Chair of the Norfolk Strategic Flooding Alliance (NSFA), said: “When flooding hits, people have to make quick decisions on how to react. For those who want to alert others and report a flood, the process of finding the right agency could be slow and frustrating, wasting valuable time. This new initiative makes reporting a flood faster and easier, allowing residents to get on with protecting their families and property.

“The introduction of this number is the result of the work of the NSFA over the past few months, and is the first step in the Alliance’s programme of work to address the risks of flooding in Norfolk and will make dealing with flooding in our county simpler and easier for the people of Norfolk.”

A leaflet detailing the new number, including a pop-out-and-keep card, is being delivered to households across Norfolk this week to ensure everyone knows how to report flooding in the county.

The new number has been set up by the Norfolk Strategic Flooding Alliance, a partnership of agencies across Norfolk working to provide a consistent and coordinated response to flooding in the county, while also making communities and infrastructure are safer and more resilient. The number is staffed by Norfolk County Council officers and funded by the County Council.