With immediate effect the cemetery and churchyards are now closed to the public EXCEPT for funerals and burials until further notice.
If you have been isolating due to a suspected case of Coronavirus it is important that you dispose of your waste differently to help avoid the spread of the virus.
Personal waste (such as used tissues and disposable cleaning cloths) should be stored securely within disposable rubbish bags. These bags should be placed into another bag, tied securely and kept separate from other waste.
For advice on the Corona Virus, please go to the website below for more information.
What is coronavirus?
A coronavirus is a type of virus. As a group, coronaviruses are common across the world. Typical symptoms of coronavirus include fever and a cough that may progress to a severe pneumonia causing shortness of breath and breathing difficulties.
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED
TUESDAY 28th JANUARY 2020
Due to unforeseen circumstances the parish council meeting will have to convene tonight in a private room at The Gaultree Inn, Emneth as the Committee Room at Central Hall is currently unavailable due to ongoing refurbishment at the village hall.
Alternative venues have been investigated but nothing is available.
It is not ideal to hold a meeting at somebody's house (although we could do if we
Meeting with Conservative party candidate for South West Norfolk Liz Truss
South West Norfolk Conservative parliamentary candidate Liz Truss will be taking part in a question and answer session at Worzals Café, Lynn Road, Walton Highway on Monday 2 December 10 am- 11am. All local residents are welcome to come along.
Please click the link HERE to download a guide into the new ways of contacting Norfolk Police to report offences etc.
A PDF version can be downloaded HERE
The consultation for the 2018/2019 Council Tax Support scheme is now open and can be found at www.west-norfolk.gov.uk/ctsconsultation
As in previous years, the Council is keen to hear views on the scheme from as many of its residents as possible. It would be a great help if you could encourage people in your area to have a look at the details and complete the questionnaire.
4th May Local Elections - Join The Vote
You may have seen that bad weather is on the way and we are likely to see high winds in parts of the East of England tomorrow (Thursday, 23 February).
Campaign to reduce pressure on A&E this summer
Holidaymakers and tourists will be encouraged to “Choose Me Not A&E” as part of a campaign to help people find the right NHS service for them this summer.
The Choose Me Not A&E campaign aims to provide people with vital information about which health care service is right for the symptoms they have.
Your local NHS services are changing find out HERE why..
November 17, 2014
Local NHS campaign urges patients in West Norfolk and Wisbech areas to ‘Choose Me Not A&E’ this winter
A high-profile campaign has been launched across West Norfolk and the Wisbech area to help people choose the right NHS service for them.
The ‘Choose Me Not A&E’ campaign aims to provide people with vital information about which health care service is right for the symptoms they have.
LIVING INDEPENDENTLY in LATER YEARS (LILY) is an online directory for West Norfolk that brings together information about a wide range of activities, services, advice and guidance, primarily for the over 65s, providing an easy-to-access, easy-to-use reference and signposting guide.
LILY is arranged into ten simple-to-search categories and there are useful filters and quick links that make finding information quick and easy.
Join Norfolk’s recycling revolution!
People have for some time demanded a kerbside collection for glass jars and bottles, plastic food trays, tubs and pots and cartons.
also note, the AGM will now be held on Tuesday 20th May 2014 (and not
the 27th of May)!
Please note that the Norfolk Mobile Library service will now call every 4 weeks rather than fortnightly previously.
The full timetable has been updated and can be found on the library timetable page.
Salt is used to prevent ice forming. It does this by reducing the freezing point of water already on the road surface.
However, even when roads are treated there is no guarantee they will be completely clear of ice or snow.
April 15th 2013
The new green cabinet in Gaultree Sqare has now gone "live" which means that internet providers are now able to accept orders for superfast fibre broadband (FTTC).
You WILL need an additional fibre modem installed in your home which then connects to your existing broadband router (a new router may also be provided by your internet provider).
Jan 10th 2013
No doubt you will have seen the BT Open Reach vans in the village recently and wondered what is going on?
The Open Reach team are laying the new fibre optic cables from the BT exchange in Wisbech to the green telephone boxes (the main one being in Gaultree Square).