Nordelph Parish Council


Parish Council Meetings:

All Parish Council meetings are held in the village hall at 6.30pm

Next Meeting:

Mon 23rd May 2022

Mon 11th July 2022

Nordelph Village Chruch Sign

Village News:

Police Community Update - Be SCAM Aware

Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel Meeting

Ukraine Crisis

Police Safer Cummunity Update Feb 2022

Free Online Energy Session

Police Safer Cummunity Update Jan 2022

Winter 2022 Extra Support

Police Safer Neighbourhood Community Update December 2021

Community Project Funding Nov 2021

Defibrillator Training

Nordelph Community Emergency Plan October 2021

Safer Neighbourhood Action Plan (SNAP) Oct 25th

Parish Councillor Vacacny October 2021

Healthwatch Norfolk

National Highways Survey

QE Hospital Petition

QE Hospital COVID Patient Helpline

Community Project Funding Information

Ouse Washes Middle Level Barrier Bank Works Dec 2020

Norfolk Winter Covid Support Scheme

Local Restriction Tiers - What You Need To Know

Business Support Grants

Census 2021

Norfolk Assistance Scheme

National Restrictions From 5th November & Local Information

Borough Council Green Homes Grant

Alive Active Community Newsletter Sep 2020

Latest update from the Borough Council on Covid-19

Latest Update For Borough And Parish Councillors

Wisbech Foodbank Information

COVID-19 Information

Parish Council Members Updated

Bus Time Tables Added

Mobile Post Office Times Updated

Norfolk Police New Online Reporting Information

Mobile Library Visits Updated

Jobcentre Near Me

Power Cuts Call 105 - New Free Number


Council News:

May AGM Agenda

April Annual Parish Meeting Also Chairman and NCC Report

April Minutes Added

Annual Parish Meeting Agenda Added 

March Minutes Added

February Minutes Added

December Minutes Added

October Minutes Added

August Minutes Added

July Minutes Added

Annual Accounts 2020/21 Added

May Minutes 

Annual AGM Agenda

Annual Parish Meeting Report April 2021

April Minutes

Annual Parish Assembly Agenda

March Minutes

Council Governance Updated

Governance Pages Updated

January Minutes

Council Employers Liability Insurance

Repsonsibilities Matrix Added

Annual Account For 2019/2020

Transparency Code 2019/2020

Notice Of Public Rights 2020


Website last updated:

Tue 17th May 2022

Ukraine Crisis

Information for people affected by the conflict in Ukraine and for people who want to do something to help

If you are affected by the conflict

The government’s Ukraine Family Scheme has been set up to help people come to the UK if they are family members of British nationals or family members of people settled in the UK. You can apply for a visa on the GOV.UK website.

If you have lost contact with family members in Ukraine, you can email, giving your full name and telephone number for help in finding them.

Please keep trying to contact them in the meantime as the loss of contact is often temporary. This service is for finding people, it is not for help with transporting people out of Ukraine.  

The government’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office website has lots of information about the Ukraine conflict.

If you want to help

The best thing you can do is make a financial donation because it will go to the organisations who can organise help for people on a large scale.  

We particularly recommend giving through the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC). This is because it’s a national organisation working on behalf of 15 large charities to co-ordinate donations.

There are many smaller appeals. If you do decide to donate to a smaller charity, protect your donation by checking the charity first at Charity Checker.

If you would like to donate goods, please check local media and social media because the collections change all the time – this is because different charities will organise their own collections, which may include different lists of goods that they’re looking for.  

A good place to start is the charity Access. They work with migrants in this area and their Facebook page will tell you when and where they are collecting and what items they are looking for.

You can also make other offers of help – housing, jobs, settling in or specialist services – through the GOV.UK help refugees page. You need to choose East of England, then Norfolk.