Nordelph Parish Council


Parish Council Meetings:

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

Next Meeting:

Wednesday 19th January 2022

Monday 7th March 2022

Nordelph Village Chruch Sign

Village News:

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:

January Agenda 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:

Thu 13th January 2022

All About The Village Of NordelphNordelph Parish council

Nordelph is a rural community in low lying fenland some 4 miles from Downham Market and 9 miles from Wisbech. The majority of dwellings lie along the banks of the River Well Creek and Pophams Eau and are situated on the High Street which continues into Birchfield Road to the east of the bridge and extends to B1094 Silt Road and Coronation Avenue on the west of the bridge. There is a small isolated settlement of houses at Thorpe Terrace and Neatmoor just over a mile from the bridge.

There are four principal roads that run through the village forming an ‘X’ shape with Nordelph bridge at the intersection. Other properties are situated less densely along the A1122 Downham Road/Outwell Road towards Salter’s Lode and towards Outwell.

The Parish covers some outlying and isolated properties. It is bordered by the parishes of Barroway Drove, Upwell, Outwell and Downham West.

The village benefits from a large village hall which is well used for regular and occasional events with playing field, kitchen and toilets. There are no shops though there is a mobile Post Office each weekday and a mobile library.

The main industry is arable farming. There is a hand car wash on the Outwell Road.  

There is a wide range of age groups making up the population of approximately 350 residents and 200 houses.

Village History..

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Nordelph Village Hall