WELCOME TO WORSTEAD PARISH COUNCIL’S WEBSITE, WHICH WE HOPE YOU WILL FIND USEFUL AND A PLEASURE TO NAVIGATE THROUGH. THE COUNCIL INVITES ALL RESIDENTS TO MAKE COMMENTS ABOUT THIS SITE, PLEASE EMAIL THEM TO email@example.com
Everybody is welcome to advertise local events in the “What’s On” section of the website, information about these events should be received by the Tuesday before the event takes place at the latest. Contact the Clerk for further information on the email address above. You can also leave your information in the letterbox at the office at the Queen Elizabeth Hall.
FOOTPRINTS IN THE SAND OF TIME
A HISTORY OF WORSTEAD
Written by Peter Brice and illustrated by Stefan Ganther this estimable book was launched at this year’s Festival.The book came about because of a desire to celebrate and preserve the history of Worstead in one volume of work and for future generations.Being sponsored by the Worstead Village Amenities Trust (no precept money involved], any profits from the sale of this book will return to the Trust to be used for the benefit of our community.The book is for sale for £9.95 from the Clerk or Ron Barrett.
This book can also be sent anywhere in the UK, postage will be added to the price.You know you want to ! All the best, Ron Barrett.
VISIT http://worsteadpc.norfolkparishes.gov.uk/category/queen-elizabeth-hall/ FOR NEWS ABOUT OUR QUEEN ELIZABETH HALL
the choir worstead presents
Songs for Christmas
Congregational carols and festive music
St Mary’s Church, Worstead Saturday, December 16, 4pm
Festive interval refreshments Collection for choir funds
Worstead Parish Council is seeking volunteers to help cleaning and painting the adopted telephone boxes in Briggate, Meeting Hill and on Station Road. A couple of hours of your time is all that is required.
Once cleaned and returned to its glory, these telephone boxes can be put to good use as a book exchange cubicle for example.
Worstead Village Amenities Trust sponsors the Over 60s Lunches. They take place every first Wednesday of the month in the Club Room of the Queen Elizabeth Hall and start at noon, finishing until about 2.00pm. Meals on average cost £2.50. Members also help on a rota basis, this is not compulsory but very much appreciated. If you would like to join, contact Gwen (01692) 536202, please note that numbers are limited to 25/30.
We also hold a raffle each month. Tickets are £1.00 per strip.
Once the summer arrives, the noise of outdoor life increases immensely: music appears to be played louder and people may speak louder.
If are you are unable to come to an amicable solution with the persons causing the problem, you can report the problem to North Norfolk District Council 01263—516085 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have old photographs, with or without a story, which could be included on the website in the Village History section? Please send them by email to the Clerk, with a small caption or a story.
CAN YOU HELP? Are you interested in our history? The Parish Council is looking for people who can help to set up a photgraphic history file. Contact details of the Clerk are on the right hand side of this page, if you know about the milestoen or would like to help.