The next ordinary meeting of the Parish Council is to be held on 7pm Monday 5th October 2020, to be held via remote attendance.
Details of the agenda and link to the virtual meeting location will be available in due course, under the Meetings/Agenda/2020 tab.
Please see attached police poster regarding scam awareness. To report suspicious activity call 101 or report it a norfolk.police.uk. In an emergency dial 999.
Scam Awareness Poster
The Notice of Public Rights has been published under the Official Notices tab of this web site. The unaudited Annual Governance & Accountability Return has been published in the Finance and Annual Return section.
If you are a vulnerable person, you can call the Norfolk helpline on 0344 800 8020.
There is now a central contact point in place for all residents in Norfolk requiring support. Individuals in need should call 0344 8008020. More details can be found by clicking here.
A team at the County Council will assess calls, identifying existing Children’s and Adult’s Social Care clients and passing other requests through to district community hubs to implement the support needed.
All residents will have received letters sent by their district council providing details of support options. Individuals who have been identified as vulnerable may also have received additional letters from the NHS and local GPs. Local District Councils have also been calling individuals who have been identified as vulnerable as part of a collective effort to get help where it is needed. Please only call if you are unable to ask friends or neighbours for support.
You can also find useful information on the Norfolk County Council website www.norfolk.gov.uk. Or the Borough Council of Kings Lynn and West Norfolk website https://www.west-norfolk.gov.uk/coronavirus
The Notice of conclusion of audit of the accounts for the year ended 31st March 2019 has been published under the Finance and Annual Return tab of this web site. The audit report, the accounts, and the Annual Governance & Accountability Return have also been published in this section.
Finance and Annual Return
One parish councillor continues in keeping Tilney St Lawrence tidy with his litter picking efforts.
In 2018 Councillor Jerry McManus collected the following items from the pavements and road sides of Tilney St Lawrence:
- 131 black bin bags
- 2 car tyres
- 1 sandbag
- 1 lawnmower
- 1/2 fence panel
- 1 metal frame
- 2 colostomy bags
- a plethora of used nappies
- assorted electrical items, plumbing and building materials
A big thank you to Cllr McManus. Please give him a hand by picking up all the rubbish you can.
Help stop fly tipping ruining our countryside. Report incidents and offenders on https://www.west-norfolk.gov.uk/info/20013/street_care_and_cleaning/160/fly-tipping_illegal_dumping
See attached poster for the NHS Stay well this winter campaign poster.
First Signs Poster
Follow the link below to find the nearest job centre: