Tilney St Lawrence Parish Council

serving the villages of Tilney St Lawrence, Tilney cum Islington and Tilney Fen End

Smeeth Lode view W from Gravel Bank, between Lordsbridge and Tilney Fen End.

The Lode flows northeast to Islington Pumping Station.

  • Caretaker /Handyman vacancy at Tilney St Lawrence Village Hall

  • The consultation for the 2024/25 Council Tax Support Scheme is now open

    Kings Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Council want to make their scheme more generous so that they can give, not only more help, but also extend its range so that more people will be eligible.

    In offering to help more households with 100% tax support they wish to ensure they take all opinions on board

    You can access the scheme by clicking on this link


  • Home Improvement Schemes & Cost of Living Support from Kings Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Council

    Home Improvement Schemes & Cost of Living Support

    The Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk is committed to improving dwellings across the borough and there are a number of fully funded schemes available for residents to take advantage of.

    If you’re interested in improving the insulation in your property, installing cleaner heating or even fitting solar panels, then please contact [email protected] for further information.

    Due to the rising cost of living, we’ve also identified the requirement for support mechanisms and initiatives being made accessible for West Norfolk residents. Once again, please contact [email protected] if you require support

  • The next meeting of the Parish Council will be held at 7pm on Monday 2nd October in the Tilney St Lawrence Village Hall .

    Details of the agenda will be under the Notices & Agenda 2023 tab when available.

  • Recycling of Small electrical Items

    Kings Lynn Borough Council are introducing a small electrical item collection in our area.
    For more information please follow the link to their website.
    Small Electrical Recyclable Items Information

  • Have your say on the County Deal for Norfolk

    A County Deal for Norfolk

    Introduction from County Council Leader Andrew Proctor

    “I’m delighted that Norfolk is well positioned to gain additional powers and money to improve people’s lives, thanks to the County Deal we have agreed in principle with the Government.

    “The aim is for decisions and funding previously controlled in Westminster to be agreed in Norfolk, for Norfolk.

    “Striking a deal will help us to boost our economy through jobs, training, housing and development, to improve our transport network and to support our environment.

    “Getting to this point shows that the Government sees Norfolk as a can-do county. I’m confident that we can make a success of this and that more powers and funding would follow.”

    Have your say

    Give us your views on A County Deal for Norfolk by taking part in our consultation.

    We’re holding a series of Community Drop-in events around Norfolk for you to find out more about the County Deal. See the list of dates and venues.

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  • Wellbeing Newsletter

    NALC Winter info for web

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