Welcome to the village of Mulbarton
This site is run by the Mulbarton Parish Council for the residents and people interested in Mulbarton.
Please click on the buttons above to discover more about the village and the Parish Council. An updated Welcome booklet is available here.
News and updates
If you need help you can contact South Norfolk Early Help Team
on 01508 533933 (8.15am -5pm) / out of hours on 0800 389 6109
or complete their online self-isolating form at https://www.south-norfolk.gov.uk/residents/communities/coronavirus
NEW: (25.07.20): South Norfolk Council – Public Notice – Statement of Community Involvement (2017) – Consultation on minor amendment
A47/A11 Thickthorn Junction improvement scheme leaflet – more about the scheme can be found at https://highwaysengland.co.uk/projects/a47-thickthorn-junction/
NEW: (15.07.20):Have you received your copy of the community consultation leaflet for Dudgeon and Sheringham Shoal Extension wind farm project and want to find out more? Click here for more information.
Lost your pre-paid return questionnaire? Then use the above link to find out how to comment on the proposals.
NEW:(23.06.20): Accounts for the year ending 31st March 2020:
Annual Governance and Accountability Return 2019/20 Part 3. Full details on financial reports page
NEW: (22.06.20) From: Norfolk ALC Well-Being Task & Finish Group on behalf of: Norfolk Resilience Forum – Community Support Postcard
Despite the lifting of government restrictions around social contact, there are still many people in the county who are lonely, unsupported, isolated and digitally excluded and we need your help to get the message out that, if people call the Norfolk County Council call centre we will be able to support them to access services. We are also aware that as people return to work, and the number of community volunteers reduces, a central support will be helpful to a number of people.
More information here, including link to downloading a copy of the postcard for residents that you may know who do not use a computer. There is also a link to a card for carers who may need extra help.
NEW:(10.06.20): Police Community Update – 10.06.20
NEW:(23.05.20): Police Community Update – 21.05.20
NEW: (15.05.20) Police Community Update
NEW: (09.05.20):Norfolk County Council has made the decision to re-open eight of its larger recycling centres on Monday 11 May. This follows the Government’s updated guidance issued on Tuesday by Defra (Department of environment, food and rural affairs) which advised that local authorities should seek to retain access to HWRC services for their residents to dispose of waste. The sites reopening are Dereham, Thetford, Caister, Ketteringham, Mile Cross, King’s Lynn, Mayton Wood and Hempton Recycling Centres.
All twenty of Norfolk’s recycling centres have been closed since 25 March 2020 when the Government restricted travel outside the home to limited essential purposes. The guidance issued by Government this week states that householders should only take waste to a HWRC if it cannot be stored safely at home and no alternative disposal options are available. So we are asking residents to only make a trip to a site if their waste and recycling is posing a risk to their health and safety. More information here
NEW: (02.05.20): Information from the DASVB about two new free live chat facilities that are now available from the Pandora Project and Victim Support. Click here for more details.
Norfolk Community Foundation – quick guide to getting involved plus lots of useful information and websites links. Click here to view.
NEW: (01.04.20): From Travel & Transport, Norfolk County Council County Hall: Please find public transport information attached. This is to assist with finding the latest information about what public transport services are operating in your area.
This document offers links to the most up to date source of information, as operators have been changing services at relatively short notice as they react to government guidance and the latest situation. In addition, if a member of the public in Norfolk is having trouble accessing essential services or supplies please call 0344 800 8020.
Unfortunately most bus stop information on street will not be up to date.
Mulbarton and District Men’s Shed: for more information contact them via email: firstname.lastname@example.org . More information about Men’s Sheds can be found at: mensshed.org.uk
NEW:(05.09.19): Accounts for the year ending 31st March 2019:
Annual Governance and Accountability Return 2018/19 Part 3. Full details on financial reports page