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.

Office opening hours

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: (28.10.20): Police Community Update dated 28.10.20

NEW:(24.10.20): Offshore Wind Power WITHOUT Destroying the Norfolk Countryside. The crowdfunding page to support a Judicial Review is live at: https://www.crowdjustice.com/case/offshore-wind-power-without-de/ More information on windfarms can be found on the planning page.

NEW: (20.10.20): Please find attached a leaflet, from Norfolk County Council, explaining how residents who are forced to self-isolate can get help

NEW: (14.10.20): The Mobile Libraries are back out on the road with safety measures currently in place for both staff and visitors. Click here for timetable of visits.


  • there will only be 1 person or household (of up to 3 people) aboard at a time
  • please bring your library card with you or join in the library or online
  • we may ask for details from you to help with Test and Trace
  • you will need to wear a face covering in the library
  • hand sanitiser is available for use on the way in and out of the library
  • surfaces and computers will be regularly wiped down
  • returned books will be quarantined for 72 hours

NEW: (05.10.20): NORFOLK PARTNERSHIP AGAINST SCAMS – National Trading Standards Scam Team have produced a useful leaflet.  It is especially useful for people at risk and those who support them, but it will provide valuable pointers to us all.

Hope you can give this the widest possible distribution because it contains invaluable advice for almost everyone. Please click on link for the anti-scam leaflets,  www.friendsagainstscams.org.uk .

NEW: (03.10.20): From Norfolk Constabulary’s South Norfolk Engagement Officer, PC Andrew Hudson:  This year it is the 25th anniversary of National Hate Crime Awareness Week 2020 which will take place from 10th – 17th October 2020.

Norfolk and Suffolk Police take this type of crime very seriously and is committed to tackling it to make our communities safer.

What is ‘hate’ – Hate is when an offender is hostile towards an individual’s or group’s identity because of prejudice against their protected characteristics: • Race, ethnicity or nationality • Religion or belief (or lack of) • Disability (this may include physical, sensory, learning disability, or mental health) • Sexual orientation • Transgender identity

What are hate incidents and crimes – Hate Incidents and Hate Crimes are acts of violence or hostility directed at victims because of who they are or who someone thinks they are. A Hate Incident is when the victim or anyone else think that something has taken place that was motivated by hostility or prejudice based on a person or group’s protected characteristics. When Hate Incidents become criminal offences they are known as Hate Crimes. Any criminal offence can be a Hate Crime if it was carried out because of hostility or prejudice against a person or group’s protected characteristics

Please see attached new posters from Norfolk County Council which incorporates the new logo for SHiN.

For more information on how to get involved, head to https://www.stophateuk.org/hate-crime-awareness-week/

NEW: (12.09.20): Annual Governance and Accountability Return 2019/20 Part 3.

Notice of conclusion of the audit, which details the right to inspect the Annual Governance & Accountability Return for the year ended 31 March 2020 and Section 3 – Certified AGAR (Sections 1, 2 & 3) can be found on the financial reports page.

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.

Mulbarton and District Men’s Shed: for more information contact them via email: mulbartonmensshed@gmail.com . More information about Men’s Sheds can be found at: mensshed.org.uk 

Temporary Traffic Restriction Orders: details on can found here.   (updated 15.09.20)