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|Brian Smallcombe - Chairman||Litter Picks||Profile|
|Carol Garrett||Emergency Plan & Parish firstname.lastname@example.org||Profile|
|Juliet Pierce - Vice-Chair||Footpaths & Rights of Wayemail@example.com|
|Village Survey Co-ordinator and VAS coordinator||Profile|
|Richard Quinton||Facebook firstname.lastname@example.org||Profile|
|Jackie Quinton||Primary School Liaisonemail@example.com||Profile|
|Andrew Nunn||Emergency Planfirstname.lastname@example.org||Profile|
|Mike Howard||Police Reportsemail@example.com||Profile|
|Parish Clerk - Sarah Clarefirstname.lastname@example.org||Profile|
Sarah Clare is the Parish Clerk for Worlingworth, Sarah lives in Bacton so is not visibly present in the village as our previous clerk, but don't worry if you have matters that you wish to bring to the attention of the Parish Council, you can contact Brian Smallcombe (Chairman), any member of the Council or Sarah via her email address which is email@example.com
All members of the public are welcome at Parish Council meetings. If you wish to have an item added to the agenda, please contact a Parish Councillor.
Agendas and Minutes of Parish Council meetings can be found on the Parish Council meetings page.
The 2016 Annual Report by outgoing Parish Council Chairman, Carol Garrett, can be found here
Worlingworth PC has now introduced a short standard form for groups and organisations seeking grants from the Council. To read more, and to download the form, please go to the Finance page.
A new short form has been created to collect information on road safety and speeding within the village. It is important that information of this nature is collected as it can form evidence when asking for speed limits or road safety measures. To download the form please click here, the completed forms can be returned to the Parish Clerk
The Parish Council is delighted to report that Worlingworth won the District round of the Village of the Year competition and came third in the final county round, also being joint winners of the Wildlife competition. As a result, we have been sent a cheque for £200 and we will be presented with a Village of the Year plaque (which we keep indefinitely) and a Village of the Year sign which we display for what we believe is two years. The Parish Council has yet to decide how it will spend the £200.
We also won £75 in the Wildlife competition.
Many thanks to everyone who has helped the village achieve this level of recognition, particularly those who were present at the last round of judging and who put in so much effort to "showcase" all that is positive and good about our community and its people.