Letter regarding the use of Officers' Mess Badersfield

We have been asked by Norfolk Police to make this joint letter from Broadland District Council and Norfolk Police available for Parishoners to view.

Please see attached.



During these worrying times it is important that we as a community look after each other and follow Government Guidelines. 


If you have a new persistent, dry cough or fever (over 37.8 C) please stay at home for seven days.  

To prevent the spread of Coronavirus please regularly wash your hands for at least 20 seconds.

Observe the Social Distancing guidlines 

If you have an elderly neighbour, please telephone them to check they are ok and ask if they need any help with shopping or just want a friendly chat....  

More information can be found here

Community Support Hub

Colin Brown is a Coordinator with the local Community Support Hub based in North Walsham. Colin will be managing and directing volunteers to those residents who are most vulnerable, trying to ensure their needs are met. This can involve the collection and delivery of prescriptions, food deliveries and other tasks such as difficulties with utilities or even dog walking assistance.

There are a couple ways that residents can contact the Hub. Calls can be made to the Hub HQ on 01263 51600 where details of the residents needs can be recorded and then passed onto the relevant support hubs. Alternatively, you can email the Hub directly at , providing all relevant contact details and needs.

Stay safe and well everyone.

Our strap line is "the heart of the community" and the members of the Village Hall committee work hard to encourage this. We try to organise events that will interest village residents and if there's something you would like to see on the calendar, just let one of us know - we're always happy to have new ideas.

Please remember the Village Hall is for us all.

Parish Council Accounts - The accounts for 2019-2020 are currently being preapred but cannot be signed off until we are able to hold a full Parish Meeting. It is therefore unlikely that these accounts will be available for Public viewing until September 2020 at the earliest.

Skeyton Parish Councillor Vacancy - There is a vacancy on the Parish Council. Here is your chance to contribute to the things that affect the Parish and help shape the future of our community. To apply please see the attached notice


Cromer Community and Hospital Friends need to raise £350,000 to purchase equipment and furniture for the new North Norfolk Macmillian Centre at Cromer Hospital. 

To donate please visit


A poster for above will be displayed on Skeyton's Notice Board. 


2020 is going to be another exciting year for Skeyton Village Hall! The refurbishment of the toilets is complete thanks to funding from North Norfolk Big Society fund

Upcoming events - details on Events Page

Skeyton Church. We’re planning a History Evening for the spring next year. There will be a talk about village history and we’d also like to mount a small exhibition at the same time displaying photos, maps etc about the area. If you have anything you’d be prepared to lend us or information you can share with us, we’d love to hear from you. Please contact Sue on 01692 538873 or email

Coffee Morning at Skeyton Village Hall Cancelled until further notice

The Hall will be open on the first Wednesday of every month for coffee and cake. Do drop in between 10.30 and 12 midday – a warm welcome for everyone!

Regular events - details on Community Noticeboard
Cancelled until further notice


Visit the website regularly to see what events are coming up at Skeyton Village Hall and what's being discussed at Parish Council meetings.

Local community events can be advertised on the Community Noticeboard.  If you wish to advertise an event please phone Kate on 01692 538302 or Sue on 01692 53887

Skeyton Village Hall, Felmingham Road, Skeyton. Norfolk. NR10 5AS