SKEYTON VILLAGE HALL
& SKEYTON PARISH COUNCIL
THE HEART OF THE COMMUNITY
Cromer Minor Injury Unit
The Cromer MIU, in Mill Road, Cromer will be open seven days a week and its usual hours of 8am to 7.45pm from Monday 29 March. If you are unsure about whether Cromer MIU is the appropriate place for your healthcare needs, please call 01603 646230.
Be a part of Census on 21 Mrach 2021. By taking part and encouraging others to do the same, you'll make sure your community gets the services it needs.
Find out more at www.census.gov.uk
Food Waste Action Week Begins 1 March 2021
The waste management team at County Hall are launching a ‘Food Savvy Unlocked’ campaign as part of this year’s Food Waste Action Week. The campaign aims to celebrate the food saving tips we’ve developed during lockdown. The are looking for case studies to showcase the positive food habits prompted by Covid-19.
All submissions will be entered into a competition with the chance to win £100 worth of food kit including £50 worth of shopping vouchers.
Attached is a FoodSavvy Unlocked Needs You PDF which is a quick ‘how-to’ to help you submit your ideas.
All entries will be showcased on social media and the Food Savvy website.
Our New Village Sign !
As I'm sure you will have noticed we have a New Village Sign !
This was paid for by a donation from the Skeyton Trosh and from Parish Council Funds,
Our sincere thanks go to Mike Hicks for running this project.
For more pictures of the development please click here
During these worrying times it is important that we as a community look after each other and follow Government Guidelines.
Please find attached a leaflet explaining how parish residents who are forced to self-isolate can get help
More information can be found here https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
Postal Voting in 2021
On Thursday 6 May 2021 elections will be taking place in North Norfolk for Norfolk County Council, the Norfolk Police and Crime Commissioner Election. If you wish to vote by post contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 01263 516046 and a the District Coucil will send you a form.
Please see the updated Useful Links Page if you're concerned about yourself or a loved one, these mental health charities, organisations and support groups can offer expert help and advice.
Norfolk Citizens Advice Bureau
The Holt office of Norfolk Citizens Advice are now offering a limited service on Tuesdays and Fridays. Clients are invited to leave their details for a call-back when they will be interviewed over the telephone.
Adviceline 03444 111444 Email advice www.ncab.org.uk
here this isn't possible they will try their best to arrange a face to face appointment at the office, Kerridge Way, Holt N25 6DN
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. This can involve the collection and delivery of prescriptions, food deliveries and other general tasks, even dog walking.
Contact the Hub HQ on 01263 51600 or email email@example.com , providing all relevant contact details and needs.
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.
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 www.easydonate.org
A poster for above will be displayed on Skeyton's Notice Board.
Upcoming events - details on Events Page
Cancelled until further notice
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 Sue on 01692 53887