Wormegay Parish Council

Welcome to the new website for Wormegay Parish Council.

Over the next few months, we will be adding information about the parish council and the village, so please check back to see what is new.

Accounts for year ended 31st March 2016

Please note the accounts can be viewed until 12th August 2016, not 30th July as stated in the image.

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Meeting of the Parish Council 19th January 2016

Parishioners are invited to attend the next meeting of the Parish Council. Tues 19th January at 7:00pm in Tottenhill and Wormegay Village Hall.

Agenda 19th Jan 2016

Annual Meeting of the Parish

Our Annual Meeting of the Parish will take place on 14th April 2015, at 7pm in Tottenhill and Wormegay Village Hall.

Refreshments available.

Talk on Bee Keeping to follow the meeting.

Honey will be on sale.

Changes to recycling

From Norfolk County Council:

Join Norfolk’s recycling revolution

People have for some time demanded a kerbside collection for glass jars and bottles, plastic food trays, tubs and pots and cartons. Thanks to a new contract, negotiated by all the councils in Norfolk, it is now possible to recycle your glass bottles and jars and a whole new range of clean food and drink containers by simply placing them in your green recycling bin (or recycling bag if you have a bagged collection). These items are then transformed into useful , saleable materials.

This change, which is happening across Norfolk from October 1, has been made possible as the material recycling facility at Costessey has been extended and upgraded with cutting edge equipment to enable a wider range of materials to be processed.

Cllr Brian Long, Cabinet Member for Environment said: “This is a really exciting development and something that residents have wanted for a long time. By working with the other districts and NORSE, we have been able to secure a contract that means a whole host of materials can now be recycled via your kerbside collection service. Recycling will be a whole lot easier for people and should help us all reduce the amount of waste that gets sent to landfill. All we ask is that people rinse food from bottles, jars and plastic tubs before placing them loose in their bins.”

Support the Recycling Revolution campaign on twitter by using the hashtag #RecyclingRevolution. For more information visit www.recyclefornorfolk.org.uk