Welcome to the community website for North Elmham
North Elmham is an active community with (pre-Covid19) much happening on a regular basis. This website is intended to be a non-commercial resource of useful information about what is going on in the local community, rather than a news-based website.
HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
It was with great sadness that the Parish Council heard of the death on 9th April of the Duke of Edinburgh, a loyal, brave and influential husband and consort. The members send their sincere condolences to Her Majesty the Queen and to all members of the Royal Family. A link to the book of condolence can be found at www.royal.uk
The Elmham News is printed and delivered each month but is also available here for those who prefer to read it electronically. Previous issues since April 2020 can be found on the Elmham News Magazine page of this website.
CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLES' ACTIVITIES SURVEY
This is just to remind you that the Parish Council's survey for village activities will be delievered with the May edition of the Elmham News. Please start thinking now about what sports and play activities would be most popular in the village.
Look out for the survey as this will be your chance to have your say on these important matters.
Please click on the cover of the magazine to open
If you have information to share with the village or updates for existing information/contacts please contact us. We also welcome your photos to enhance any of the pages. We look forward to hearing from you soon!
Coronavirus (COVID‑19) update:
Norfolk County Council have asked local councils to give further, wider publicity to some key messages about Coronavirus. We are all horribly aware that we are by no means out of the Covid‑19 woods yet and the situation is changing almost daily.
The Protect Norfolk Campaign realises there are four key measures which everyone should adopt to help prevent a resurgence of Coronavirus which are:
a. Frequent and Regular Hand Washing with soap. The ‘regular’ bit of this means: washing hands when it is possible or likely you have had contact with surfaces that may be contaminated such as goods in shops or surfaces used by people outside your bubble. Use water above 77o Fahrenheit or 25 o Centigrade.
b. Social Distancing. Keep at least two metres apart wherever possible
c. Use a Face Mask when in public places
d. Stay at home as much as possible.
Additionally: everyone should observe any special rules for particular events or circumstances which are continually being updated. For the latest information these are definitive and reliable sources.
· the BBC News App
Remember: these measures are to protect not only yourself but everyone else you come in contact with.
Further information can be found on the Protect Norfolk Campaign page on this website