About this site
Welcome. This site has been created by the Parish Council to allow us to better connect with the people living and working in our town. You can read more about what the council does here and you can leave a response on most pages to let us know your views on the subject.
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Mrs. Rachel Curtis
Email: [email protected]
2 Ullswater Ave
Tel.No:- 01553 673043
For Bookings and information please contact:- Wendy Border on 07701 381555
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Facebook Page :- https://www.facebook.com/NorthWoottonVillageHall
Twitter :- https://www.twitter.com/northwoottonvh
Website :- www.northwoottonvillagehall.org.uk
North Wootton WI
For information contact:-
Useful phone numbers
Police non-emergency number
Bulky item waste collection service
Stray dogs / dog fouling / Litter / street sweeping / fly tipping / Street furniture / name plates
0500 253 2687
08457 145 145
08454 04 05 06
A local resident has produced an interesting walk around the Woottons.
To view please click link:- Woottons Walk
Can you help name and shame North Wootton vandals?
Lynn news have printed an appeal for help in finding the culprits of various acts of vandalism in our village.
Please click this link to see the full article:- Name and Shame
For all Wootton Park News and Information click the Wootton Park Tab above.
The Parish council has for some time been worried about parking issues around North Wootton School.
To highlight this to pupils and parents a competition was held to find the best road safety poster designed by a pupil.
The response was very good and the top seven posters will all receive a prize from the Parish Council.
Please click this link to view: Posters
North Wootton lies approximately 4 miles from the centre of Kings Lynn, Norfolk, bordering the North Norfolk coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It has a total population of around 2400, of which 1900 are on the Electoral Roll. The village is a mixture of traditional carrstone houses and newer developments, and is fortunate to have a shop, a community primary school, two public houses, a doctors’ surgery, a church and a large park shared with South Wootton.