Coronavirus Information

 

Helping your Neighbours:

If you are able to offer support to your neighbours, please print a “If you are self-isolating, I can help” postcard and pop through their postbox.

Please put your own health and safety first, and follow government guidelines regarding social distancing.

Cromer & District Foodbank

You can contact us by telephone Monday to Friday 9am until 3pm

PHONE

07826 376343

WEBSITE

EMAIL

[email protected]

 

North Norfolk District Council has today launched the North Norfolk Business Impact Survey. The responses to the survey will be vital to building our business intelligence and our understanding as to scale of impact the pandemic has had on local businesses. The results of this will inform our recovery plans and provide the evidence base to potentially influence future business funding or business support programmes.

If you are a local business, then please use the link below to complete the survey:

www.north-norfolk.gov.uk/tasks/economic-growth/information-for-businesses-affected-by-covid-19/

UK Power Network will continue to support those who need help the most during a power cut

  • We continue to offer free additional tailored support and guidance to customers on our Priority Services Register if they experience a power cut, reliant on electronic medical equipment or with young children.
  • For more information on our Priority Services Register, please visit www.ukpowernetworks.co.uk/priority to register, or call us on 0800 169 9970.

Holiday Accommodation – ADVICE

As a rural village who attracts many tourists – please may we remind you that holiday cottages and B & B accommodation should be closed as per government requirement.

Please be aware that fines are being imposed if found to be breaching this guidance.