Welcome to Welborne, a small and friendly village of fewer than 100 households.
Tucked away deep in the idyllic English countryside of Norfolk, 16 km West of Norwich, we are a close knit community with a vibrant social calendar centred around the Village Hall (The Old Schoolroom) and Church.
Feel free to explore our village website and see the variety of activities and social events that take place within our community.
Latest News & Upcoming Events
COVID-19 Update (26/6/2020): Although the Government will be allowing community centres to re-open after July 4th (with appropriate safety measures in place), The Trustees have decided to keep Welborne Village Hall closed (for re-review in September) until it is clearer whether the pandemic risks have significantly diminished. The reason for this decision relates to maintaining hygienic conditions. The Hall is cleaned efficiently each week but is not sterilised and we have no direct and immediate control over the way the Hall is used by those hiring it.
Are you struggling to get supplies? Please see our Local Suppliers page for details of shops and businesses that are local and, in some cases, able to offer deliveries of essentials.
Stay Safe one and all.
Finally if you feel the need for a little light relief – try this little dingbat quiz!
Coronavirus: Please note that the Hall is not open for further bookings until the Government advice on COVID-19 eases restrictions. Likewise, no village events will take place until current pandemic eases.
Fawlty Tower Restoration: By kind permission of the authors, and in conjunction with the National Lottery funded All Saints Church Tower project, the book, Welborne – A place of No Importance by Joy Esberey and Brenda Baxter is now available to read via the website. Please see Welborne – A place of No Importance
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The Welborne Village Website is provided courtesy of the Welborne Village Hall Trustees