Welcome to Welborne, a small and friendly village of fewer than 100 households.
Tucked away deep in the 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 (via main menus or image links below) and see the variety of activities and social events that take place within our community.
Latest News & Upcoming Events
Dementia Awareness Talk: In conjunction with Creative Arts East, Sally Bishop has organised a short talk to help raise awareness on Dementia in rural areas. The event, on Tuesday 20th November at 7pm, is free to attend and includes the showing of an archive film from Creative Arts East. Please contact Sally on 01362 858757 for further details and booking.
The Poppy Run: Fancy a run or walk? Why not join Alison Grice for a 5K Poppy Run on Saturday 10th November at 11:30am (Registration at 11:00am) in aid of The Royal British Legion. Starting at the Village Hall, the run will follow a route around the village and finish back at the village hall where refreshments will be available. Please see The Poppy Run leaflet for more information
Village Hall Film Nights: In recognition that in this 100th anniversary year since the end of the Great War, Remembrance Sunday falls on a Sunday, the film Journey’s End will be shown on Friday 9th November in Welborne Village Hall.
Journey’s End is a 1928 dramatic play, the seventh of English playwright R. C. Sherriff. Set in the trenches near Saint-Quentin, Aisne in 1918, towards the end of the First World War, Journey’s End gives a glimpse into the experiences of the officers of a British Army infantry company during an unprecedented time in history.
Please see our Film Nights page for more information, trailers and online ticket reservation form.
Hire the Village Hall: Are you in need of a venue to hold a meeting, family gathering or special event? If so, then why not hire Welborne Village Hall. See our Hire our Hall page for more information on facilities/rates and our new online booking request form.
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