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
Great News – A Village Hall Social Event
Welborne Village Hall will be hosting an Outdoor Social Event
After months of pandemic craziness. there will be a post-lockdown social event on Monday 30th August from 2 til 7pm
Further details available on the event poster. We do hope that you will be able to join us.
Andy Maule (Chairman of the Trustees)
Coronavirus – Village Hall Update
Message from Chair of Trustees (19/07/21): Friends of Welborne Village Hall
I expect you have been wondering if Welborne Village Hall will ever open again following the last 18 months of pandemic craziness. The Trustees of the Hall charity are actively discussing the best time to reopen the Hall to social and community events and are optimistically starting to plan a programme of activities that might make us all think that life beyond COVID will exist. Here we would really like your help. Our events programme is usually the product of the energy and ideas coming from the Events Committee. This is an informal group of villagers who love to be creative in their suggestions for familiar and new activities. There will be a meeting at the Village Hall on Monday July 26th at 7.30 pm where you could have your input to the Trustees and the Events Committee. The meeting will follow Covid security guidelines and, if weather allows, will be held outside. Mask wearing inside is formally optional but is encouraged.
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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