Wymondham’s Farmers Market is held on the third Saturday each month.
Residents are warned that a road closure order will be in place on those days from 6.00am to 2.00pm and cars should follow the displayed notices and not park in the spaces covered by the orders, which are those outside the parade of shops at the top of the Market Place.
2017 Farmers Market Dates
2018 Farmers Market Dates
Please click on the link below for a current list of the Councils fees
Fees & Charges April 2016
Click on the link below to view Wymondham Town Council Complaints Policy.
Complaints Policy & Procedure May 2010
WYMONDHAM TOWN COUNCIL ACCOUNTS
CONCLUSION OF AUDIT YE 31.3.17
CONCLUSION OF AUDIT -ye-31-3-16
WYMONDHAM TOWN COUNCIL ANNUAL REPORT
WYMONDHAM TOWN COUNCIL NOTICE OF ELECTORS RIGHTS
ELECTORS RIGHTS NOTICE 2017
ELECTORS RIGHTS NOTICE 2016
COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE LEVY
Year to March 2017 CIL Payment March 2017
Year to March 2016 CIL Payment March 2016
Wymondham Town Council Grants Scheme
What is the grant scheme?
Each year Wymondham Town Council sets aside money within the budget for grants aimed to benefit people and projects in the Wymondham area.
Grant applications will be considered that fall within the following categories;
- Clearly identified capital project
- Specific project, event or service
- The Town Council will not subsidise running costs or write off debts.
Who can apply?
Your organisation must be based in the parish of Wymondham, including Spooner Row and the outlying hamlets, with its membership open to interested residents in the Parish.
What will not be funded?
- An organisation the primary purpose of which is the propagation or furtherance of political religious moral or philosophical view points of causes
- General charities, whether local, national or international
- Individuals however deserving
- Sponsorship schemes e.g. walks, runs or other efforts
What sort of projects have the Town Council funded in the past?
||Amount offered (£)
|Citizens Advice Bureau
|Wymondham Music Festival
|Spooner Row primary School
|Robert Kett School
|Wymondham Pabulum Café
|Wymondham Photographic Society
How do you apply?
Applications will be considered by Finance and General Purposes Committee and applications should be submitted 10 working days before their scheduled meetings.
An application form can be download
Please ensure that you read the guidance notes and make sure you include all documents we ask for with your application.
The Quality Parish and Town Council scheme was launched in June 2003, following the publication of the Governments Rural White Paper, 2000. The scheme was designed to provide benchmark minimum standards for parish and town councils and to enable them to better represent the communities they serve. The scheme also aims to give enhanced relationships between local councils, principal authorities and community and voluntary sector organisations.
In order to achieve Quality status, parish and town councils must demonstrate that they have reached the standard required by passing several tests.
- Electoral Mandate
- Qualifications of the Clerk
- Council Meetings
- Annual Report
- Accounts and Code of Conduct
The tests exceed the statutory duties of parish and town councils and represent the standards that an efficient, well run town council should achieve.
Wymondham Town Council are pleased to announce that they were awarded Quality Town Status on 22nd September 2008. Pictured below is Leader of Norfolk County Council Daniel Cox, Wymondham Town Clerk Trevor Gurney, Mayor of Wymondham Len Elston, Mayor of Attleborough Vera Dale, Attleborough Town Clerk Hilary Elias and John Cowan from the Norfolk Association of local councils.
In 2006 Wymondham Town Council working in partnership with Wymondham Community Partnership identified the need to establish a clear vision for the future of the town. During July and August 2007 the group undertook a community survey entitled “Wymondham’s Future” which asked residents for their views on the town and future development. 1220 people responded to the survey.
Findings from the survey identified residents main priorities for the town. These findings have helped to shape a Strategic Plan for the town setting out a vision and objectives for the development of Wymondham over the next five years (2008 – 2013). A five year programme of actions and projects will be developed with Wymondham Town Council coordinating activities both with other public and private sector organisations, voluntary and community organisations and community groups in the area.
You can view a copy of the full Strategic Plan and a detailed anyalsis of the survey results by clicking on the following links.
Wymondham’s Future – Strategic Plan 2008-2013
Wymondham’s Future – Survey Results
Wymondham’s Future – Strategic Plan Summary