Independent Councillor
Ormesby Ward

Great Yarmouth Borough Council

I am so grateful to have been elected to serve the Ormesby Ward as their Borough Councillor. I hope that I can repay the trust that the majority of voters gave me and to serve everyone within the villages of Ormesby St. Margaret, Ormesby St. Michael and Scratby and California. If you have any queries or concerns then please feel free to contact me by clicking on the link below. 

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Congratulations to Mark and the team at The Kings Arms Fleggburgh …. Well deserved and testament to the hard work you and the staff put in. See MoreSee Less

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Following the sad loss of the Oak Tree on Ormesby St. Margaret Green, I have allocated £500 from my Councillor Ward fund to replace the tree with a semi-mature Oak. Unfortunately, due to numerous pests and diseases, Defra have placed a temporary ban on the transportation of native species across the UK.

I have asked the Ormesby St Margaret with Scratby Parish Council to accept this contribution as a restricted fund to remain on Parish Budget until it can be utilised to replace the Oak.

I look forward to a community event to plant the new tree when the time comes.
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We know some people may be worried about having to stay at home but by ensuring that people self-isolate when they need to do so, we will reduce transmission of coronavirus in the UK and help prevent family, friends and the community from contracting the virus, as well as helping to protect the NHS and vital public services.

If you cannot work from home and are concerned that isolating will mean losing income, then you may be entitled to financial support. If you meet all the following eligibility criteria, you are entitled to a lump sum payment of £500:

• You have been told to self-isolate by NHS Test and Trace on or after 28 September 2020.
• You are employed or self-employed.
• You cannot work from home and will lose income as a result.
• You are currently receiving at least one of the following benefits: Universal Credit, Working Tax Credit, income-based Employment and Support Allowance, income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance, Income Support, Housing Benefit and/or Pension Credit.

You can apply today by visiting bit.ly/2IqeOYI.

If you are not eligible for the Test & Trace Support Payment then you may still be able to get financial support through the Norfolk Assistance Scheme, as well as being able to get help accessing food and medicine. If you are concerned about isolating, find out more by visiting bit.ly/33UjluJ. You can also call us on 0344 800 8020. 📞

Please remember it’s now a legal requirement to isolate for 14 days if you test positive for Coronavirus or you’re contacted by the Test & Trace system. You could be fined up to £10,000 for not isolating.
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Do you know of someone aged 16-25 in Norfolk who would benefit from our free bereavement care packages?

If so, please complete the referral form on the following link: forms.gle/Q6DnP7gSocDN61hp7

The package includes items such as a candle, journal and memory jar.

“A lovely surprise in all the sadness”

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