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Welcome to Dersingham ...

A large and thriving village located in the attractive countryside of West Norfolk, just a mile from the Sandringham estate. Scroll down the page or use the links above to find out about the Parish Council and its role, about social groups in the village and a calendar of all the various events that take place. You can read about the Village Voice magazine which is delivered free to every household, and find services such as shops, health care and transport. Welcome to Dersingham.

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What's going on ...

News ... The Coronavirus Situation

Even though restrictions are being eased, we've ALL got to play our part, so please observe the current guidelines.

We're sure that all Dersingham residents will be concerned, so we have put together a page of useful advice, information and links which may help.

Coronavirus Information page

Beware ... Coronavirus Crime

The Coronavirus pandemic has provided a golden opportunity for scammers, so be on your guard. The link below from Norfolk Trading Standards shows some of the latest scams doing the rounds, including bogus emails and texts purporting to be from the NHS offering the vaccine. Be alert and stay safe!

Norfolk Trading Standards alerts about Coronavirus frauds and scams

News ... The Village Centre & Hall

The Village Centre is gradually reopening, in accordance with the Government road map. We are now welcoming many of our regular users back and the Trustees of the Centre thank everyone for their support.

Dersingham village centre website

Village Calendar

In a village the size of Dersingham there’s always plenty going on. See what’s coming up by visiting our Village Calendar page. It lists as many events as we’ve been told about, so if you want to add your own event to it, please get in touch using the Contact details at the bottom of any page on the site.

view village calendar

Dersingham Parish Council

Dersingham Parish Council meets each month and is entitled to have 18 members drawn from the local community on it. We are currently short of Councillors so if you are interested in joining us please get in touch. Your village needs you!

The Parish Council is responsible for a variety of services around the village. It has a statutory right to be consulted about planning applications affecting Dersingham.

read more about the council's role current parish councillors quick link to the most recent documents archive of minutes and other documents
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Village Voice Magazine

For twenty years now Dersingham has had a bi-monthly village magazine, the Village Voice. Indeed over 130 issues have rolled off the press. During that time the publication has grown from a few black and white sheets to today’s full colour A5 magazine with over 70 pages. Fully funded by advertising from local businesses, the Village Voice is delivered free to every household and business in Dersingham. If you don’t live in the village you can often pick up a copy from venues such as the post office, or you can read it on-line from the link below.

Read Village Voice issues online

Village Cinema & Village Voice Live

The village cinema shows popular films of many different genres, usually one per month. Screenings take place in the Village Centre, usually on the last Tuesday of each month.

Village Voice Live grew out of Village Voice magazine as a way to experience things that cannot be done on the printed page. Held on the second Tuesday of each month in the Village Centre, Village Voice Live are talks by a speaker which provide entertainment and information on a wide variety of subjects.

details of upcoming films and talks

Village Social Groups

There are numerous social groups and societies within the village. These range from the ever popular Scouts and Guides to special interest groups such as the Walking Group, Bell Ringers, Horticultural Society, Knit and Natter and many more. There are of course several sports clubs, covering all the popular sports such as bowls, cricket, football and tennis. Follow the link below to see details of all the groups that have given us information, and if your own group is not here, then please get in touch so that we can add you.

list of social groups

Village Services

Dersingham is a large village and is well served by local businesses. There is a range of shops including two supermarkets, a doctor's surgery and health centre, several churches, a public library, and a variety of sports facilities. The area is well served with local buses and the railway station of King's Lynn is not far away.

more about local services and businesses

King's Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Charity

The King’s Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Charity Trust is one of a number of local charities that help those who are in need, within the Borough. The Trustees come from all walks of life and include appointees from King’s Lynn Borough Council & Social Services.

The object of the charity is to try to relieve hardship or distress by paying for, or making a contribution to, items, services or facilities calculated to help those in need who apply for help. Each application is considered on its own merit and grants are not given where the relief should be met from public funds.

the borough charity website


The Dersingham Parish Council has a Facebook page, so do give it a look and give it a like!

parish council facebook page

Data Protection & Privacy

The Dersingham Parish Council takes seriously your privacy and the protection of your data. All required aspects of the General Data Protection Regulations will be fully complied with. The Parish Council does not sell your data or contact details to any third party, and if you wish to know what data regarding yourself is held by the Parish Council you have only to ask. You can find more information about how we handle privacy and data protection issues from the links below.

data privacy basics website cookies and privacy full privacy statement

Accessibility Statement

This website is run by Dersingham Parish Council. We want as many people as possible to be able to use this website so we have tried to make it as accessible as possible, particularly to those with disabilities. You can read our Accessibility Statement from the link below.

Accessibility Statement

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