Norfolk Swift Response

Norfolk Swift Response Leaflet

UK Power Networks – assistance during power cuts

Do you need extra support during a power cut or do you know someone else that would need extra support? If so, sign up to our free register.

By joining the register, you will receive:
✔ A priority phone number that you can call 24 hours a day and regular updates until your power is back on
✔ A welcome pack with useful advice about preparing for a power cut
✔ Regular text message updates if you text ‘Power’ followed by your postcode to 80876
✔ Extra support from the British Red Cross

Who can apply
• Customers who are dependent on medical equipment
• Customers who are chronically ill
• Customers with a disability
• Customers who are visually impaired or blind
• Customers who are hearing impaired or deaf
• Elderly customers
• A nursing or residential home
• Customers with young babies in household
• Any other case that you would like us to consider

Click here to apply

Resilience Plan (Emergency Plan)

The Parish Council is setting up a group of volunteers from the village to help look after people in the event of an emergency.

The Police, County Council and District Council have a detailed and formal Emergency Plan for the whole area, but it can be useful to have a local plan for smaller scale events, such as localised bad weather.

The group is interested in any help you can offer; people who have a 4 x 4, people qualified to use a chain saw, people who are willing to check on their neighbours, people to collect food or prescriptions for their neighbours during icy weather – we hope to divide up the village into smaller areas with a named volunteer for each area, perhaps a road or part of a road… Could you help?

For more information please contact Angela Bishop on 01493 751299 or 07956 199356 or the parish clerk on [email protected]