Welcome to East Tuddenham
East Tuddenham is a village in the Breckland district of mid-Norfolk, East Anglia, England in the United Kingdom.
It is around 10 miles from the city of Norwich, and is close to the town of East Dereham.
The villages name means ‘Tuda’s homestead/village’.
The village is served by All Saints church, now within the Church of England benefice of Mattishall and Tudd Valley.
East Tuddenham is surrounded by arable land cultivating a variety of crops including wheat, barley, oil seed rape, sugarbeet and potatoes.
The village is fortunate to have many public footpaths and local walks including a 12-mile (19 km) walk for ramblers.
Vacancy for Councillor
Do you have an interest in your community? Would you like to share your ideas and become part of a great team? Why not consider becoming a Parish Councillor? You would be expected to attend the monthly meetings, on the first Tuesday of the month, and contribute to the debate and decision-making progress. Applications are now open and will close on Friday 27 October 2023. For more information please contact the clerk: firstname.lastname@example.org or view the application form.
The road closure at Church Lane is causing issues for bin collections. Serco are looking at rearranging rounds/days to accommodate the closure.
Neighbourhood Watch - a new group called "Mattishall, Shipdham and Watton Neighbourhood Watch" has setup a new Facebook group. The group covers 12 parishes (including East Tuddenham) and 1 town council.
The Parish Council is Responsible for:
Litter & Dog Bins
Commenting on local planning applications
Providing general maintenance around the village