Welcome to Coltishall
Coltishall is situated nine miles north east of Norwich on the River Bure, gateway to the Norfolk Broads. In addition to its beautiful river frontage, part of the Broads Authority, it has wide expanses of common land managed by the Coltishall Commons Management Trust, and much of the village itself is a conservation area.
The Parish Council
The Parish Council consists of up to 11 members who all live in or near Coltishall and Gt Hautbois and represent the parish on various matters. We are effectively the third tier of local government below County and District Councils. We meet at 6.30 pm usually on the second Tuesday of the month at the Church Rooms, Rectory Road, Coltishall. However due to Covid-19 and the restrictions in place to stop the spread of the virus we are now holding our meetings virtually via Zoom Video Conferencing. We welcome all members of the public. Please email email@example.com if you wish to attend.
How to get help during the Coronavirus Pandemic
Coltishall and Horstead Coronavirus/Covid 19 Support Group
For people who are self isolating they can deliver groceries and prescriptions to your door along with providing wellbeing and spiritual support. For further information about how to get help please click
Free Packages of Food and Essential Items
The Coltishall and Horstead Support Group have arranged for packages of food and essential items to be made available for families who are struggling financially. You may be waiting for benefits, unemployed or self employed with no income at the moment for example. All food requests will be entirely confidential your details kept private. Packages can be delivered or arrangements made for collection.
If you feel your family could benefit from receiving a food package, please contact Julie on 07909980768
We're responsible for:
Litter and Dog Bins
Recreation and Playing Fields
Parish Footpaths (not pavements)
Parish Rights of Way
Public Seats (except Commons)
Signs (except Highways)
Sports Pavilions/Changing Rooms
Village Play Equipment
We are also entitled to make comments on all planning applications in the parish although the District Council, Broads Authority or County Council make the decisions.