Established in 1999, our vision is to create a knowledge-based economy for the Wayland area (Watton and 13 surrounding parishes in the heart of Norfolk) focused on the heritage, culture and the natural and built environment through the promotion of the economic, social, cultural and environmental well-being of all who live, work and visit here.
What does that mean in practice? Well, a truly community led organisation, we work in partnership with a wide variety of local community organisations, education establishments, statutory agencies and businesses to make things better for people.
You can find out more about our work on our website: http://wayland.org.uk
The Wayland Partnership Development Trust is supported by money raised through the Health Lottery People's Health Trust Active Communities programme.
Latest Partnership News
Norfolk’s first ever Community Fridge is open! Based at Wayland House, the fridge will be stocked with surplus food and available to everyone across the community. Each year in the UK we throw away nearly 15 million tonnes of food and drink. Nearly half of this is perfectly good to eat! The Community Fridge enables…
The Surge Fund The Surge Fund is managed by the Wayland Partnership and provides funding for innovative and creative projects led by young people. We are open to all types of projects, as long as the idea impacts positively on a group of young people and doesn’t benefit a business. You can apply at any…
The Wayland Partnership Growing Together Project came to a close at the end of July after a truly amazing 12 month run. Thank’s must go to the Peoples Post Code Lottery for funding, and the Wayland Partnership for the vision of an environmental initiative for the area. Almost 600 people have been involved across community…
Get in touch
We love to talk to people so there are a number of ways you can contact us:
1. In person
Pop in and see us at:
Wayland House, High Street, Watton, Norfolk. IP25 6AR (We are next to the Police Station and have plenty of free parking)
Open: Monday – Thursday 09:00 – 16:30; Friday 09:00 – 16:00
2. By phone
You can call us on: 01953 883915
3. By email
Click HERE to email us