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Walsoken is a small parish in the county of Norfolk, to the north and east of the adjoining town of Wisbech, Cambridgeshire.

Walsoken Parish comprises an area of approximately 4.85 square miles (12.57 square kilometres), encompassing approximately 700 households plus a variety of local and national industries, including farming, fruit growing, garages, transport depot, a retail park and Wisbech Town Football ground. In the 2001 census, Walsoken Parish had a population of 1,484, rising slightly to 1,489 at the 2011 census. Initial results of the 2021 census are due to be released in summer 2022.

The Parish Council is made up of 10 councillors (details are on the Contact page) who meet eight times a year, on a Tuesday at 7pm, to discuss village matters (please see Dates of Meetings page for more information). Standing agenda items include payments, planning, street lighting and Highways plus various additional relevant topics. Agendas are available via the Agendas for Meetings page and are displayed on the Parish Council notice board, in the grounds of All Saints’ Church, approximately one week prior to each meeting.

Elections for Parish Councillors are held every four years, with the next election being due in 2023.

The Local Authorities are the Borough Council of Kings Lynn & West Norfolk and Norfolk County Council.

ANNUAL ASSEMBLY: 26th April 2022, 7pm at All Saint’s Church, Walsoken

The sun shone recently when Walsoken Parish Council invited local business owner of VIP Hair, Linda, to open the replacement bus shelter in Chapnall Road. The shelter was funded in part by Norfolk County Council, the Community Infrastructure Levy and contributions from Borough & County Councillor J Kirk and County Councillor C Dawson from their Members’ Allowances. It is considered that this replacement shelter has greatly improved the facility and the look of the village. Linda hosts and monitors the defibrillator previously purchased by Walsoken Parish Council and located outside her business in the village and she was invited to open the shelter in recognition of this. Thank you to everyone who attended.