Thurgarton Village Email Service

The Thurgarton Village Email Service, which has been in operation since 2007, is a free service which supplies news and information to the residents of Thurgarton. Emails are sent out on a regular basis, keeping you informed about:

  • Important information from the Parish Council
  • Neighbourhood Watch alerts
  • News and information from Thurgarton Community Association (TCA)
  • News and information from village clubs and societies
  • Events that are happening in Thurgarton and neighbouring villages
  • Village outings
  • Lost and found, including cats and dogs, etc.
  • Charity events taking place in the village or organised/completed by village residents

The service cannot be used to advertise items for sale/collection, job vacancies, or for the sending of emails which promote profit making businesses or companies. However adverts can be placed in the village newsletter, Thurgarton People, at a reasonable cost.

Email details are kept private and confidential so email addresses will not be displayed for others to see and you are able to unsubscribe from the service at any time.

To subscribe to the service please submit your name, email address and street name (we don’t need your full address) to

How to send an email to village residents

Send an email to and include the following information:

  • Your name
  • The subject of the email
  • The information/text that you wish to send out
  • Your contact details, e.g. email address and phone number
  • Any attachments that you need to send with the email

The email sending service is not monitored on a daily basis. Where possible emails will be sent within 4 days of receiving them so please make sure you allow sufficient time. If an email needs sending out quickly we will endeavour to meet the response time, however we can offer no guarantee that the email will be sent in the required timescales.

Responding to a village email

Please do not ‘reply’ directly to a village email as it will not reach the person who requested the email to be sent. Instead you should use the contact details included with the email (e.g. phone number or email address) to get in touch with the person who requested the email to be sent out.

Any replies sent to will not be forwarded on to the person who requested the email to be sent out.

Unsubscribing from the village email service

To unsubscribe from the email service please send an email to  with the word unsubscribe in the text.