Meals on wheels providers

We will only recommend customers to meal providers who have been accredited to the Norfolk Trusted Trader scheme and have therefore had background checks carried out by Trading Standards. Providers will be required to:

  • Have an appropriate level of public liability insurance;
  • Have a minimum three star Environmental Health Food Star rating
  • Ensure all of their employees have Criminal Records Bureau checks in place

To find out about food services in your area or if you are interested in starting a service or becoming a volunteer email information@norfolk.gov.uk or call 0344 800 8020.

We will only recommend customers to meal providers who have been accredited to the Norfolk Trusted Trader scheme and have therefore had background checks carried out by Trading Standards.

Meals-on-wheels services across Norfolk have been transformed by private providers who have found creative ways of helping residents since council subsidies came to an end in 2012.

It could be a village pub, cafe or an ambitious entrepreneur - what ever the form, more of these set-ups are needed to help elderly and isolated people continue to live independently. 

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