The North Norfolk Safety Advisory Group (NNSAG) is administered by the District Council and it's role is to promote good standards of safety at all public events in the district and ensure best practice is followed.
The Event Management and Public Safety leaflet - available to download by clicking on the logo to the right - contains further information about organising events.
Core members of the Safety Advisory Group include officers from:
- North Norfolk District Council
- Norfolk County Council
- Norfolk Constabulary
- Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service
- East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust
- Other stakeholders will be included as necessary depending on the nature of the event
Notify us if you plan to stage a public event
The application should be completed by the person responsible for event planning. Notification should be submitted twelve weeks in advance of your event. You may also need to apply for a Temporary Event Notice (TEN).
How to submit details of a public event
You can submit basic details of your event to the NNSAG by completing the application form below. The NNSAG will contact you if further information is required.
The group provides a single point of contact for organisers, ensuring all agencies are aware of events taking place that the public may attend in the District.
Guidance on planning a public event
Please note that the North Norfolk District Council does not grant permission to hold events in the District /or other land or issue licences. The land owner’s consent must always be sought and agreed.
We work with event organisers to promote good safety standards at public events, to make the events better for everyone involved. This Event Management and Public Safety leaflet contains further information about organising events.
The North Norfolk Safety Advisory Group (NNSAG) has produced an Event Management Plan Template (Word Doc) that will help event organisers think about aspects of event planning that may need to be considered.Download Event Management Plan Template