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Resource: The CATCH Project (Norwich and Broadland)

CATCH is a pilot project which offers some homes, businesses and schools installation of water butts or rain water planters free of charge in certain areas.  

Special Schools Plan

Norfolk County Council have approved plans to create more than 500 extra places in four new special schools and specialist bases within mainstream schools. 

Breaking Barriers - support for children and young people with familiy members in prison

Breaking Barriers is a free service that supports children of offenders through one-to-one sessions to break down some of the barriers that may prevent them from engaging with school or family, and from maintaining positive ties (as appropriate) with their imprisoned family member.

Report: Norfolk Community Foundation’s Our Impact 2017

Norfolk Community Foundation have published their report demonstrating the impact of their grant making in 2017.

Consultation: Norfolk Young Carers Survey

Norfolk Young Carers Forum are doing some research aimed at getting young carers and young adult carers voices heard. 

Did you know that applying to the Big Lottery Fund is now easier?

If you are looking for funding for over £10,000 and your project helps to:-

  • Shape the spaces and places in your local community,
  • Strengthens relationships and brings people together or
  • Enables people to work together to address issues at the earliest possible stage,

Then did you know that the Big Lottery Fund has a new way of working?

Update from the Sustainable Transformation Partnership (STP)` Oversight Group

An update from the STP (Sustainable Transformation Partnership) Oversight Group has been published, including the following:

  • Preparations for winter pressures.
  • 'Flu vaccinations.
  • Review of mental health services for adults.
  • Improving the sustainability of our hospital services. 

Norfolk Safeguarding Adult Board Update

This update is provided by James Kearns, the Chief Executive of The BUILD Charity, who was appointed to the Norfolk Safeguarding Adults Board to provide a perspective to the Board from a voluntary sector provider of services to vulnerable adults. 
These notes highlight the key points from a recent meeting of the Board, to share information to colleagues. It is not a policy statement from the Board.

Meet the Team: Tonya, Community and Voluntary Sector Co-ordinator and Development Officer

A chance for you to meet our Team, and put faces to names.

Proposals for a single management team for the five CCGs in Norfolk and Waveney

The five CCGs in Norfolk and Waveney have decided to appoint a single Accountable Officer and create one ‘joint executive team’ structure for Norfolk and Waveney. A proposal to formally approve this will be made to each of the CCG’s Governing Bodies when they meet in public in November.

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