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What's happening at your village hall or community venue?

There are around 10,000 village and community halls across England. They’re key elements in local communities, providing a space for social events, fitness sessions, education and a host of other benefits. Around 450 such venues can be found across Norfolk, and at CAN we’re out there helping many of them with advice on funding, governance, project management and trustee training.

Meet the residents at Redwings - a social event from CANConnect

Redwings, the UK’s largest horse rescue charity, is hosting a free social event at its sanctuary in Aylsham on Friday 17th January.

Who needs an Energy Performance Certificate?

You almost certainly do if you run a community building or village hall. Energy performance Certificates (EPCs) state the energy efficiency rating of buildings. 

Volunteers are needed in North Norfolk!

Did you know that Volunteering can be local, flexible and fit around your life? 

CAN is working in partnership with Merchant’s Place Volunteer Hub on a 'Volunteer Boost Project' to increase the numbers of volunteers that get involved with local community projects in North Norfolk, particularly the CAN Connect Project and Good Neighbour Schemes. 

Celebrate the season with Norfolk Museums

There’s a whole lot of festive fun on offer in Norfolk Museums this Christmas. From seasonal songs and costumed characters, to Father Christmas and family trails, there’s something to interest visitors of all ages.

Join Inn - Last Orders for Loneliness

Inspired by the Jo Cox Loneliness Campaign a new initiative will be helping pub owners, operators, local authorities and rural community groups look at the pub’s role in providing social spaces.

Caring for someone else's child

Community Action Norfolk are sharing this from Norfolk County Council, please contact them directly with any queries.

Private Fostering

Somebody else’s child. Everyone’s responsibility.

 

Whether you’re looking after somebody else’s child, your own child is living with another family, or you know of a child being cared for by someone who isn’t a relative, we need to be told. When we’re kept in the picture, we can offer advice, support and protection.

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