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Fast broadband needed? There’s a 21st century answer right here in Norfolk

Around 92% of locations across Norfolk can receive fast broadband. That’s around 24 Mbps. And Better Broadband for Norfolk is working hard to increase that figure. You can check broadband availability in your area at  www.betterbroadbandnorfolk.co.uk.  That’s if you can get broadband in the first place of course…

Love where you live - 52 almost painless good things your community could do in 2019…..

Communities are places where people of all ages and backgrounds live, socialise and thrive. We’re not suggesting you try to do all these things at the same time! If however you’d like some advice and guidance about how to plan, organise and manage community activities and projects, contact us. In the meantime, read on.....

New service: Stronger Families Service for Families in Need

Norfolk County Council have launched the Stronger Families service to provide families in need with therapy to help children live safely at home with their families. 

Children's Centre Services Consultation Update

In September 2018, Norfolk County Council Children’s Services launched a consultation on a new Early Childhood and Family Service. There were 1,576 responses to the consultation received, with 1,401 responses from residents and 175 from respondents affiliated with organisations.

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.

Consultation: Norfolk Young Carers Survey

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

Resources: Work it Out – Young Women’s Trust Partnership

Work it Out is a service offered by Young Women’s Partnership to women aged 16 to 30 looking for employment, training or an alternative job/progression.

Consultation: Dormant Accounts Youth Fund

Young people aged 16 – 24, and stakeholders are invited to comment on how a £90 million funding programme can be best used to tackle barriers to education, employment and training.

New Boundary of Children’s Services (City and South Norfolk)

The Children’s Services boundary for City and South Norfolk have been changed following a review of referral figures to provide a better workload balance between the two areas. 

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