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Need a speaker for your event?

If you need a speaker for a community event then look no further!

Get online for the New Year - Go wire-less with ThinkingWISP

Many households and businesses across Norfolk still cannot receive broadband by conventional means and even those with a fibre to the cabinet (FTTC) connection still experience poor service. 

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.

Planning for your events - Things to consider

As Autumn draws in, we know that many of you start to hold more events.  It is a good time to take stock and make sure you are complying with the law and safeguarding your organisation and service users. 

10 October is World Mental Health Day

This year's theme, set by the World Federation for Mental Health, is young people and mental health in a changing world.

Recognition for South Norfolk Volunteers

Voluntary Norfolk’s South Norfolk Health Volunteer service has recently been rewarded for its service to the South Norfolk community by Wymondham and Attleborough Charity Darts League. 

Co-Production – How it’s working for us!

National Co-Production Week is here (From 2nd to 6th July) and we thought we would share with you our experience of co-producing our newsletters.

Care Quality Commission Reports - Young people's mental health and Care in Independent Acute Hospitals

The Care Quality Commission has released the following reports: 

  • The State of Care in Independent Acute Hospitals.   
  • “Are we listening?” Review of Children and Young People’s Mental Health Services.    

No Lonely Day in Norfolk

Community Action Norfolk, Voluntary Norfolk and the Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk are working to develop new innovative ways to improve the health and wellbeing of those affected by loneliness and social isolation over the next three years, as part of Norfolk County Council’s In Good Company campaign.  

Countryside at a Crossroads Report highlights concerns for rural communities

The House of Lords select committee’s Countryside at a Crossroads report has highlighted the negative impact cutbacks have had on the social and economic welfare of rural areas,

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