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Clinical Commissioning Groups’ (CCGs’) Commissioning Intentions 2016/17 (Countywide)

Norfolk’s five CCGs have submitted their intentions for commissioning services for 2016/17.

Health and Wellbeing Board Latest Update

The latest update from the Health and Wellbeing Board.

Developing relationships and sharing information with the Care Quality Commission

Please complete this survey to help the Care Quality Commission (CQC) learn more about how the voluntary and community sector can help them share information about their work and gather evidence and intelligence from their priority population groups.

Save the Dates - VCSE & NCC Re-imagining Norfolk

Community Action Norfolk and Momentum (Norfolk) are working with Norfolk County Council to ensure the Voluntary Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) sector effectively engage in Norfolk County Council's Re-imagining programme and budget proposals. We will be publishing more details shortly but in the meantime please put these dates in your diary.

Brain Injury, The Hidden Impact in West Norfolk

Headway Norfolk and Waveney are proud to invite to the re-launch of our services at South Lynn Community Centre with a day dedicated to brain injury in West Norfolk.  Friday 25th September

Funding and Free Training for Health Charities

Could the charity you work for or one you know benefit from new funding or free training? The GSK IMPACT Awards recognise and reward charities that are doing excellent work to improve people’s health. Winners receive numerous benefits, including up to £40,000, free development training from The King's Fund and the opportunity to be part of the prestigious GSK IMPACT Award network.  For more information please click here.

Appleseed Care Farm CASE STUDY

The Appleseed care farm has been set up in Wymondham to offer people with mental health and social care needs, suffering with anxiety and depression, job seekers, ex-offenders and those living in sheltered housing a chance to boost their health, happiness and well-being. Norfolk RCC helped with funding research and advice after the project almost stalled  at an early stage.

Greg Sadler from Appleseed explains “We knew which organisations we wanted to approach with funding applications but we were getting nowhere. South Norfolk Councillor Neil Ward put us in touch with Norfolk RCC and their input was invaluable in helping us frame our applications and presentations in a way that got us noticed. Without a doubt, the funding wouldn’t have happened without the RCC’s support.”

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