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Advice for informal voluntary groups to help protect volunteers and public

This information is designed for informal voluntary groups, to help them maintain the safety of the volunteers they are managing during the COVID-19 crisis, as well as those they are trying to help.

Washing your hands of Coronavirus scams!

At this time when people are pulling together to help the most vulnerable in their communities, there are, sadly, a number of Coronavirus-related scams to be vigilant against.

Coronavirus / Covid-19 VCSE sector update

If you are (a) involved with a voluntary or community group or organisation (b) are thinking about volunteering or (c) wanting to start up a local help group in your community you'll find a wealth of good advice and guidance in our Norfolk VCSE Covid-19 update. 

Coronavirus COVID-19 Guidance for Organisations

A number of organisations have shared advice on staff and/or volunteer management in relation to the outbreak of the Coronavirus.  This article summarises some of the best information sources.  Last Updated 27-03-2020.

The cost of living in a rural area

People living in rural areas are having to spend thousands more on household essentials such as groceries, electricity and petrol 

Collective heating oil buying combats winter heating blues – and helps support community projects

Winter’s not done with us yet. The cost of heating oil is a big worry for people who live in off-gas areas. Here at CAN we help consumers to buy collectively and save money – and help support community projects at the same time.

What do HS2 and Norfolk have in common?

On Channel 4 News on 11th February, presenter Cathy Newman interviewed Andy Street, Mayor of the West Midlands, following the government’s decision to forge ahead with HS2. But what's the connection with Norfolk?

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