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Rising energy bills? Join our energy bills advice and awareness session

If you or your beneficiaries are worried about energy bills, why not come along to one of our FREE online energy advice and awareness sessions? 

'Love Every Drop' - reducing water usage to protect out futures

Anglian Water is asking us all to use less water – and for very good reasons. All of us, as consumers, can play our part.

Are you or your beneficiaries worried about rising energy bills?

If you or your beneficiaries are worried about energy bills, why not come along to one of our FREE online energy advice sessions? 

Are you or your beneficiaries worried about rising energy costs?

If you, or your beneficiaries are worried about energy costs, why not come along to one of our FREE online energy advice sessions? 

Many householders are very worried right now about steeply-rising gas, electricity and heating oil prices. And with the onset of winter, many more homes are at risk of sliding into fuel poverty.  We'll tell you about what support is available and you’re invited to attend a free on-line session on Monday 29th November from 1.00-2.00pm and another on 25th January.

ThinkingFuel update – temporary change to heating oil deliveries

The panic buying witnessed at petrol stations across the UK, which has caused major delivery problems, is also affecting heating oil, with unprecedented demand and supply issues arising.  For the time being, instead of ThinkingFuel’s usual fortnightly collective ordering days, we are simply taking orders on a daily basis.

Saving water and the environment with a smart water meter

Norwich is the focus of a campaign to encourage consumers to use less water, to help protect the environment as well as save on water bills.

Without affordable housing, rural communities are at risk of becoming lifeless, dormitory settlements

Our partners at ACRE have shared this press release (below) about growing concerns over the lack of new housing in rural communities – and it makes for interesting reading.  Community Action Norfolk, is a member of Eastern Community Homes – which provides a one stop shop for anyone considering community-led housing in the East of England.  Community Led Housing Advisor and Acting CEO of CAN, Rik Martin says:

Charities and community organisations – closing down vs other options: Part 2 - Ashwellthorpe

This is Part 2 of last week's article about other options when Charities and Community Organisations might be considering closing down.  You can read Part 1 here.

Hethersett Hall - activities for residents during lockdown

Life has been exceptionally difficult for residents of care homes over the past year, with COVID-19 making visits from friends and family impossible. Only recently have we seen restrictions lifting enough such that visitors can once again be welcomed in. 

Charities and community organisations – closing down vs other options: Part 1

More than 60 per-cent of community groups across England and Wales have been forced to reduce their services or close completely because of the pandemic, whilst two-thirds say need has increased in their communities. Closure can, however, be a positive move however, often arising from positive circumstances. And there are often other options. 

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