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Healthwatch Norfolk public engagement survey

Healthwatch Norfolk have  launched a public survey which asks participants broadly about their experience of accessing information, care and support during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Big Switch and Save - helping consumers make genuine savings on their electrcity and gas bills

It's estimated that, during the Coronavirus pandemic, UK households are spending an extra 25 per-cent on their electrcity usage and an additional 17 per-cent on gas.   Now is a good time to seriously look at switching energy provider to get  a better deal.

Don't forget the food banks...

Don’t forget the food banks – they are needed now more than ever! Read what the Trussell Trust is doing now amidst the Coronavirus pandemic.

Norfolk County Council's Development Worker Team needs your views

Norfolk County Council's Development Worker Team - part of Early Help and Prevention Services within Adult Social Care - provides information, guidance and advice to individuals and communities across Norfolk to support people to stay independent, resilient and well in their own homes for longer.

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.

Bodge, banter and brew at Wells-next-the-Sea Men’s Shed!

CANConnect grants have been awarded to community groups who are able to demonstrate a positive contribution to improving social engagement in their locality. Wells-next-the-Sea Men’s Shed put their grant to good use in buying their ‘shed’. 

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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