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What's so hard about being a trustee then?

Here at CAN we’re often asked to advise on the duties and responsibilities of being a trustee.  People are often understandably confused about what being a trustee really involves and a good deal of our governance work entails resolving this for them.

Who needs an Energy Performance Certificate?

You almost certainly do if you run a community building or village hall. Energy performance Certificates (EPCs) state the energy efficiency rating of buildings. 

Looking for good neighbours in the Stalham area

Residents of Stalham and the surrounding villages are being encouraged to find out more about how they can be Good Neighbours and make a positive difference to people in their community.  

On Tuesday 26th November, Community Action Norfolk (CAN) - with the support of Stalham Parish Council - will be holding an information event to explain how Good Neighbour Schemes work and how they can bring a community together.  The event will be held at Stalham Academy on Old Yarmouth Road, between 2pm and 4pm with a short presentation at 2.30pm. 

West Norfolk drop-in advice clinics

In October and November Community Action Norfolk (CAN) will be holding free drop-in info sessions across West Norfolk for any voluntary and community groups that need practical support.

Annual Report Guidance for Small Charities - Available Now

Charities (Except Charitable Incorporated Organisations) with an income of less than £25,000 do not have to file annual report and accounts with the Charity Commission (although they are still required to complete an Annual Return), but should be prepared to make these available if requested. 

Registering with the Fundraising Register

The Fundraising Regulator has been established following the Etherington review of fundraising self-regulation in 2015, as the independent regulator of charitable fundraising.

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