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Charity Commission and Electoral Commission chairs share advice for charities engaging in public debate

The Charity Commission and Electoral Commission chairs have shared their advice on charities engaging in public debate.

Village Halls Small Grants Fund

The Village Halls Small Grants Fund provides grants of between £2,000 and £5,000 to help make improvements to rural community buildings in England. 

What does your organisation know about cancer?

CAN invites voluntary and community organisations to participate in a short survey.  The survey, accessible until the 11th March 2024, provides a platform for organisations to share their preferences and priorities regarding future cancer support training and resources.

“Martyn’s Law”: The Draft Terrorism (Protection of Premises) Bill and Community Buildings

We have been receiving a lot of queries from charities and Parish Councils with community buildings and spaces with a capacity of over 100, as they are concerned about the potential impact of Martyn's Law.  Here, we explain a little bit about what it is, what the potential impacts are and what is happening with it. 

Hornsea 3 Community Fund

Hornsea 3 Community Fund has launched, with £700,000 per year available to support local groups and organisations in the North Norfolk and East Anglia region.

Collaborative Impact: Building a Stronger and Fairer Norfolk.

Living in a large rural county presents unique challenges, especially for the most vulnerable in our communities. However, through collaboration with our partners, we are actively working to find innovative and inclusive solutions. Our goal is to ensure fair outcomes for everyone, regardless of their location or personal circumstances. 

“Taxi Tax” threatens rural healthcare access.

In a move that could disproportionately affect rural communities across the UK, the proposed 20% VAT hike on private hire and minicab journeys – colloquially termed the 'Taxi Tax' – is raising alarms about the accessibility of essential services, particularly healthcare.

Norwich residents among those MOST worried about money.

Across the UK, people from all walks of life are being hit financially. New research shows 69% of those surveyed across the UK are feeling worried about money

Terrorism (Protection of Premises) Bill Consultation

The Home Office is consulting on the requirements imposed on standard tier premises under the Terrorism (Protection of Premises) Bill.

Job Vacancies at The Matthew Project

The Matthew Project are advertising three new roles.

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