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Referrers' Network Meetings

As part of our advocacy efforts for the Voluntary, Community, and Social Enterprise (VCSE) Sector in 2022, we identified a need for Referrers to voice their concerns and share professional insights. To address this gap, we initiated Referrers' Network Meetings quarterly in Breckland and North Norfolk.

Shining a light on loneliness

Loneliness is something most people feel at some point. It can happen when we're alone in a busy place or even when we're by ourselves. It affects everyone, no matter who they are or where they live. But even though many people feel lonely, it's still hard for some to admit it or do something about it. 

Recycling in the garden can save you time and money!

Recycling is a way of life for us all, but have you considered how you can incorporate this into your garden? Here are some tips to get you started.

Key Campaigning Considerations for Charities Ahead of the General Election

The UK general election is set for the 4th July 2024, presenting an important period for charities to consider how political developments may impact their causes. Within the Voluntary, Community, and Social Enterprise (VCSE) sector, many organisations are actively sharing their insights and expertise. Given the critical role charities play in advocating for societal issues, it is essential that they do so within a framework that ensures neutrality and compliance with legal guidelines. 

Why Rural Equality is More Important Than Ever

As the world becomes increasingly interconnected, rural communities are often left behind and with a majority of Norfolk's communities being rural, this is something that impacts our county directly. Rural equality has never been more important, however it seems as though there's little momentum toward resolving the issues faced by rural communities.

Get a share of £1m in funding

This summer, over £1million in unrestricted funding will be donated to good causes across the UK through the easyfundraising platform.

Celebrating Volunteers Week

Volunteers Week is running from the 3rd - 9th June 2024!

Preparing for the Landline Telephone Digital Switchover: What You Need to Know

If you or someone you know is dependent on a landline telephone, or a service that relies on it, such as a telecare device, personal alarm, or burglar/fire alarm, then it is recommended that they check with the provider of the service to see what their plans are for the service, and when they expect the changes to happen.

Charity Guidance for General Election Campaigns

As the political landscape evolves, charities find themselves at the forefront of crucial discussions, advocating for their causes while upholding legal obligations and public trust. Here, we provide essential insights and resources to empower charity leaders in making informed decisions.

Companion Planting, what is it and what does it do?

Embrace companion planting to naturally deter pests and boost plant health and prioritise native and pollinator-friendly species to support local ecosystems. By adopting sustainable gardening practices, we can minimise our environmental footprint and create healthier, more vibrant gardens.

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