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Presentations from South Norfolk Stakeholder Engagement Panel

Presentations from 8th August’s South Norfolk Stakeholder Engagement Panel meeting have been shared.

Changes to Heritage Lottery Fund’s Places of Worship in England

Heritage Lottery Fund’s Grants for Places of Worship will close on Fri 1st September.

Energy Price Cap on Pre-Payment Meters from 1st October

Ofgem have announced that they will be tightening the price cap on pre-payment energy meters, saving customers up to £19 per year.

Creative Health: The Arts for Health and Wellbeing All-Party Parliamentary Report

The All Party Parliamentary Group carried out research into arts in health and social care in order to make recommendations for policy and practice.

Dementia Care Forum (Norwich) - from 29th September 2017

The Dementia Care Forum is an informal supportive forum for those with dementia, their carers and anyone with an interest in dementia.

Free Sing Your Heart Out Workshops (Sheringham)

Sing Your Heart Out (SYHO) are launching their singing workshops in Sheringham.

Funding: The Trusthouse Charitable Foundation - No deadline

Grants are available to village halls, hospices and community centres working in areas of extreme urban deprivation or remote fragile rural communities. 

Funding: DFID Small Charities Challenge Fund - No deadlines.

DFID (Department for International Development) Grants of up to £50,000 are available 

ACCESS- supporting migrants in East Anglia are looking to recruit some new trustees

ACCESS- supporting migrants in East Anglia are looking to recruit some new trustees, particularly those who are from migrant communities themselves.

Enabling Communities - What you can do

The government’s ‘Big Society’ concept has led to a radical re-evaluation of how local authorities deliver services. The aim is for a balance of power between citizen and state. At local level it’s very much about enabling and encouraging communities to take a greater active part in deciding upon and delivering local services.

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