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Clinical Commissioning Groups’ (CCGs’) Commissioning Intentions 2016/17 (Countywide)

Norfolk’s five CCGs have submitted their intentions for commissioning services for 2016/17.

Health and Wellbeing Board Latest Update

The latest update from the Health and Wellbeing Board.

Reimagining Years 2 & 3 Discussion

Details and an agenda for the Reimagining Services Years 2 & 3 event on Weds 25th November, from 10.00am-4.00pm at The King's Centre, Norwich.  

Debt Prevention and Guidance

ComVida CIC are pleased to provide Debt Prevention and Guidance to people in the West Norfolk community who are most in need.

Unwanted Teapots?

Forward Day Centre are looking for unwanted teapots, science equipment, a lockable metal cabinet, hand tools, carpentry tools and gardening equipment.  

Community Action Norfolk hosts rural economy discussion events

Community Action Norfolk is hosting a series of discussion events, on behalf of the Rural Development Strategy steering group, looking at economic development in Norfolk's rural communities. 

Sector-Led Plan: You Said, We Did

Throughout our engagement around the Sector-Led Plan, there were some messages that we heard time and again. Work to implement the actions from the Plan continues, but here are some of the ways we have responded so far.

Developing relationships and sharing information with the Care Quality Commission

Please complete this survey to help the Care Quality Commission (CQC) learn more about how the voluntary and community sector can help them share information about their work and gather evidence and intelligence from their priority population groups.

Hunstanton public meeting: town calls for people to be good neighbours

A Good Neighbour Scheme could be set up in Hunstanton and the surrounding area. All are invited to attend a public meeting on Thursday 22nd October at 6.30pm at Hunstanton community centre. 

Social Care Providers: Do you make or contribute to decisions about the future direction of your business?

Social Care Provider opinions are needed to inform Norfolk County Council's, Adult Social Services Market Position Statement for 2016/18.


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