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National Village and Community Hall survey - deadline extended to 30th April

Norfolk’s hundreds of village halls and community venues are often at the heart of local life and, at this difficult time, it’s more important than ever that their value is realised. The National Village and Community Hall Survey deadline has been extended to 30th April to allow everyone to participate.

Healthwatch Norfolk public engagement survey

Healthwatch Norfolk have  launched a public survey which asks participants broadly about their experience of accessing information, care and support during the COVID-19 outbreak.

How is Norfolk’s VCSE sector managing the COVID-19 scenario?

We would appreciate your help in completing two key surveys, one or both of which may be relevant to your work scenario:

One survey helps us assess how the county’s voluntary, community and social enetrprise groups and organsiations are coping. The other is aimed specifically at community buildings and village halls.

Coronavirus / Covid-19 VCSE sector update

If you are (a) involved with a voluntary or community group or organisation (b) are thinking about volunteering or (c) wanting to start up a local help group in your community you'll find a wealth of good advice and guidance in our Norfolk VCSE Covid-19 update. 

Norfolk County Council's Development Worker Team needs your views

Norfolk County Council's Development Worker Team - part of Early Help and Prevention Services within Adult Social Care - provides information, guidance and advice to individuals and communities across Norfolk to support people to stay independent, resilient and well in their own homes for longer.

The cost of living in a rural area

People living in rural areas are having to spend thousands more on household essentials such as groceries, electricity and petrol 

What do HS2 and Norfolk have in common?

On Channel 4 News on 11th February, presenter Cathy Newman interviewed Andy Street, Mayor of the West Midlands, following the government’s decision to forge ahead with HS2. But what's the connection with Norfolk?

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