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Fuelling Connections (Norwich) - A resource for people in Norwich

Norwich City Council’s Fuel Poverty and Energy team are promoting “Fuelling connections”, a Facebook group for people in Norwich to share how they save money in their homes and get the most from local services. 

Tackling fuel poverty, and what is available to help you

Community Action Norfolk has been busy delivering training in tacking fuel poverty to front-line staff across the county. 

Resource: 2017 Child Health Profiles

The Public Health England’s 2017 Child Health Profiles collate information presenting an overview of child health and wellbeing in each local area.

Resource: NHS England’s Quick Guide: Health and Housing

NHS England’s Quick Guide: Health and Housing, provides case studies, support and helpful tips on how health and housing services can work together

Norfolk County Council agrees budget cut

Following the meeting of the County Council on 20 February 2017 Norfolk County Council’s has formally confirmed a cut for housing related support (Building Resilient Lives) from £10 million to £7.925m in 2017/18 and £4.5m in 2018/19.

In Good Company – Campaign to Tackle Loneliness in Norfolk

In Good Company is a campaign being run over the next 12 months by more than 20 voluntary and statutory organisations and service providers in Norfolk, with the aim of combatting loneliness among the county’s most vulnerable residents with the key message that no one should spend a lonely day in Norfolk if they don’t want to.
 

Smart Meters - Smart Energy GB

Did you know that even though you are off mains gas you can get a smart meter for your electricity supply?

West Norfolk Advice Hub

Residents of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk can access free, confidential advice and information on debt, housing and general problems, with new initiative funded by the Borough Council and led by Community Action Norfolk.

VCSE Devolution Round-Table 20th June

Community Action Norfolk are hosting a devolution round table event in partnership with Norfolk County Council. The event will take place on Monday 20th June 1000-1200 at Community Action Norfolk’s offices in Dereham

In case of emergency - Community Resilience Plans

Even though the county has some of the lowest rainfall in Britain, 42,500 homes in Norfolk are estimated to be at risk from flooding.  And we know that coastal erosion threatens the very existence of some homes.  How resilient is your community to these threats and others?

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