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Collective heating oil buying combats winter heating blues – and helps support community projects

Winter’s not done with us yet. The cost of heating oil is a big worry for people who live in off-gas areas. Here at CAN we help consumers to buy collectively and save money – and help support community projects at the same time.

Bodge, banter and brew at Wells-next-the-Sea Men’s Shed!

CANConnect grants have been awarded to community groups who are able to demonstrate a positive contribution to improving social engagement in their locality. Wells-next-the-Sea Men’s Shed put their grant to good use in buying their ‘shed’. 

Norfolk Easy Ambles Toolkit

A toolkit is available to help community groups to map walks in their area for people living with dementia and their carers. 

Save on energy bills with Big Switch and Save

People sometimes get a little nervous about switching energy providers – even with the prospect of making considerable savings on their electricity and gas bills. In King’s Lynn and across West Norfolk, the Borough Council in partnership with CAN offers a collective scheme which takes the worry out of choosing the right provider.

Anglian Water's Priority Services Register

Did you know you could be eligible to register for free, additional practical support from Anglian Water’s Priority Services? 

Volunteers are needed in North Norfolk!

Did you know that Volunteering can be local, flexible and fit around your life? 

CAN is working in partnership with Merchant’s Place Volunteer Hub on a 'Volunteer Boost Project' to increase the numbers of volunteers that get involved with local community projects in North Norfolk, particularly the CAN Connect Project and Good Neighbour Schemes. 

Join Inn - Last Orders for Loneliness

Inspired by the Jo Cox Loneliness Campaign a new initiative will be helping pub owners, operators, local authorities and rural community groups look at the pub’s role in providing social spaces.

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