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Big Community Switch is back again! Helping residents to see if they can save on energy bills.

Don't wait any longer to see if you can start saving on your energy bills. Join the Big Community Switch today and take control of your energy costs.

Beat your Bills….new dates added!

Looking for ways to save money? Then our Beat your Bills roadshows are the place to be.

Platinum Jubilee Village Halls Fund, if at first you don't succeed........

This is the third in our series about funding, read more here: part 1 and part 2

Regardless of how much effort you put in, sometimes your application is unsuccessful. This can be for a number of reasons and can leave you feeling more than a little deflated. So if at first you don't succeed, talk to CAN!

Volunteer Marketplace: July 2022

Community Action Norfolk, with the support of the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk, hosted a Volunteering Marketplace which took place last Thursday (14th July).

Three Holes Village Hall and the energy crisis

“Like all of you, the charity has been through the tough times of the Covid lockdowns and, just as some normality seemed to be returning, the costs of energy have risen so much that we are all struggling to find a way to keep up with them” 

Fuel Poverty: West Norfolk included in areas most at risk.

In a report from ACRE and the End Fuel Poverty Coalition, it was estimated that a third of households in West Norfolk and part of King's Lynn were to be in fuel poverty when energy prices increase this April.

QEH Maternity Voices Partnership (MVP) – an invitation to be involved

QEH Maternity Voices Partnership (MVP) is an independent group, supported by Community Action Norfolk, that informs the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH, King's Lynn & Wisbech) and health decision-makers about patients’ experiences of maternity services and how these could be improved. 

West Norfolk VCSE Hub - Collaboration and communication in action

The West Norfolk VCSE Hub provides an excellent mechanism for sharing best practice and opportunities for joined-up thinking. It was established to support discussions about key issues for the voluntary sector and public services in West Norfolk, the aim being to help the VCSE and other sectors work together to ensure that the people of West Norfolk get the best support and services possible. 

Village Hall Improvement Grants – 100% success rate with CAN!

There are around 10,000 village halls across England and many are crucially important to local communities, but their upkeep and improvements cost money. 

Presentations from the West Norfolk Voluntary Sector Conference - 28th November 2016

The presentations from Speakers at the West Norfolk Voluntary Sector Conference on 28th November 2016.

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