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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. 

Alcohol Awareness Session for West Norfolk VCSEs

This free on-line Teams taster session is being provided for West Norfolk based voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations by Jack Cross, the Prevention and Harm Reduction Coordinator from CGL (Change Grow Live). 

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” 

West Norfolk Volunteer Market Place

Community Action Norfolk, with the support of the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk, have organised a Volunteering Marketplace event

National Lottery Community Fund Meet the Funder Sessions

Meet the funder sessions with the National Lottery Community Fund 

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.

Norfolk’s Voluntary Community and Social Enterprise Sector - Election Pledges

We are asking all candidates in the forthcoming local elections to pledge to support the work of Norfolk’s Voluntary Community and Social Enterprise sector.

Norfolk Energy Switch - helping West Norfolk consumers make real savings on their electricity and gas bills

Energy switching is not a new idea - but 50% of householders have not switched in the last three years. This means their supplier defaults them onto a ‘Standard Variable Tariff’, which typically is the most expensive. No-one should have to pay more than they need to. Collective energy switching uses the bargaining power of a large group of residents to get them a competitive offer. 

FREE 30-mins 1-to-1 advice for West Norfolk VCSE organisations - 14th April

We are offering FREE 30-minute one-to-one advice slots for West Norfolk VCSE organisations on 14th April (a.m.)

Love West Norfolk? Let’s thank West Norfolk on 14th February

The fourth Love West Norfolk day will be marked on Sunday 14th February – and this year, it’s an opportunity for everyone in the area to say: ‘thanks west Norfolk’.  

 

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