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Funding: Audrey Stratford Trust (King's Lynn) - No deadline

Audrey Stratford Trust is looking to fund projects that are based in King's Lynn or focus on King's Lynn residents. 

Second stage of Love West Norfolk campaign

A second stage of the Love West Norfolk campaign will be launched to continue the promotion of all things West Norfolk. 

Funding: Audrey Muriel Stratford Trust (King’s Lynn) - No deadline

Applications are welcomed from projects in King’s Lynn that support education and understanding of the history of the town.

The Benjamin Foundation's Butterfly Butties Lunch Club - King's Lynn

Butterfly Butties Social Action lunch club launched in King's Lynn in August 2017 as part of the In Good Company Campaign and the #iwill pledge. 

Be part of delivering Social Prescribing - West Norfolk and Breckland District Council areas

Community Action Norfolk are seeking to appoint VCSE providers to deliver Social Prescribing in the West Norfolk and Breckland areas  

West Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group appoints a new Governing Body Chair

Community Action Norfolk are sharing this information on behalf of West Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), please contact them directly with any queries.

West Norfolk CCG Appoints a New Governing Body Chair

Dr Paul Williams has been appointed as the new Chair of West Norfolk CCG’s Governing Body.

Dr Williams is the senior partner at Upwell Health Centre.  He has been involved with West Norfolk CCG since before it became a statutory body, working as part of the transitional executive which led to the formation of the CCG. 

ACCESS- supporting migrants in East Anglia are looking to recruit some new trustees

ACCESS- supporting migrants in East Anglia are looking to recruit some new trustees, particularly those who are from migrant communities themselves.

The importance of community transport

For many people, community transport is their only means of getting to and from a medical appointment. It plays an important part in tackling social isolation, maintaining well-being and enabling people to access health services.
 

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