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Going digital or going bust

15th October 2020

Rebecca White, of Your Own Place, discusses their journey into lockdown.

The Unsung Heroes

14th May 2020

James Bagge, founder of the Walking4Norfolk movement, highlights some unsung heroes in our community:

The psychological consequences of coronavirus

21st April 2020

Sir Norman Lamb discusses the psychological consequences of coronavirus and the key role that community groups will have in helping to combat this.

James Bagge: Show your love for West Norfolk on Love West Norfolk Day

29th January 2020

Former High Sheriff of Norfolk and Love West Norfolk campaign Ambassador James Bagge talks about his love for this part of the county and how you can support Love West...

Windows 7 and January 14th 2020

20th December 2019

Simon Ramm of IT company Premier Links discusses changes to the support of the Microsoft operating system early next year that organisations need to be aware of.

Supporting vulnerable older people through the cold winter months

5th December 2019

Many older people are especially vulnerable during winter. Michelle Jay, Fundraising & Communications Officer at Age UK Norfolk, discusses how the charity is helping to provide support through the Surviving...

The House that shames us

17th October 2019

The Reverend Canon Andrew Bryant, Canon for Mission and Pastoral Care at Norwich Cathedral, discusses the appearance of a special house in the Cathedral.

How to make your Norfolk charity more cycle-friendly

13th September 2019

By Liz Hollis, freelance journalist and media consultant

The dementia journey: Life as a carer

6th September 2019

Marie Lucas, Coordinator of Norwich City Dementia Action Alliance, shares her personal account of life as a carer in a family affected by dementia.

In good shape – the voluntary sector in the East of England

3rd July 2019

The National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) has recently updated the figures for its UK Civil Society Almanac.