News & Events
South Norfolk Council will be commencing a public consultation on a draft of its proposed Village Clusters Housing Allocations Plan, starting on Monday 7th June and lasting until 2nd August 2021. Pulham St Mary Parish Council will be considering the … Continue reading
The Norfolk County Community Safety Partnership (NCCSP) – What will make Norfolk a safer place to live, work and visit?
The NCCSP has drafted a new three year Community Safety Plan and want to know if Norfolk residents feel the priorities they have identified, correctly reflect the issues which matter most to them. The consultation will run for eight weeks … Continue reading
Branch meetings are hoping to resume from 22 July 2021. Guests and new members are always welcome. Contact Branch Secretary, Rosemary SteerTel: 01379 854245 Email: [email protected]
Child safety week is held every year by the Child Accident Prevention Trust, acting as a catalyst for thousands of safety conversations and activities UK-wide.For More information on child safety, visit Child Safety Week / Child Accident Prevention Trust (capt.org.uk)
The Chances Project – Helping people get back into work and supporting people who may find it difficult to work due to their health.
Voluntary Norfolk Employment Services Team are part of a new £4.9 million partnership project, led by Norfolk County Council, to help people get back into work. The Chances Project delivers personalised employment support to people both near to and far … Continue reading
A Consultation paper has been drafted and the consultation is expected to commence on the 7th June 2021, running for an 8 week period. No alteration is proposed to the existing settlement limits within the Pulhams Cluster. There is one … Continue reading
Running from 21 – 28 May 2021, the Commonwealth War Graves Commission is running its first ever War Graves Week. The week will shine a light on the work and people who keep remembrance of our war dead alive. They … Continue reading
To Celebrate Creativity and Wellbing week, South Norfolk Council are offering two great online coursed, FREE to all adults who live or work in the Broadland and South Norfolk areas. No previous skills of experience are required, just an open … Continue reading