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Six-week consultation opens on possible minerals sites across Norfolk

The next step in the process to update Norfolk’s Minerals and Waste Local Plan is getting underway as a six-week consultation opens to the public today, Wednesday 18 September 2019. All parts of the country must have these plans in place and review them every…

Step out to discover Coastal Treasures with Norfolk's Walking and Cycling Festival 2019

The fifth annual Norfolk Walking and Cycling Festival is taking place this October.  This year the festival is being hosted by the Coastal Treasures project which aims to promote sustainable tourism and open-up new ways to explore the rich heritage of West Norfolk. Cllr Andrew…

Nonsensical ‘Instagram Privacy Policy’ Hoax Circulating Rapidly

This rapidly circulating post supposedly gives notice to Instagram that “it is strictly forbidden to disclose, copy, distribute, or take any other action against me based on this profile and/or its contents”. Supposedly, by posting the statement on Instagram, you are legally denying the company…

Article - How to Get Help with Moving Costs

How to Get Help with Moving Costs Not everyone has the financial means to move home when they need to. And life sometimes throws things at us, giving us no choice but to move home. This guide is not just for those on benefits, but…

Hazardous waste events across Norfolk in September and October

For the sixteenth year running, Norfolk's residents can get rid of unwanted household chemicals, safely and securely, at a series of household hazardous waste events at seven of Norfolk County Council's recycling centres this September and October. Waste is hazardous if it can cause harm…

Consultation to help shape local support services for those living with a health concern

Are you an adult with a health concern, or long-term health condition? If the answer is yes, then Active Norfolk would like to hear from you. We want everyone to be able to benefit from being active, regardless of health or ability. So we have…

Would you like a Lily Advisor to come and talk to your group?

Lily Advisors are available to come and give talks to local groups!  If you would like to book a talk please call 01553 616200 or email asklily@west-norfolk.gov.uk They can also come along to coffee mornings and community locations armed with information and an ipad ready…