10 Dec 2014: South Norfolk Council is helping to keep the district looking spick and span, enabling residents and visitors to celebrate the festive season in style, in and around the four market towns.
4 Dec 2014: South Norfolk Councils annual scheme to help older and vulnerable people to stay warm and well in their homes, and been stepped up by working closely with Age UK, Breckland District Council and the South Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group.
3 Dec 2014: South Norfolk Councils policy of ensuring that people have a choice of affordable housing options has resulted in hundreds of families being able to celebrate Christmas in their first home.
2 Dec 2014: South Norfolk Council has successfully secured £36,500 in funding from the Our Place programme which will help to bring communities, voluntary and public organisations together to focus on key concerns locally and transform the way they deliver servi
OXFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL ARE ATTEMPTING TO CONTROL PENSIONERS RIGHTS TO MANAGE THEIR OWN FINANCES AND AFFAIRS.
A Pensioner from Henley appears to be bullied by 0XFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL SOCIAL SERVICES DEPT. He is being told that he cannot continue to manage his mothers financial affairs any more because they are going to.
In November the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital asked local people to take up their knitting needles and crochet hooks by knitting soft toys to raise funds for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unity (NICU).
Some of the new roles are based in the hospital and others will be helping patients in the community. They include being a dementia support companion for older patients and supporting patients as they return home from hospital. There will also be opportunities to be part of the ward teams and carry out surveys to collect patients' views as they leave hospital.
Patients, visitors and staff at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital will be treated to festive tunes when more than 200 children from five schools across the region will visit to entertain the public.
The Christmas Alpacas will be one of the main attractions at the Christmas Fayre being held at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital from 4pm to 8pm on Thursday 11th December. Father Christmas will be in his grotto giving gifts to children and Norfolk Chef Richard Hughes will be holding a special Christmas cookery demonstration from 5pm to 6pm.