4 Mar 2015: School children in South Norfolk are now guaranteed a healthy meal at lunch time, as a result of South Norfolk Councils partnership working with local councils, Public Health, NORSE and Trading Standards.
9 Feb 2015: 'History still in the making' - one month today, all 22 Town Councils in Norfolk join with the eight Local Authorities in the County to raise the Commonwealth Flag on Monday 9th March - Commonwealth Day 2015.
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.
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital is backing the national campaign which encourages NHS staff introducing themselves to patients in their care by greeting them with the phrase hello my name is”.
Serco has raised £518 for the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital Charity Trust after cycling 620.32 miles in 24 hrs. The funds were specifically dedicated to the Holt Ward's new 1950s style sitting room and the Respiratory Equipment Fund.
A new 24 bed Health and Social Care Reablement Unit, called the Henderson Unit, has been set up in Norwich to help patients recover after a period of ill health in the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (NNUH). The Unit provides an intermediate facility that provides a link directly with community services.
Serco is helping to raise money for the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital Charity Trust. The funds will be specifically dedicated to the Holt Ward's new 1950s style sitting room and the Respiratory Equipment Fund.
A hospital Sister is hoping to take her patients back to memories of the Fifties by raising funds for a 1950s themed day room to help patients with dementia in the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.
The 2015 national Be Clear on Cancer campaign is focussing on oesophageal and gastric cancer. Mr Edward Cheong, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital's Oesophago-gastric and Laparoscopic Surgeon, and Upper GI Cancer Lead is backing the campaign on behalf of his top cancer centre team.