25 Mar 2015: The world-class excellence of the regions food drink and agricultural sector has been further recognised today as the Government approves the creation of six new Food Enterprise Zones, three of which are in Norfolk and Suffolk.
17 Mar 2015: While the South Norfolk Big Litter Pick 2015 continues to sweep across the district, this Saturday, the first day of Spring, has been designated by the Government as Community Clear Up Day.
17 Mar 2015: Three key areas of agriculture, research and food production in Suffolk and Norfolk are all included in New Anglia LEPs Food Enterprise Zone bid submitted to Government this week (Monday March 16).
17 Mar 2015: The Tour of Britain is set to return to Norfolk and Suffolk on Saturday September 12, after Norfolk County Council joined forces with Active Norfolk and Adnams and a host of council partners across the two counties to fund a return of the UKs most p
9 Mar 2015: More than 730 Commonwealth Flags will be raised in locations throughout the United Kingdom, Channel Islands, Isle of Man, UK Overseas Territories, and Commonwealth countries and on Monday 9 March Commonwealth Day 2015 Heads of State and Prime Min
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.
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 Career Development Co-ordinator, Annie Cook, will be on hand to answer your questions on apprenticeships within the NHS, in particular apprenticeship options at NNUH, on Monday 9th March 4pm 5pm.
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”.