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Welcome to the LILY (Living Independently in Later Years) online directory

This directory contains listings of organisations, services and activities for older people in West Norfolk, including Swaffham.

It is available for older people living in the area and their families and friends as well as professionals and volunteers working with and supporting older people.

LILY is an important resource for providing older people with vital information which supports them to lead healthy, active and independent lives.

For more background information about LILY click here.

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LOCAL NEWS

  Published: Tuesday, 27th June 2017 The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England is asking local people for their help to draw up a new pattern of council wards for the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk. The consultation is the first…
Fire safety teams in Norfolk are continuing to make home visits and reassure the public about the safety of tower blocks across the county following the Grenfell Tower fire in London. Staff from Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service (NFRS) are working closely with Norfolk County Council’s…
Norfolk Museums Service (NMS) has secured major investment from Arts Council England for the next four years totalling £6,557,808 following a successful bid from the museums service. As one of 831 National Portfolio Organisations of Arts Council England announced today, NMS will receive £4,812,680 directly…
Due to problems caused by the heavy rainfall, Swaffham Leisure Centre is closed. We are working with the Academy, who are responsible for maintaining the building, to ensure that the facility can be re-opened as soon as possible. When the issues have been resolved, details…
How the council works Norfolk County Council has 84 elected Members each representing an electoral division. Every four years the people of each division elect one councillor to be a member of the County Council. The political makeup of the County Council is:Conservative 55Labour 17 Liberal Democrat 11 Find all the…
    You can dispose of hazardous waste such as paint, weed killers and other household chemicals free of charge at specific recycling centres this September and October. In the meantime, if you have old paint use it up yourself or offer it to friends, family or neighbours.…
Volunteers are needed to help Norfolk residents learn to read in a £100,000 project. The Norfolk Reading Pathway run by Norfolk Library and Information Service will help 750 adults and children over eight learn to read. Now up to 150 volunteers of all ages are needed…
A four-year vision of how to support Norfolk’s communities and economy, while saving £124.9 million, is to be developed by the county council. Putting more services into communities, using smarter technology and boosting the economy are among the ideas under consideration. Council leader, Cllr Cliff…
  Published: Friday, 23rd June 2017 Some scheduled repair work to the Hunstanton promenade sea defences is about to start. The work will involve replacing worn or damaged seals between the concrete pads along the Hunstanton promenade. The work will start on 27 June and is expected…
  Published: Thursday, 22nd June 2017 We've issued a joint warning with Norfolk Constabulary, and Norfolk County Council to drivers – if they park illegally on the B1145 at Bawsey they risk a penalty, and may face a day in court. Late last year a…
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