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A funeral director will guide you through the details and formalities of arranging a funeral. The Citizens Advice Bureau has produced an Adviceguide that gives helpful advice for anyone arranging a funeral.
Christies Care is a family owned and run live-in home care agency, established in 1987. We specialise in providing live-in home care to dependent adults, carefully matching personalities so that our clients have a team of carers whom they know and like. We offer respite care…
A Community Information Point is a rural venue where members of the community can access a wide range of Council services via the internet. To provide the information points, the Borough Council works in partnership with organisations in the local community, such as Parish Councils,…
If you enjoy driving and have some spare time, you could be just the person your local community transport organisation is looking for. Thousands of people across Norfolk rely on volunteer drivers to help them get out and about and do everyday things that most…
Connie’s Care Services has been serving the personal needs of the local community and surrounding areas since 2004. In 2009, the company incorporated and became known as Connie’s Care Services Ltd, and to this day continues to provide high quality, professional care for all who…
Village Screen is a rural and community touring cinema scheme providing quality film screenings in community venues throughout Norfolk. Volunteer promoting groups get together to screen the latest blockbuster or a timeless classic in the comfort of their local village hall or community centre, supported by Creative…
In Magdalen Church every 3rd Wednesday 2pm-4pm Tea, Coffee a piece of cake and a Mardle for all ages £1
Drop-in Cafés are places where people affected by dementia and their families and carers can drop in to socialise and to gain information and support. There are currently regular cafés at: Downham Market Hunstanton King's Lynn Swaffham
The aim of this service is to enable those living with dementia to remain living safely in their own home for longer. Measures that could be considered include signage or colour differentiation for those who suffer with memory loss and are visually impaired, installation of…
Enjoy a Dementia Friendly Lunch in a cosy, welcoming Norfolk village pub. Give yourself the chance to socialise and enjoy a freshly cooked meal in a relaxed atmosphere with those in similar situations within a safe environment. Share stories & support each other or come…