We are a partnership of over 20 members: organisations and individuals who work to support those who are bereaved by suicide. Many of us have lost someone to suicide and so we understand the devastation it can leave behind.  We passionately campaign for those who…
Caring for someone covers lots of different things, like helping with their washing, dressing or eating, taking them to appointments or keeping them company when they feel lonely or anxious.If this sounds like you, and you are providing unpaid care or support to an adult…
Help around the home, Meals-on-wheels, Travel, Day centres and groups, equipment, assistive technology, alarms, repairs and more. 
Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide exist to meet the needs and break the isolation experienced by those bereaved by suicide.  We are a self-help organisation and we aim to provide a safe, confidential environment in which bereaved people can share their experiences and feelings, so…
Swaffham & Litcham Home Hospice supports patients who live with cancer, or terminal illnesses. The Home Hospice provides support and reassurance for patients and their families, working closely with partners in the NHS. Services are free and available to patients in Swaffham & Litcham and…
If you are a local resident and in need of any support with collecting shopping or medication the Parish Council may be able to help. Residents have been supplied with numbers, however if you need to contact the Parish Council and do not have these,…
Our pets are happiest at home in their familiar environment and with their favourite routines. Our busy lives can sometimes mean that we have to juggle demands and this is where I can step in and help.   I live in Walpole Cross Keys, and offer flexible pet…
At Take Our Hand we understand how difficult it is to be a young person, so when you add a bereavement to the mix it can have a detrimental effect on them, their lives and those closest to them. This is why at Take Our…
Many older people tell Age UK Norfolk how much they value and enjoy a regular weekly phone call with one of their friendly volunteers. The aim of the service is to provide emotional support, mental stimulation, entertainment and friendship. Contact Age UK Norfolk’s for details,…
If you are a local resident and in need of any support with collecting shopping or medication the Parish Council may be able to help. Call the Parish Clerk for information on any volunteers they currently have helping to support residents. *Details correct at time…