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    The Norfolk Citizens Advice Bureau at King's Lynn offers free, independent, confidential and impartial advice on a number of issues including debts, housing, legal and benefits. It is open on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays between 10am and 2pm and for telephone advice between 9.30am and 4pm Monday…
    STAND OUT AND BE OUTSTANDING Ward Activity Volunteer Opportunities – King’s Lynn and Swaffham Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust are looking for friendly, compassionate and conscientious individuals who would enjoy facilitating a a weekly activity group for two hours each week with patients…
    The Norfolk Conservation Corps has a varied and enjoyable programme, which includes pond maintenance, footpath construction, improvement of meadows and fens, and scrub clearance. No special skills or previous experience are needed as experienced people are always present and willing to help. Necessarsy tools and…
    Help support your local Fire & Rescue Service and help make a vital difference to people's lives. Have you a passion to help people in your local community? Do you want the opportunity to develop new skills and enhance your experience? Norfolk Fire & Rescue…
    Our volunteers are people from our local community who have time to give. They are of all ages and from all backgrounds. The time commitment varies from a few hours a week, to a more occasional basis. All volunteers are vital to our work -…
    For many children and young people, living in care can be unsettling. Having someone there just for them can make all the difference. That someone could be you. As an Independent Visitor you will meet with the child or young person on a monthly basis and…
    The Norfolk National Trust Volunteer Group was re-launched in October 1996, and new conservation volunteers are always welcome. We are a group of friendly like-minded people aged 16 to 60 plus years, who usually meet on alternate Sundays. The group assist wardens to maintain and…
    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…
    We are a new local charity whose aim is to support teachers in improving literacy standards across Norfolk. We do this by providing volunteers to hear children read on a one-to-one basis within Primary Schools. Our volunteers are given an understanding of the importance of…
    Question: Do you believe that everyone has the right to live their life free from abuse and harm? Question: Do you have a background in adult safeguarding? Question: Are you a retired professional who can spare up to 1½ days per month to help protect people vulnerable…