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Spring Into Wellbeing

Norfolk Adult Learning have come up with a whiz banger of an idea to help us all shrug off the strains and stresses of the past year.

They are running a free series of sessions and 4‑week short courses under the banner of ‘Spring into Wellbeing’ including meditation, yoga, languages and mindfulness.

The sessions and short courses offer you the chance to focus on mind and body via mindfulness and yoga, kickstart your cognitive abilities through language tasters, or explore your creative side. You’ll have support and guidance throughout from expert tutors.

Please see the PDF file below or

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Important information about the NHS COVID-19 vaccination programme

To read the latest information from the Norfolk and Waveney Clinical Commissioning Group about the vaccination programme, please click on the link below. If you wish to download this document, click on the download button.


Census 2021

Census 2021 will provide a snapshot of modern society

Households across Norfolk will soon be asked to take part in Census 2021.

The census is a once-in-a-decade survey that gives us the most accurate estimate of all the people and households in England and Wales. It has been carried out every decade since 1801, with the exception of 1941.

It will be the first run predominantly online, with households receiving a letter with a unique access code, allowing them to complete the questionnaire on their computers, phones or tablets.

“A successful census will ensure everyone from local government to charities can put services and funding in the places where they are most needed,” Iain Bell, deputy national statistician at the Office for National Statistics, said.

“This could mean things like doctors’ surgeries, schools and new transport routes. That’s why it is so important everyone takes part and we have made it easier for people to do so online on any device, with help and paper questionnaires for those that need them.”

Census day will be on March 21, but households across the country will receive letters with online codes allowing them to take part from early March.

The census will include questions about your sex, age, work, health, education, household size and ethnicity. And, for the first time, there will be a question asking people whether they have served in the armed forces, as well as voluntary questions for those aged 16 and over on sexual orientation and gender identity.

Results will be available within 12 months, although personal records will be locked away for 100 years, kept safe for future generations.

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Free Training to Support Community Volunteers

Volunteers provide an incredible range of support for their communities, and as we find ourselves in a winter lockdown the need for volunteers to support the coronavirus response with services like telephone support and befriending has never been greater.

Even a few minutes of physical activity can bring mental and physical health benefits. Not everyone is comfortable talking about physical activity, so Active Norfolk is hosting two free training courses to help those working in the voluntary sector feel more confident in talking about it.

Whether you’re a regular volunteer or have stepped in to support the coronavirus response, this free training will help you feel confident in talking about exercise and in supporting residents in their community with their health and wellbeing.

The course covers practical elements such as conversation starters, how to recommend physical activity, and ideas and resources to signpost to amongst others.

The sessions will be held virtually on Thursday 11th February 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. and Wednesday 10th March 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.

To find out more information and book your place, email or visit


Police Budget Consultation

The annual police budget consultation has been launched.

Please take the time to consider the budget consultation information published at and have your say via the short online survey. The consultation will close on Friday 22 January 2021.


Transport Strategy Survey

Transport East is the Sub-national Transport Body for Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Southend-on-Sea and Thurrock. Their priority is to develop the region’s transport strategy to unlock additional investment, working in close collaboration with the government and the rest of the UK.  

To help shape their transport strategy they want to hear views from across the region.  Please could you take ten minutes to complete this survey

The survey covers a range of topics about travel choices, the impact of COVID-19 and the priorities for transport in the region and will be open until 11.59pm on Sunday 17 January 2021. 

The results from the survey, along with direct feedback from engagement with councils, businesses and community groups in the region, will help to ensure a clear direction of travel which aligns with the objectives of their partners and the public.  

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Bradwellian: Your Thoughts?

Please would you let us know what you think of the new look Bradwellian by clicking on the link below:

Bradwellian Survey

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and a big thanks to all the volunteers who have supported us in its delivery.

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COVID-19 Vaccination Volunteer Drivers

Vaccination is the only way we are going to overcome this virus.
Protecting the most vulnerable of our residents is so very important and The County Council needs your help to co-ordinate transport for those unable to make their own way to these centres.
Can YOU help by encouraging local volunteer groups to register their lift services as set out below

The County Council are supporting the Clinical Commissioning Groups with how they transport people to the N&N and the James Paget hospitals for Covid vaccines and with additional sites that came this week across Norfolk.

It notes that many people will be well used to getting to and from the hospital, many will use public transport and be linked in with volunteer transport already, which is great. However, many will not and will need help getting there.

They should go to to upload this information. Whilst the volunteer driver scheme that NCC manages will be able to help a lot of people, they are a limited resource centrally and affected by the fact that many of their drivers are older people, so we are trying to make it as easy as possible for people to get transport

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Bradwell Vaccination Update

As well as the two centres at the Norfolk and Norwich and the James Paget Hospitals the Norfolk and Waveney Clinical commissioning Group has announced that the following centres are now open

  • Fakenham Medical Practice, Fakenham
  • St James Medical Practice, King’s Lynn
  • Lionwood Medical Practice, Norwich
  • Falkland Surgery, Bradwell
  • Swanton Morley Surgery, Swanton Morley
  • Thetford Healthy Living Centre, Thetford
  • Kirkley Mill Surgery, Lowestoft

These seven sites will be acting as ‘primary care hubs’: vaccinating patients from their own practice as well as other neighbouring practices from this week:

Those who are most at risk from COVID-19 are being prioritised first; members of the public who are over 80 years-old, care home workers and a small number for at risk frontline NHS staff.

GP practices work closely together with neighbouring practices in local groups called Primary Care Networks (PCNs).  Each PCN will have a designated vaccination site, providing a good geographical spread of vaccination locations across Norfolk and Waveney.

Each of these sites will vaccinate patients from across a number of the PCN’s member practices – not just those on their own surgery list.  People in the ‘at risk’ priority groups will be contacted to make an appointment no matter which practice they are registered with.

Following the go live of the first seven GP practice vaccination sites this week, the local NHS is working with PCNs to mobilise additional large and small community sites over the coming weeks and months. GP practices are working through their lists and booking in the first patients for vaccination appointments at either the hospital hubs based in Norwich and Great Yarmouth or at a local GP surgery site.  All those being vaccinated will be asked to fill in a health screening questionnaire and consent form.