Norwich Community Learning Champions


Norwich Community Learning Champions is a

national award-winning project, run by

volunteers from a range of backgrounds.


We see informal learning as a way of bringing people together around meaningful activity.


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Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Norwich Credit Union news


The Norwich Credit Union is opening a new collection point at City Hall customer centre every Thursday 2 noon-2pm - starting on 5th March
For further info, please visit www.norwichcreditunion.org.uk  
call 01603 764904 / 07504 433758
or e: office@norwichcreditunion.org.uk for more details.

Top 10 films that give people in Norfolk the 'Feelgood Factor'


Sunday, 1 March 2015

Active Norfolk Volunteering Event 17th March

A free evening for Volunteers

Share your TIME
Share your SKILL
Share your ENERGY

The evening is for people who already volunteer in sport - 
and for those who would like to get involved.

The evening will include free courses and activities:
- an introduction to volunteering
- social media & marketing
- spot prizes
- free sporting activities for all

This will be the first of a number of evenings all aimed at 
rewarding and upskilling volunteers in Norfolk. 
Come along and help us shape and develop the future of 
volunteering in sport and physical activity.

Date: 17 March 2015
Venue: UEA Sportspark, Norwich, NR4 7TJ
17 March 2015
Time: 6pm - 9pm
Places are limited. Booking essential.

Click HERE for more info and to book your place

Children and Young People's Mental Health: free half day event on 12th March


Friday, 27 February 2015

Girls' Roar Live: celebrate International Women's Day

As part of Norwich’s celebrations for International Women’s Day,International Day of The Girl Norwich and The Wharf, Norwich are teaming up to put on an evening celebrating girls and music!
What: Open Mic night
When: Saturday March 7th, 18.00-21.30
Where: The Wharf Academy, St Martin’s Hall, Oak Street


Girls’ Roar: Live is an open mic night which will showcase the talents and creativity of girls and women from the region – this could include original songs and covers, musical performance or spoken word and can be of any genre, style or ability. The first hour will be dedicated to younger performers (under 13s) after which the floor will be open to all acts. If you are in a band with both male and female performers you are very welcome to join in too!

The event is free to attend and everyone is welcome regardless of whether they want to perform or just support the performances of others.