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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Thursday, 13 November 2014

Norwich City Council budget consultation

The Council is currently looking at what priorities it should have for the future and is preparing its budget for 2015-16. 
They continue to face a number of challenges and choices and would like to hear your views on:
  • the ways in which you contact them to access services 
  • what services you would like to access by electronic methods in the future
  • proposals to introduce further 20mph zones.

To participate in the consultation please follow the link below. The consultation closes on Tuesday 6th January 2015

Saturday, 8 November 2014

IT lessons for unpaid carers starting soon at Silver Road Community Centre

Norwich based charity Chill4us have been successful in gaining Big lottery funding to help unpaid carers across Norfolk gain and improve their IT skills.

Lessons will be held in the Silver Road Community Centre.

For more information visit the Chill4us website here or contact Wendy at Chill4us directly via: 

t: 01603 340193   email: 

Thursday, 6 November 2014

Under 11's football team looking for new players

Costessey Sports under 11's football team are currently looking for a few new players to join their existing squad. 

Training is every Tuesday night at the FDC in Bowthorpe from 6:30pm til 8pm. 
All training is carried out by fully qualified coaches. 
To be eligible to play for this team players must be in school years 5 or 6
So if you would like to join a very friendly group get in touch by calling 07882 904962 or emailing 

Norfolk Says No: Domestic abuse briefing sessions

As part of Norfolk says No week at the end of November, Norwich City Council is hosting a free series of briefing sessions on domestic abuse and online / electronic abuse throughout campaign week at City Hall in Norwich.  The briefing sessions are just one hour long and aim to raise awareness of the issues and provide information on support services available. The sessions are free to attend, but booking is essential.

Dates and times of these sessions are listed below. To request a place, please email Jo Sapsford at: .  
These sessions are very popular and are booked fast so please book quickly!