Bramerton Community Café

Our next coffee morning will be in the village hall on Easthill Lane on Saturday 8th June from 10am until 12 noon. There will be freshly brewed tea and coffee plus a wonderful selection of mouth watering home baked cakes. Come along and meet friends and neighbours old and new. If you’ve not been before please take this opportunity to drop by and meet others who live in the village.

If you need a lift or would like someone to accompany you to the hall please call Angie on 01508 538769 or Jane on 01508 538016.

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South Norfolk Help Hub Bulletin 45

Please see attached edition 45 of the South Help Hub bi-weekly bulletin – South Norfolk Help Hub bulletin 100519

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South Norfolk on Show – Sunday 30th June

Our annual FREE South Norfolk on Show takes place on Sunday 30th June, here are South Norfolk Council, Long Stratton.  Further details attached – South Norfolk on Show-LR

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Norwich Early Help Hub Bulletin 4

Please see attached edition 4 of the Norwich Early Help Hub Bulletin – Norwich Help Hub Bulletin v4 30042019 (1)

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Bramerton Litter Pick

Bramerton had a good litter pick on Saturday with 10 people turning out, covering all roads and lanes in the Parish, and collecting 10 bags of litter, later collected by South Norfolk Council.  Thanks to all those parties involved.

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South Norfolk Help Hub Bulletin 44

Please see attached edition 44 of the South Help Hub bi-weekly bulletin – South Norfolk Help Hub bulletin v44

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Pathmakers trustee vacancies

I am emailing to let you know that our charity, Pathmakers is seeking new trustees to help with its work to increase access to the countryside in Norfolk.

The charity (which was set up by the Norfolk Local Access Forum) to increase public access to the countryside (charity registration 1161475) is looking for 5 new trustees with a passion for walking, cycling and the environment, to shape, support and future-proof the charity over the next 3 years as it enters an exciting phase of development.
To help us grow we are looking for experienced members of the public to join the Pathmakers board. We are particularly keen to recruit trustees with skills in: leadership, financial management and fund-raising, administration, community engagement, communications, marketing, legal operating framework for small charities and project management.

These are not paid roles, but we will cover expenses. In return for volunteering for about 8 hours per month Trustees appointed will:
– Get the chance to meet people from diverse backgrounds and sectors who are keen to protect the environment and to create better access;
– Take part in four board meetings per year, bringing their personal perspective and skills to certain tasks;
– Develop strategic thinking and questioning skills;
– Receive full induction and training for their role.

Recent and current Pathmakers projects include:
– Delivery of a 600 metre boardwalk at Burgh Castle to greatly improve access for all at this fascinating site;
– Community Friends Walks, a project funded by Ordnance Survey to prepare the way for developing a Smartphone app to help people find local walking routes;
– Liftoff, a project part funded by the European Social Fund to enable small or medium-sized rural businesses offer work experience, work trials and internships for those who might face barriers to finding work in the environment sector;
– Paving the Way, a bid in development to the Heritage Lottery Fund to develop trustee skills through a programme of learning visits and initiatives to strengthening governance.

For further details and to apply online please go to:

If you have any queries or require a paper version of the application form, please contact
The deadline for applications is 31st May 2019

Administrator for Pathmakers | 01603 222810
Pathmakers (CIO), Charity number 1161475
Registered address: c/o Environment Team Norfolk County Council, Floor 6 County Hall, Norwich, NR1 2SG

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