South Norfolk/ Broadland District Council can investigate a wide range of anti-social behaviour that affects the use and enjoyment of your home, garden and your local area. For any issues that they are not able to investigate, they can provide advice, guidance and information on who to contact for assistance. Please visit https://www.southnorfolkandbroadland.gov.uk/neighbourhood-issues for more information and to report problems.
Find you bin collection day (South Norfolk District Council)
Jubilee Trees for Norfolk scheme
Norfolk County Council are celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with a Jubilee Trees for Norfolk offer. They are giving people in Norfolk the chance to apply for tree packs that are up to 50% off their original cost. Please follow the link for more information: www.norfolk.gov.uk/jubileetrees
Support with Living Costs
Norfolk Assistance Scheme
Norfolk Assistance Scheme (NAS) helps people in financial hardship to pay for their living costs. The scheme can provide emergency financial help, supply essential household goods and furniture and give support, guidance and advice.
People can apply themselves. They will need to complete an application with evidence of their financial situation to show they are eligible for support. For more information and to apply go to:
Emergency funding/housing related costs
Local district, borough or city council can offer a wide range of support:
- Breckland District Council Community Support hub
- Broadland Council and South Norfolk District Council help hub
- Great Yarmouth Borough Council residents support
- King’s Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council support directory
- North Norfolk District Council help hub
- Norwich City Council services and support
Community supermarkets and community fridges offer a long-term solution. They offer a wide range of affordable groceries and enable people to choose the food they would like to buy so they can put together well-balanced, nutritious meals. Norfolk County Council is supporting Norfolk Community Foundation’s Nourishing Norfolk movement to develop 15 food hubs in Norfolk.
Find out more about how people can access foodbanks, community supermarkets and community fridges On Norfolk County Council’s website:
Help with food and drink
The Tricky Period and Toiletries to Go
All Norfolk Libraries have free bags of sanitary products and toiletries available to grab and go. They are freely available and there is no need to ask.
More information about what is available is on Norfolk County Council’s website:
Tricky Period and Toiletries
Norfolk’s Adult Learning service is running:
- Budgeting courses such as “beat the bills”.
- Cooking courses in conjunction with Community Supermarkets.
- Family learning activities in school holidays.
Find out what’s available and book online.