A fast growing lottery launched by a Norfolk council could contribute up to £30,000 to charitable causes by the end of the year.
Breckland has become the first district council to launch a lottery where proceeds will be donated towards good causes in the community.
A council in Norfolk has created a fund to support organisations and communities that wish to stage events that conserve the heritage of the First World War.
Amid challenging times for the high street a council has launched a rate relief scheme to encourage more retail firms into market towns.
Time limits are to be enforced in car parks in and around Swaffham’s town centre in an effort to make parking restrictions more consistent.
Norfolk’s first community fridge has already proved a success just weeks after it was launched.
A new initiative has been launched to encourage people to recycle correctly while also raising funds for local schools in the Watton and Carbrooke area.
A ground-breaking programme, funded by a £185,000 lottery grant, is being launched across the Breckland district next week to engage isolated older people in the arts.
New or relocating businesses in Breckland’s five market towns are being given the opportunity to claim up to 80 percent rate relief in their first year.
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