Support for Community Groups

South Norfolk and Broadland Community Links Network 

South Norfolk and Broadland (SNAB) Community Links is a network established in the South Norfolk and Broadland districts. It is designed to bring together individuals who serve as community leaders, volunteers, or are affiliated with voluntary groups and organisations operating within these districts. The primary goal of SNAB Community Links is to foster communication, collaboration, and support within the voluntary, community, and social enterprise (VCSE) sector to help create thriving communities in the region.

The network is led by the Communities Team at the Council, and provides a platform for members to share updates, discuss challenges, and work together to find solutions that benefit the VCSE sector and the broader community.

By participating in SNAB Community Links, individuals and organisations can contribute to the development and well-being of their communities through collaboration, mutual support, and shared resources.

Who can join? 

Membership is open to anyone who is part of a voluntary, community, or social enterprise sector group or organization within South Norfolk and Broadland districts. This includes a wide range of groups, from traditional organizations like Girl Guides and Rotary Clubs to newer initiatives like Community Fridges and Men's Sheds. Additionally, individuals who are interested in learning more about the VCSE sector in the area and want to explore ways to get involved are also welcome to join.

How do I join?

There are several ways to become involved with SNAB Community Links:

  1. Facebook Group: You can join the network's Facebook Group to connect with other members and stay updated on relevant information and discussions.
  2. Mailing list: Signing up for the mailing list allows you to receive updates and important information related to the network and its activities. Email our Communities Team to sign up. 
  3. Network meetings: The network holds regular meetings where members can come together, interact, and participate in discussions. Details about these meetings can typically be found through the Facebook Group or other communication channels.




Broadland Communities Team

Telephone: 01603430431