Beep beep, bin man coming through
South Norfolk and Broadland Council, with the help of a choir of children from Coltishall Primary School, have created a video to encourage more recycling during this festive period.
Festive fun at Council’s Kids Camp
Children will have a jolly good time this Christmas at South Norfolk Council’s festive Kids Camp at Long Stratton and Wymondham Leisure Centres.
Driving support in the community
South Norfolk and Broadland District Councils are bringing their much-valued services to their residents through their new Help Hub van.
Wymondham race attracts record numbers
Record numbers of runners joined in the EAMA 10K this Sunday (19 November), organised by South Norfolk Council.
Councils support growth of 200 businesses
South Norfolk Council and Broadland District Council have helped over 200 businesses secure grants totalling almost £700,000, through the Business Builder programme.
Don’t fall foul of rogue waste collectors this Christmas
South Norfolk Council is warning residents and businesses about the perils of using unregistered waste collectors.
Have your say on recycling and waste services in Broadland
Broadland District Council’s environmental partner, Veolia is launching a month long survey starting from Sunday 5 November.
Broadland and South Norfolk celebrate Ukrainian host families
Broadland District and South Norfolk Councils have celebrated the generosity and support of Ukrainian host families at a special event held at its new council offices in Broadland Business Park.
New tenant for Ella May Barnes building
The Ella May Barnes building, providing state-of-the-art laboratories and workspace at Norwich Research Park, has welcomed its first tenant.
South Norfolk and Broadland Councils sign landmark anti-racism pledge
South Norfolk and Broadland Councils have signed a UNISON charter aimed at combatting racism in the public sector.
Working together to get growth moving
Four Councils in Norfolk have formed a unique partnership to address the potentially catastrophic impediment to growth caused by the Nutrient Neutrality restrictions.