Norfolk Association of Local Councils (Norfolk ALC) is a not for profit membership Association of parish and town councils. It is a member of the National Association of Local Councils (NALC). Please contact us if you wish to know more about membership of Norfolk ALC.

Norfolk ALC provides specialist information, advice and training to parish and town councils. It speaks with a strong collective voice, representing members' corporate interests through the National body to government and works in partnership with a county network of District, Borough, County Councils and other public service providers.

Norfolk ALC is managed by an Executive Committee made up of elected representatives from parish and town councils from all the districts in Norfolk, excluding Norwich City Council, currently not parished.

The County Officer, Russell Reeve, manages the Norfolk ALC office in County Hall with support staff and a complementary team of specialist officers and partners who ensure the programme is responsive to the broad range of services in demand by parish and town councils.

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Latest News

NALC Star Councils 2019

Nominations can now be made for National ALC's Star Councils for 2019. These prestigious and popular national awards recognise the achievements and celebrate the impact local councils, local councillors and clerks make to their communities. Information, and how to apply, is on the NALC website: https://www.nalc.gov.uk/our-work/star-councils-awards . Contact us if interested in making an application from Norfolk. The deadline is 28 June.

Posted: Thu, 21 Mar 2019 09:30 by Helen Carrier

2018/19 Financial Year-End

PKF Littlejohn guidance for the 2018/19 financial year-end will be on their website from today www.pkf-littlejohn.com

AGAR forms are being emailed in week commencing 25 March.

Posted: Wed, 20 Mar 2019 10:30 by Helen Carrier

Combatting loneliness and social isolation in Norfolk

The impact of loneliness and social isolation is significant for many residents in our communities in Norfolk. To tackle this problem, Norfolk County Council adult social services are investing in ways of preventing and reducing loneliness that address the barriers to people having the quality and quantity of social connections that they would like. This approach is explained in the attached document.

Posted: Tue, 19 Mar 2019 14:30 by Helen Carrier