On 20 November, the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) published their cold weather communications toolkit, which supports the Adverse Weather and Health Plan and the updated Cold-Health Alerting service.
StreetLink is a website which enables members of the public in England and Wales to send an alert when they see someone sleeping rough. Alerts are referred to the relevant outreach team who can connect the person to local support services.
The government has launched the third phase of the ‘ENOUGH’ campaign to tackle violence and sexual harassment against women and girls.
National Energy Action, the fuel poverty charity has released a range of assets for Fuel Poverty Awareness Day taking place on Thursday 30 November. Their stakeholder pack is now available.
The UK Health Security Agency has published Warm Spaces in England: an evidence review and toolkit for organisations.
Norfolk County Council have produced a handy guide to various sources of help available around the County Including translations into various languages.
Supported by local health and care organisations in Norfolk and Waveney the latest Warm and Well Campaign is being launched to help people stay as well as possible during the cold months ahead.
The government is offering funding for projects that aim to use nature to increase flood resilience, but time is short so put your expression of interest in soon.
Norfolk ALC advice leaflets that can be shared or posted, offering advice on preparing for stormy and wet weather.
Norfolk resilience Forum and Norfolk County Council offer advice on how to be prepared for flooding events.