across the UK, and the sun was shining on the Jenny Lind area of Norwich for our Picnic in the Park.Queen’s Platinum Jubilee
, our executive producer, looks back at the day.
approach sees us using our skills, experience and resources and applying them to working with small groups of volunteers co-designing creative projects that address a need or make a change they want to see in their community.
a great opportunity to continue our community consultation, get people involved, talk to residents and, of course, celebrate the jubilee together.
Unsigned participant and our youth patron Finn Doherty, The Evaders, the Mechanism Quintet and the Vagaband.
represents Norfolk County Council’s Town Close Ward, had a great time at the picnic.
really high quality and many parents said how important it was for the children to run around and do fun things with their friends. Something that was so sorely missed during lockdowns.
best ever day of takings and a charity shop taking treble their usual income for a Thursday.
for hosting such a fabulous event.”
, and Norwich City Council for the loan of the flags
With our Picnic in Jenny Lind Park just days away, we thought what a great time to introduce our new community producer Sarah Witcomb. Right
Our Taverham Community Ambassadors Programme (CAP) got off to a huge success last Friday. The group’s aim is to take social action and to make
CAP 2021 youngsters excited to put passion for the environment into practice with Norwich pond clean-up
Norwich teenager Anya Bond has been putting her passion for the environment into action. She joined her fellow Community Ambassadors Programme (CAP) members on a