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Norfolk Arts Forum Bulletin 18 October 2019

Fri, 10/18/2019 - 15:00

Dear Norfolk Arts Forum Members,

Welcome to the 18 October 2019 edition of the Norfolk Arts Forum Bulletin.

Below you will find information on jobs, opportunities and funding for the arts in Norfolk.

You can also find out information and share arts opportunities on our Social Media pages:
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Norfolk Arts Forum Open Space, Norwich Arts Centre, 21 November, 9.45am - 4.00pm

How can we ensure that Norfolk’s cultural sector is innovative, collaborative and international?

This year, instead of our usual conference, we are holding an all-day ‘Open Space’ event at Norwich Arts Centre on Thursday 21st November. Open Space is a technique for running events where participants create and manage the agenda around a particular theme, or focus. It’s considered to be a very good means of enabling people to engage collectively with issues and come up with ideas and solutions. Your conference feedback has suggested that you would welcome the opportunity for this kind of event.

The focus of our first Open Space will be on Arts Council England’s forthcoming new strategy and action plan, Shaping the Next Ten Years. The strategy, which will shape how Arts Council England will deliver its development, advocacy and investment approach for the next decade, will come into effect in April 2020.

The day will be facilitated by Martin Gent, a creative practitioner, consultant and facilitator working across a number of different and connected areas of activity. Martin is a passionate believer in the collaborative process as a way to work creatively to help empower people and teams to have the confidence and skills to change, innovate and make something new.

The event is free to attend with tea and coffee provided (please bring your own lunch).
Book Here

In This Issue: Job Opportunities Artsmark Officer - Arts Council England, Cambridge or Birmingham Office

Salary: £27,125 per annum, plus excellent benefits
Contract: Permanent, working 35 hours per week

Do you have excellent project management and administration skills? Are you confident communicating with a range of stakeholders? Are you interested in helping to shape, support and champion cultural education in schools?
We are looking for someone who is super organised and enjoys taking the lead in prioritising a varied workload. You must be an excellent team player and confident in using Excel. As a key member of the team, you will be integral to daily operations with the opportunity to lead areas of programme analysis, research and development. You will work closely with external partners who support delivery and will contribute to advocacy of the award.

Apply Here
Deadline 28 October 2019

Programme & Productions Manager - Norwich Theatre Royal

Salary: £32,000
40 hrs per week

This brand new role is an opportunity for someone who is creative and passionate about all forms of performance, and who has experience in a Programming role within a Theatre. Supporting the ongoing development and delivery of the organisation’s multi-artform Artistic Strategy, this role works to provide joined-up support for the Programming Director, Playhouse Director and Learning and Participation Director in programming our three stages at Norwich Theatre Royal, Norwich Playhouse and Stage Two. As well as providing overall support, the role will have responsibility for genre and venue specific programming strands, including our growing programme of non-stage based and site specific performances, as well as individual producing and co-producing projects.

Learn more here

If you have any questions or would like to have an informal discussion about this role then please email applications@theatreroyalnorwich.co.uk, providing your contact details and we will come back to you to arrange a suitable time for a conversation.

To apply for this position;
Please provide your CV and a covering letter, providing examples of how you believe your skills and experience match the requirements detailed within the Job description and Person Specification to applications@theatreroyalnorwich.co.uk

Deadline 18 November 2019

Business Support Co-ordinator - National Trust, East of England Regional Office, Westley Bottom

£11,957 pa
Permanent p/t (22.5 hrs pw)

Known for your exceptional organisational skills and your love of delivering first class support, you’ll provide a comprehensive administration service to the Marketing, Membership and Commercial teams. As well as looking after people’s diaries and movements, you’ll be confident using a variety of IT packages to create reports, keep accurate records, and write timely and accurate internal/external communications. You’ll run a tight ship, and will soon be the go to person for your team.

Apply Here
Deadline 5 November 2019

Volunteers Coordinator x 2 - Norfolk & Norwich Festival

6 month fixed term contracts 27th Jan – 24th July 2020

The Volunteers Coordinators’ role is to support the Volunteers Officer with the recruitment and
training of volunteers for the festival. The Coordinators then coordinate volunteers’ support of the
Festival by matching their availability, skills and interests to the organisation’s needs. The post
holders need to enjoy working with a range of people, have excellent written and verbal
communication skills, be confident at word processing and using spreadsheets as well as having
good attention to detail and strong planning skills.

Apply Here
Deadline 18 November 2019, midday

Visitor Services Assistant - Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge

Salary £20,130-£23,067 pro rata
Part Time, Fixed Term

The Polar Museum is looking for two Visitor Services Assistants to work on Sunday at the Polar Museum, which is part of the Scott Polar Research Institute. The Visitor Services Assistant is the first person visitors to the museum encounter during their visit. The post holder/s will work to support front of house volunteers and to ensure that visitors have an engaging experience when they visit the Polar Museum. They will also have the opportunity to deliver activities including object handling stations, short tours and occasionally support events including private bookings of the lecture theatre and our popular, and very busy, family days.

Apply Here
Deadline 20 October 2019 

Senior Library Assistant - University of Cambridge

Salary £23,067-£26,715 pro rata
Part Time, Fixed Term

The role holder will be in charge of selecting and administering the acquisition and cataloguing of modern publications in Hebrew, and be delegated to support the Department in a variety of clerical and professional tasks, appropriate to the level of expertise and training. They will be providing original, downloaded and edited bibliographical records in an agreed metadata format and according to agreed standards, and will contribute to authority control procedures and quality management of metadata. The role holder will liaise with Cambridge academic staff, suppliers and readers and be a key contact for Hebrew-language related enquiries.

Apply Here
Deadline 20 October 2019

Film and Digital Media Co-ordinator - University of Cambridge 

Salary £26,715-£30,942
Fixed-term until 31 July 2021

The role offers an exciting opportunity to lead on the development and delivery of films, photography, and digital content to support the application process. This will involve working with external production companies, planning content and messaging, overseeing filming and editing, as well as liaising with colleagues and stakeholders across the University, evaluating impact, and producing in-house projects.

Apply Here
Deadline 27 October 2019

Quality Administration Officer - Norwich University of the Arts

Temporary: Maternity cover
Salary: £23,754 to £27,511 per annum

We are seeking a highly motivated and efficient administrator to provide a comprehensive support service for the University’s Quality Management and Enhancement (QME) office. The post holder will undertake administrative duties, overseeing the delivery of a variety of processes that support the QME framework.

Apply Here
Deadline 4 November 2019, 5pm

Curator - Time & Tide Museum, Great Yarmouth

£26,999 - £28,785 per annum (Scale H)
37 hours per week
Temporary contract (Maternity cover) for up to 12 months from January 2020

You will be responsible for the curatorial management of Eastern Area Museums collections and archives within Norfolk Museums Service. This role is a maternity cover and will involve working with four museums in the east of the county.
You will make the collections accessible to the public through the development and delivery of high-quality temporary exhibitions, permanent displays and publications along with providing an effective enquiries and research service.
You will have significant experience of working within a curatorial role in a museum or gallery developing and delivering high curatorial standards through collections interpretation and displays. You will also have experience of collections care and public engagement in a similar environment.

Apply Here
Deadline 30 October 2019

SMT Administrator - Norwich University of the Arts

Salary: £11,877 to £13,755 per annum
18.5 hours per week

We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated individual to provide a comprehensive administrative service to support the Deans of Faculty and office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Academic). The successful candidate will be an experienced administrator who is used to working in a busy office environment.

Apply Here
Deadline 31 October 2019, 5pm

Student Recruitment Officer - Norwich University of the Arts

Salary: £28,331 to £32,817 per annum
Temporary: Maternity Cover

We are looking for an experienced and committed person to deliver all NUA’s student recruitment events on campus as well as occasionally representing NUA at regional and national recruitment fairs, colleges and schools. These events range from Open Days and gallery workshops to coordinating art competitions.

Apply Here
Deadline 28 October 2019, 9am

Marketing Executive - Archant, Norwich

Salary of £18,050 rising to £19,000

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join Archant’s marketing services team. Archant is a privately owned media company with over 50 news brands, a magazine portfolio and an extensive range of websites and B2B events. This is a great opportunity for someone to kick-start their career within marketing and grow in a fast-moving company. We are looking for someone who is passionate about marketing and wants the opportunity to take ownership and create and deliver engaging consumer and trade campaigns to grow our audiences and engage with our commercial clients.
Working closely with third parties and internal colleagues, you will play a key role in the co-ordination of brand marketing activities, design briefings and writing marketing copy as well as booking and monitoring campaigns and using digital channels especially social media and email.

Apply Here
Deadline 25 October 2019

Page Designer - Archant, Norwich

Salary of £18,050 rising to £19,000

We are recruiting for a talented Page Designer to join our editorial production department in Norwich working on our award-winning newspaper titles covering the UK. The successful candidate will be adept working with InDesign and Photoshop, have a good eye for design, proven flair and be able to use images and graphics creatively. Experience of working within a production environment and to tight deadlines would be an advantage. The successful candidate will operate as part of a team of designers and will need a good teamworking ethic, but will also be able to organise and work effectively on their own. Good communication skills are essential as the role involves interaction with many editorial departments across all Archant centres.

Apply Here
Deadline 25 October 2019

Print Journalist - Archant, Norwich

The salary for this role is £23,000 to £26,000 pa based on experience.

We are recruiting a talented journalist to join our editorial production department in Norwich working on our award-winning newspaper titles covering the UK.
With an understanding of what makes a good story and how to present it well, you will be a qualified journalist with experience of working in a print environment.
We want people who understand the future is digital but still love newspapers and realise print will always have a role to play. A knowledge and understanding of the Atex content management system would be an advantage.

Apply Here
Deadline 1 November 2019

Chief Executive - Baker Richards, Cambridge

We are looking for an inspirational, creative and entrepreneurial leader to take on the new position of Chief Executive. Baker Richards is in the process of becoming an Employee Ownership Trust and this new role is a critical appointment that will both act as a Trustee Director and sit at the centre of Baker Richards’ senior management. The primary responsibilities of the incoming Chief Executive will be to work with the exceptional Baker Richards team to define and shape the next chapter of the company’s future, and to drive business growth. This role could suit a senior leader in the cultural sector who is looking for a change in career, or someone who has prior experience in business development in an agency and/or consulting role but we would welcome an application from anyone who feels they meet the person specification, regardless of the nature/direction of your career to date. Relocation to Cambridge is not necessary, but travel (mainly UK, but some international) is an essential requirement of the position.

Apply Here
Deadline 21 November 2019, 1pm.

Museum Learning Assistant - Time and Tide Museums, Great Yarmouth

£8,752 - £9,663 per annum (Scale F)
15 hours per week - Thursday and Friday
Fixed term contract/secondment opportunity until 31 May 2020 (may be extended subject to funding)

This is an exciting opportunity to join an award-winning learning team based at the Time and Tide Museum. You will help us to deliver our programme of high-quality events and activities for schools and other learning groups. We are looking for a creative, meticulous and enthusiastic individual with excellent interpersonal and communication skills. We are particularly interested in hearing from people with experience of working in or with schools.

Apply Here
Deadline 28 October 2019

Head of Development - Bury St Edmunds Theatre Royal

Salary: £29,000 to £30,000 per annum depending on experience
Full-time, Permanent

An opportunity has arisen for an experienced Fundraiser with a passion for the arts and specifically theatre to join Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds Management team as Head of Development. This role devises and delivers the strategy for raising an annual core target, and project work requirements.
This 350-seat Georgian theatre is currently celebrating it’s 200th anniversary with special events to supplement the varied and vibrant programme of work.

Apply Here
Deadline 24 October 2019, midday

Deputy Retail and Admissions Manager - IWM Duxford

Hours 37.5 per week / Permanent
Salary £22,470 per annum

The purpose of this role is to assist the Retail and Admissions Manager of IWM Duxford in efficiently managing the day to day operation of the Imperial War Museum Duxford shop and admissions in order to achieve targets and maximise profitability. To ensure that all staff are fully trained and developed and that they deliver a consistently high standard of customer service. To ensure correct adherence, by you and those you manage, to retail and admissions’, security and financial procedures including the security of monies and stock.

Apply Here
Deadline 28 October 2019

Digital Producer - Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge

37.5 hours per week (full time)
Salary: £25,000 per annum

We are seeking a talented Digital Producer to join Wysing at an exciting time; when we will be significantly increasing digital activity. Our 2020 programme will put broadcasting at its centre and we are looking for someone with strong digital skills to join our programme team to help us deliver this work, and to ensure that digital and broadcast activity is fully integrated into the programme into the long term.

Apply Here
Deadline 17 November 2019

Visitor Experience Manager - Blickling, Norwich

£32,304 pa
Permanent f/t (37.5 hrs pw)

You'll be leading and line managing teams ensuring they are supported and motivated to achieve our ambitious plans. You'll be working alongside a network of national, regional and property leadership colleagues helping them shape our business plans. You'll be supporting other property leaders with your specialist knowledge helping to ensure we're delivering a great service and we're always looking our best.
You'll lead our property by developing exciting programming and events and finding creative ways to market these. Working with your team and regional colleagues you'll be finding out what motivates our supporters to visit this special place, ensuring we continue to host our core supporters and reach out to new audiences. You will also work closely with the General Manager and other Heads of Department to develop and deliver strategic aims.

Apply Here
Deadline 23 October 2019

Assistant Gallery Registrar - The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts

£22,417 to £25,941 per annum
Full-time, indefinite basis.

The post holder will support the administration of the Sainsbury Centre collections as well as artworks held under its care. This will involve the administration of Collections, the Loans-out programme, auditing works on display or storage and processing new acquisitions. A key element will be supporting the registration work concerning the temporary exhibitions programme such as coordinating transport and insurance arrangements. Working with colleagues in Curatorial, Technical, Communications and Education, the post holder will contribute to the ongoing success of the Centre and its programme of exhibitions and displays.

Apply Here
Deadline 22 October 2019

Book Review Editor (History Journal) - School of History, UEA

£22,417 to £25,941 per annum, pro rata
Fixed term to 31 December 2020, 0.2FTE

History, the journal of the Historical Association, was established in 1912 and is one of the longest running English-language academic journals in the field. It currently published five issues a year, and carries articles across the full chronological and geographical ranges of historical study as well as a large and lively book review section. Currently based out of UEA, it is seeking to recruit a Book Review Editor who will be working under the direction of Dr Becky Taylor, the journal’s Editor-in-Chief.
The post holder will have overall responsibility for ensuring that the journal is in a position to publish no less than two hundred book reviews a calendar year.

Apply Here
Deadline 31 October 2019

Project Curator - Sainsbury Centre For Visual Arts, Norwich 

£22,417 to £25,941 per annum, pro rata
Fixed-term, part-time, 0.6fte)

The Sainsbury Centre requires an experienced and dedicated museum professional to join its team of Curators, working mainly on the development and delivery of the Sainsbury Centre’s temporary exhibitions programme and collections displays. Working with colleagues in Curatorial, Collections Management, Learning and Communication, you will be expected to work collaboratively in the delivery of an ambitious programme of exhibitions, displays, related events and activities. In addition you will contribute to the development of the collection through its acquisition programme.

Apply Here
Deadline 22 October 2019

General Manager - Frozen Light Festival

Salary: £30,000 per annum
Hours: 35 hours per week
Location: Norwich office: The Nave, St Simon and Jude Church, Elm Hill, Norwich, NR3 1HG

Frozen Light is offering an exciting opportunity to join their team as General Manager, for an initial fixed term of 12 months with the strong possibility for extension. This new position will support the Artistic Directors in the strategic growth of the company, leading on day to day operations. If you have experience in arts administration, financial management and possess exceptional organisational skills, we would love to hear from you. Learn more here

How do I apply?
To apply, please send a CV and cover letter to Lucy Garland, info@frozenlighttheatre.com

Application Deadline: Friday 1st November 2019

Creative Assistant: Broadcast Advertising Production - JMS Group, Norwich

Salary: 18k / Full-time

JMS Group create television and radio commercials, marketing videos, and even Instagram Stories. If it has moving pictures or sound, we’re all over it. We work for our own direct clients, UK broadcasters, and a heap of creative agencies.

Versatility and a broad skillset are of paramount importance. Your role will in part be coming up with creative advertising concepts, then developing them into workable scripts. But you will also often be assisting the Director on shoots or in casting sessions. You might be called on to help build a set, source props, or pack away gear on a shoot. We’re a small team and everyone gets involved. You’ll be hands-on, following creative concepts throughout their production.

Learn more here
To apply please send cover letter, CV and examples of any relevant writing or visual work to:
Francesca.deLacey@jms-group.com
Deadline 1 November 2019

Clerical Assistant - Faculty of Arts and Humanities for the School of History, UEA

This part-time (0.4FTE), indefinite post is availableimmediately, and the hours of work will be Thursday and Friday.

Applications are invited for the post of Clerical Assistant within the Faculty of Arts and Humanities for the School of History. You will provide an efficient, high quality and pro-active administrative and secretarial service to the Head and other academics in the School. You will be required to handle both professional and business information that is of a sensitive and/or confidential nature.
The role is busy and the workload varied, so you will need to be able to deal with shifting priorities and be used to working in a dynamic and challenging office environment.

Apply Here
Deadline 21 October 2019

Production and Producer Traineeship - Norfolk & Norwich Festival

18 month fixed term contract January – June 2021
£17,062, per annum

The position of Production and Producer Trainee provides an excellent opportunity to learn while working as part of the Production and Programme Team, which has a focus on delivery of the Festival.
The trainee will support the administration and delivery of Festival projects, as well as being given opportunities to develop their knowledge and experience as they work on our multi artform artistic programme.

Apply Here
Deadline 11 November 2019, 12 noon.

Ushers - Norwich Theatre Royal

Rate of pay: £8.21 per hour

We are looking for confident, enthusiastic people, with excellent customer service skills and flexible availability to come and join our Front of House Team for our busy pantomime season. All candidates must have some mid-week, daytime availability.
Working Hours: Variable working hours on a rota system. A guide to working hours would be 5 x shifts a week (3.5 hour shifts).

Apply Here
Deadline 20 October 2019

Opportunities for Artists/Writers/Performers Call Out: ‘National Portrait Gallery: Coming Home – Nelson at Norwich Castle

As part of the National Portrait Gallery’s ‘Coming Home’ project, fifty portraits of iconic individuals have been loaned to places they are closely associated. Norwich Castle is hosting William Beechey’s 1800 study of Horatio Nelson until 26 January 2020.

Norwich Castle is organising a rich programme of events including talks that give context to the portrait, the artist and the sitter, and a range of workshops for young people that focus on the themes from place and identity to heroism. We would love to hear from any creative practitioners, art historians or writers who might be interested in working with us on these events.

All submissions should be sent via email to fiona.ashley@norfolk.gov.uk with full contact details, referencing ‘NPG: Coming Home - Norfolk Arts’, and a short blurb about where your expertise, interests and skillset might intersect with this project.’

Deadline for submissions: Sunday 3 November 2019

Spud Film Cleanse Competition

SpudFILM 2020 is running its second consecutive Film Competition titled: Cleanse
​The theme for the film competition will be about all forms and interpretations of Cleansing.
​We will be looking for the most attention grabbing and creative films. We will focus on the strength of the ideas and how they are conveyed through thought provoking and engaging storytelling.

Learn more and how to enter
Deadline 1 August 2020

Syntatics Poetry Residencies

Syntax Festival is pleased to announce 3 five-day residency opportunities for poets / spoken word performers as part of our first annual festival in November 2019. The aim of these residencies is to reach and engage new audiences in poetry & create new and exciting product that will be shared at a ‘residency’ event in late November.

Learn More Here
Deadline 20 October 2019, 5pm

Call For Music Is Open - JAM

Anyone aged 18 or over may submit music if they are born, living or studying in the UK.
A maximum time limit of 10 minutes is stipulated. There is no minimum limit – a short fanfare is as relevant as a large piece for all the forces. All scores must be submitted on paper. All music must be accompanied by a recording, preferably MP3. The audio version does not have to be of great quality – a sequenced / Sibelius version is acceptable. The recording will only be used as a ‘reference’ during the selection process.

Learn More Here
Deadline 19 December 2019, 5pm

Flickers of the Future Competition

Flickers of the Future calls on young filmmakers to tell a different story - one where humans and planet thrive together. Global Action Plan, alongside Richard Curtis CBE and a host of incredible film experts, environmentalists and futurists, is inviting UK filmmakers who are between the ages of 18- 25 to create a human story of a sustainable future. Flickers of the Future embraces the challenge of creating content powerful enough to cut through to popular culture, without relying on the drama of dystopian narratives. Flickers of the Future will support young content creators to create the most important drama of our generation in a way that creates rapid, radical change. The winner will be supported through production with £100k- a huge opportunity for great exposure and experience- and be guided by our Expert Panel.

Apply Here
Deadline 31 December 2019

Call For Experimental Arts Writing - DreamsTimeFree, TACO!

For the inaugural edition of DreamsTimeFree, a new bi annual publication of experimental artists writing published by TACO!, responses are sought for the theme of The End.
All submissions should be sent via email with full contact details and a short CV.
Submissions can take the form of written pieces (no more than 2000 words) or text and image pieces of no more than 8 pages.

Learn more here
Deadline: 8 December 2019, 5pm.

Lit From the Inside: Applications Now Open - National Centre For Writing

Are you interested in reading, writing and books? Are you aged between 14 – 17? Become a Lit Insider and explore the literary arts scene in Norwich from the inside! From January 2020 – December 2020, we will meet with you monthly to:

  • Discover how an arts organisation works from the inside
  • Take trips to other UNESCO Cities of Lit
  • Learn about marketing and broadcasting
  • Complete your Bronze Arts Award
  • Meet and interview authors, translators, and international writers
  • Develop your own creative writing

Apply Here
Deadline 25 November 2019, Midday

Michael O’Pray Prize 2019

Returning for its third year, The Michael O’Pray Prize is an award for new writing on innovation and experimentation in the moving image. The winning applicant receives £500 and their text will be published by Art Monthly.

Learn more here
Deadline 11 November 2019

Desmond Elliott Prize: Early Career Awards

In its thirteenth year The Desmond Elliott Prize, recognised as the most prestigious award for debut novelists, moves into the care of National Centre for Writing. Unique in supporting early-career novelists to establish their writing careers, the 2020 prize opens for submissions on 30 September 2019. Ten books will be longlisted for the prize, from which three shortlisted books will be selected by a panel of expert judges. The winning author will be celebrated at an event in June 2020. The winner receives:

The £10,000 prize to support them in their early careers
A package of support including residency opportunities, mentoring and industry insight

Submit Here
Deadline 29 November 2019

Open Call: Environmental Crisis - Gerald Moore Gallery, Art and Science Exhibition 2020

The call for submissions for the 2nd Art and Science exhibition at Gerald Moore Gallery is now open for pre-existing works that explore the issue of the Environmental Crisis to be exhibited from Feb to March 2020, spanning across British Science week 8-17 March.
With the "Climate crisis" in the news and the recent protests led by young people, Gerald Moore Gallery would like to engage with this subject in an exhibition.
As a gallery with learning at its core we would like to give space to raising awareness and understanding the environmental crisis. We will be running a series of events alongside this exhibition: talks, debates, performances and workshops.

Learn more here
Deadline: 9 December 2019

The White Review Poet’s Prize 2019

Announcing the White Review Poet’s Prize 2019. The Poet’s Prize was founded in 2017 with support from Jerwood Charitable Foundation, and is for English-language poets who are at the crucial stage of creating their debut pamphlet or collection. The winning poet will receive a significant financial reward of £1700, expert, personalised professional and editorial advice, and publication of their entry in The White Review. The Prize is open to residents of the UK and Ireland.

Learn more here
Deadline: 7 November 2019

Artists Residency Programme - Legacy COE

The Artist Residency Programme is a new 12 month programme to support and raise the profile of emerging Black Visual Artists in the UK. We will be selecting 6 artists from across the UK and providing a 2-month solo exhibition in Legacy Centre of Excellence, an opening night and workshop symposium. To be eligble for a 2019 entry, applicant must be of a black heritage and be based in the UK.

To apply please email info@legacycoe.co.uk to receive an application.
Deadline 5 December 2019

Call for Contributions: Mapping Dance and Dance Teaching: Past(s), Present and Future(s) Conference 2020

Date: 4-5 September 2020

As part of the Royal Academy of Dance centenary, and in celebration of the Faculty of Education’s 21st anniversary the Faculty of Education of the Royal Academy of Dance will be hosting an international conference Mapping Dance and Dance Teaching: Past(s), Present and Future(s). In September 2020, the Royal Academy of Dance will be welcoming to London dance professionals, practitioners, educators, researchers, dance teachers, historians, musicologists and scholars to discuss, debate and contemplate past, present and future potentialities of dance and dance teaching.

Download call for papers
Contributions deadline 20 December 2019

Jerwood Writer in Residence 2020

The Jerwood Writer in Residence 2020 programme is a paid developmental opportunity for outstanding early-career arts writers. It includes a £1500 fee and access to a £500 fund for self-directed professional development activity. Writers are tasked with responding to Jerwood Arts’ programme of exhibitions and events in London with the aim of opening up wider debate around the enquiries and themes explored. There are two Jerwood Writer in Residence opportunities in 2020. Each residency is six months long and runs across two exhibitions.

Learn More Here
Deadline 4 November 2019, 5pm.

Call For Proposals: Barty Farm Commission

Dandara Ltd are calling for proposals for an artist to create a single sculptural public artwork to mark the entrance of ‘The Sycamores’, a development of 100 houses on former arable land at Barty Farm in Bearsted, near Maidstone, Kent.
The artwork should be developed as a site-specific response to its location at Barty Farm in the historic village of Bearsted that can draw on the social and architectural history of the local area.
An open day is available on Thursday 10 October to book your free place click here

To view the full brief click here
Deadline 26 October 2019, 11:59pm

ArtWorks Open 2019 Submissions Wanted

Artworks open is an open submissions show with prise awards. The show began in 2009 and isheld annually. Two established artists select the show. Each has a two-year tenure. The tenure is staggered so that one selector invites a second to join them and thereon pass the baton.

2019 Prizes:
£1,000 cash with show
£500 cash with show
One six-week Residency
One six-week Residency
A.P. Fitzpatrick Artist Materials Prize

Submit Here
Deadline 24 October 2019

Stomping Ground 2020: Outdoor Dance Commission Opportunity

Stomping Ground is seeking proposals for a bold and original dance work made for outdoor spaces for presentation in either summer 2020 or 2021.
Stomping Ground is a commissioning group comprised of The Place, Greenwich+Docklands International Festival, DanceEast and DanceXchange. We are interested in supporting compelling ideas that are visually striking and engage across a broad audience base. The commission is built towards investing in artists interested in the development of ambitious, high-quality work, created for outdoor spaces that can grab the attention & imaginations of audiences.
We are offering a commission of £20,000 towards an outdoor dance work, that could be ready for presentation in Spring/Summer 2020 or 2021.

Full details and how to apply
Deadline 21 October 2019, 10am.

Norfolk and Norwich Festival Young Writers Competition 2020

We are looking for eager and talented writers to enter creative writing pieces based on ‘The Passing of Time’. As we approach 250 years of Norfolk & Norwich Festival, we would like to celebrate the passing of time leading up the 250th anniversary in 2022. Three winners will be selected by a judging panel made up of Artistic Director Daniel Brine, creative writing experts at the University of East Anglia and booksellers of The Book Hive bookshop in Norwich. The winning entries will be illustrated by Illustration students at Norwich University of the Arts and displayed in The Book Hive window during Norfolk & Norwich Festival 2020.

Theme: The Passing of Time
Word count: 1000 words max.
Age: 14 – 25 years
Entries can be fiction, non-fiction or prose.

For more information please email our Creative Learning Manager, Sarah Witcomb: sarah@nnfestival.org.uk
Deadline: Friday 13 December 2019

Open Call To Artists Working In Photographic Media

The In Between Gallery is a temporary exhibition platform for Fabrica’s picture window in central Brighton. This exciting initiative is now in its third year. Fabrica is partnering with Spectrum Photographic and Brighton Photo Fringe to present excellent photographic work by UK-based artists who consider themselves to be early to mid-career. There is no theme to address but artists are asked to submit a work that will function well within the context of a large format print set within the window frame.. Measurements are approximately: 270cm x 225.5cm.

Learn more and how to apply here
Deadline: 29 October 2019

The Cafe Writers Open Poetry Competition 2019

Prizes: 1st £1000, 2nd £300, 3rd £200 (Five Commended Prizes of £50)
Norfolk Prize £100
(best poem from a permanent Norfolk resident not winning another prize)

Entry Fee
Maximum of 40 lines (excluding title and stanza breaks) on one side of A4. £4 per poem; or £10 for 3 poems & £2 per poem thereafter

Full details and how to enter
Deadline: 01 December 2019

The Pastel Society - Best In Contemporary Dry Media

Artists over 18, from the UK and beyond, are invited to submit works for exhibition alongside members of The Pastel Society at their 121st Annual Exhibition 2020.
The Society welcomes works in pastels, pencil, oil pastels, charcoal, conte, sanguine, or any dry media. The exhibition offers several prizes and awards, open to all participating artists, including £1,000 worth of art materials from exhibition sponsor Derwent (see 'Prizes & Awards' for details).

Learn more here
Deadline 1 November 2019, 12pm

Loewe Foundation Craft Prize - Entries Open

The LOEWE FOUNDATION launches the fourth edition of the LOEWE FOUNDATION Craft Prize, an international award celebrating excellence in craftsmanship.

The LOEWE Craft Prize seeks to acknowledge and support international artisans of any age (over 18) or gender who demonstrate an exceptional ability to create objects of superior aesthetic value. By identifying work that reinterprets existing knowledge to make it relevant today while reflecting its maker’s personal language and distinct hand, the LOEWE FOUNDATION aims to highlight the continuing contribution of craft to the culture of our time.

The Prize for the winning entry is 50,000 euros. The shortlisted and winning works will feature in the exhibition and accompanying catalogue in Paris in Spring 2020.

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Deadline 30 October 2019

Call to Artists: Picking up The Threads Textile Exhibition

This a new opportunity to be part of a juried exhibition of textile art, at the Norfolk Makers’ Festival 8-23 2020. The theme is Picking up the Threads and submissions from both professional artists and amateurs are welcome. 3D work and all genres accepted, including weaving, spinning, knitting, crochet, quilting, embroidery, lacemaking, patchwork etc. The Picking up The Threads exhibition will be open and free to enter throughout the 2020 Festival, in The Forum’s ground floor Gallery.
OPEN TO PROFESSIONAL AND AMATEUR TEXTILE ARTISTS AND MAKERS, RESIDENT IN NORFOLK, SUFFOLK AND CAMBRIDGESHIRE

Details on how to enter can be found here

Deadline: November 2019

Development Opportunities Art, Creativity & King's Lynn Town Centre

Date: 12 November 2019, 1:00 PM – 4:15 PM GMT
Location: King's Lynn Town Hall, Saturday Market Place, King's Lynn, PE30 5DQ

This free session is for artists and makers based in King's Lynn who would like to contribute to developing some new big ideas for arts and creativity projects in the town centre. The Borough Council has asked Collusion to run this session as there are a number of opportunities coming up rapidly for the Council to bid for funding to support new projects in the town centre. The ideas developed at this session will help to inform the planning for these bids.

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Free Stuff of Dreams Theatre Creative Writing Workshop

Date: 30 October 2019, 14:15 - 15:45 GMT
Location: The Garage, Norwich

This 1 ½ hour workshop will include an introduction to all aspects of playwriting plus a look at the art of ‘Wellbeing Journal Writing’, a fantastic skill that allows us to explore our own feelings and emotions and improve our mental health through expressive writing.

Book your place by emailing: contact@stuffofdreamstheatre.com

Wymondham Arts Centre - Applications To Exhibit In 2020 Now Open

Looking for a venue to hold your solo or group exhibition?... Wymondham Arts Centre are now accepting applications to exhibit in 2020.

Learn more here

How to Network Successfully - UEA Enterprise Central

Date: 4 December 2019, 15:00 – 17:00 GMT
Location: The Enterprise Centre, University of East Anglia, Room 0.05, Norwich, NR4 7TJ

This free workshop is aimed at anyone either new to networking, or looking to build their confidence in handling face to face interactions and making the most out of their contacts. Whether you’re:

  • Looking for an internship or graduate level job
  • Exploring self-employment, freelancing, starting your own business or
  • Looking to engage effectively with a wide range of stakeholders as a research student, you can benefit from this workshop.

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Introduction To Fundraising - Institute of Fundraising

Date: 2 December 2019, 09:45 – 16:00 GMT
Location: The Nook, Pigot Lane, Framingham Earl, Norwich, NR14 7PX
Cost: £81.44 - £86.83

The Introduction to Fundraising course offers you a practical introduction to the profession covering basic principles and best practice. You will learn how to ensure your fundraising activities are legal and ethical, how to better contribute to your organisation’s fundraising effectiveness and understand why your relationship(s) with your donors and supporters is critical to your success.
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How to Start a Business - Start-up Business Training across Norfolk & Suffolk

Looking for help in becoming your own boss? We have helped hundreds of people become their own boss and watched entrepreneurial spirit flourish across Suffolk and Norfolk with our series of fully-funded Start-up business training.
Our range of business training and support is open to those looking to start a new business as well as those already trading for less than 12 months. All you need to do is choose your location, then book & attend all 3 workshops... Locations Include... Norwich, Ipswich, Bury St Edmunds, Beccles, North Walsham, Dereham, Thetford, Sudbury and Great Yarmouth.

Workshops Start In November 2019 and cover Business Planning, Sales and Marketing and Book Keeping.

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Digital Marketing Day 2019 — Beyond Digital

Date: Thursday 5 December
Location: Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh and British Library, London
Costs: AMA member — £183 + VAT
           Small Organisation (member) — £103 + VAT
           Freelance (member) — £96 Inc. VAT
           Non-member — £233 + VAT

Join us at Digital Marketing Day 2019 — Beyond Digital, where we’ll ask how arts and cultural organisations navigate a world where digital isn’t an add-on — it’s integral.
Explore how to use data to listen, when the rest of the world is shouting. Learn where and when to create space for connections. Crucially, explore how we can use digital to stay human.
Prices start from £96 and there are specific rates available for Small Organisations and Freelancers. There are also 10 bursaries available in each location, that cover almost 50% of the full member delegate cost. Further details and the simple application form can be found on our website.
Bursary deadline: Friday 8 November 2019

The A-Z of Organising an Exhibition

Date: 2 November 2019, 10am-5pm
Location: Friends House 173-177 Euston Road London NW1 2BJ
Cost: £150

During this one-day course participants will gain an understanding of the key skills necessary to conceive, stage, and manage contemporary art exhibitions.
The course will guide you through all the stages of mounting an exhibition including; initial planning and budgeting through fund raising, marketing and writing press releases to the hanging and opening itself, and finally evaluation. The course is ideal for those with an interest in curating, arts management, arts education or practising artists wishing to mount their own exhibitions.

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Creative Collaborations Conference

Date: 1 November 2019, 10am-5pm
Location: Chichester Festival Theatre’s Minerva Theatre
Cost: £20 including a networking lunch

Creative Collaborations, a one-day conference on the benefits of cross-disciplinary partnerships between the arts and public sector organisations to benefit health and well-being.
The symposium is for anyone interested in exploring how arts engagement can make a significant contribution to public health and wellbeing. It is suitable for health, social care and social housing professionals; artists and arts administrators/facilitators; policy-makers; funders; and anyone wishing to join the debate. Professionals from these fields will hear about successful partnership strategies and connect with others to share knowledge and best practice. There will be lively debates and break-out sessions, leading to ideas for practical actions to implement successful partnership working.

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The Future Of The Art Market Unconference - Creative United

Date: 13 November 2019
Location: Somerset House, London

Help shape the debate and join us for the UK’s first Future of the Art Market Unconference. Unlike a conventional conference with panel discussions and presentations, an unconference is a collaborative, crowd-sourced event focused proactive debate and interactivity.
Our unconference will provide an opportunity for all those operating at the intersections of contemporary art practice, technology, social change, diversity and commerce to come together, both virtually and physically, to debate current and emerging trends impacting the market for contemporary art in the UK.

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New Horizons: International Inspiration - The Garage, Norwich 

Date: 1 November 2019, 10am-4:45pm

The Garage and Norwich Charitable Trusts present 'New Horizons: International Inspiration' - a provocative, proactive and practical event for leaders and doers across the arts sector. The focus of this year’s New Horizons looks at international work, and asks how international work can positively impact our practice, our organisations and our communities.
Across the day there will be a range of provocations, conversations, and how to sessions, so that, whether you're a senior manager or a practitioner there's something of value to you.

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Unlocking The Cultural And Creative Potential Of Rural England

Date: 11 February 2020
Location: Cambridge
Costs: £345+ VAT

This conference will explore how councils and other partners are overcoming some of these barriers, recognise the critical impact that culture already plays in the rural economy, and discuss how to ensure our rural areas continue to benefit from the full scope of our cultural and creative opportunities. The event will include case studies, panel discussions and key note speakers from national partners, including Sir Nick Serota, Chair of Arts Council England.

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Early-Stage Dementia Awareness Training for Arts Organisations

Date: 22 November 2019, 10:15am - 5:45pm
Location: Science Museum, London, SW7 2DD
Cost: £75-£85

Aim of the day:
To give arts facilitators greater understanding, increased skills and confidence in communicating and working creatively with people experiencing the early stages of dementia and their carers. To help organisations work towards reaching new audiences, making their institutions more inclusive, and increasing their impact in the community.

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Arts & Health South West Annual Conference: Creativity at the Heart of Human Flourishing

Date: 31st Oct – 1st Nov 2019
Cost: £40-£110
Location: Ocean Studios, The Factory Cooperage, Royal William Yard, Plymouth

Day 1: We will learn about collaborative work in three different localities: the Community Connections social prescribing project in South Ward in Weston-super-Mare; work across Torbay led by Torbay Culture; and strategic initiatives with Cornwall County Council.

Day 2: On October 1st & 8th Public Health England South West and Arts & Health South West will lead webinars on how arts and culture can help tackle loneliness. We will build on these webinars in a day of talks and discussions on Day 2 of the AHSW Annual Conference. Find out about these webinars on the AHSW website events section.

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Social Prescribing In Arts, Health & Wellbeing Settings Workshop

Date: 23 October 2019, 10:45am – 1pm
Location: WeWork Kings Place, 90 York Way, London

This is the latest in our popular series of talks exploring ideas and sharing knowledge across the sector. This workshop is for organisations and practitioners who want to enhance their understanding of Social Prescribing and explore the latest developments in the Social Prescription landscape across London.

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LGA Annual Culture and Tourism Conference 2020

Date: 2-3 March 2020
Location: Portsmouth
Cost to attend: LGA member: £299 + VAT I Non-member: £399 + VAT

Our annual culture and tourism conference offers delegates the chance to hear about the latest developments in culture and tourism from national speakers and funders, innovative and exciting practice from other councils, and to discuss some of the challenges and opportunities facing council culture and tourism teams across the country.

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Artsmark Partners Briefing

Date: 7 November 2019, 10am-1pm
Location: Large Court, The Guildhall Thetford, IP24 2DS
Free to attend

A workshop detailing how your organisation can benefit from being an Artsmark Partner.
The Artsmark Partnership Programme is an Arts Council England endorsed network of organisations who are devoted to bringing great arts and cultural opportunities to children and young people. They support Artsmark registered schools and other educational establishments on their journey to embed arts and culture across the curriculum. The programme was developed in consultation with the education and cultural sectors.

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Fundraising Basics - NPF Workshops

Dates: 21 Oct & 02 Dec 2019
Cost: £95 per workshop 

Do you know all the fundraising options? Do you know the fundraising problems? Do you know the fundraising limitations? Do you know the balance of your fundraising? Do you know the right balance of fundraising? Do you know how efficient your fundraising is? Do you know how efficient it should be? Do you know how important fundraising efficiency is? Do you know who cares about fundraising efficiency? Are you making the common mistakes? The workshop is ideal for people new to fundraising who wish to understand more about it.

For full details please visit: https://www.nfpworkshops.co.uk/

Bid Writing Workshops (Basics & Advanced) - NFP Workshops

Cost: £95 per workshop (refreshments provided)
Various dates and locations (4 Nov 2019 - 21 Nov)

Affordable training courses for charities, schools, not for profits and public sector organisations

For full details please visit: https://www.nfpworkshops.co.uk/

Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy Courses

Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy have launched two brand new eLearning courses for arts, culture and heritage professionals - and they're FREE

Learn more here: https://artsfundraising.org.uk/courses

How Can Museums Support Young People’s Employability Symposium

Date: 12 November 2019, 10am-4:30pm
Location: London Transport Museum, Covent Garden Piazza, London, WC2E 7BB
Cost: £11.37 - £54.49

Whether you are already undertaking work in this area or want to know where to start, this day is aimed to provoke your thinking. From sector-specific apprenticeships to examples of those organisations who are taking a broad approach to employability skills, it will inform your work and enable you to take action in your own practice.
The symposium will be run in partnership with London Transport Museum, who have a successful and long-established young people’s skills programme.

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Death and Diversity: Exploring Creative Equality and Inclusion Conference

Date: 15 November 2019
Time: 9:30am - 6:30pm (registration from 9am)
Cost: £99
Location: St. Christopher's Hospice, Syndenham, London

The themes for the conference are: diversity in death and dying, creative approaches and interventions focused on the integration of one or more of the protected categories to support dying (age; disability; gender reassignment; marriage and civil partnership; pregnancy and maternity; race; religion or belief; sex; sexual orientation); creative approaches to multiculturalism in death; cross cultural dialogues about dying mediated through the arts; reflections on the role the arts play in opening the field to more diverse, integrated, multicultural ways of dying; reflections on the role the arts play in the creation of meaning and the framing of the dying experience through the valuing of diversity.

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Norfolk Creativity and Wellbeing Week 2020: 18-24 May

A big thank you to all the organisations and artists who collaborated so generously to help create our inaugural Norfolk Creativity and Wellbeing Week 2019. The week presented us with a major opportunity to promote the role of arts and culture in supporting health and wellbeing in Norfolk not just during this celebratory week, but all year round. The 2019 programme involved over 30 partners and organisations and featured over 75 participatory events including: open days, craft and print-making taster sessions, film and theatre performances, singing workshops, stitching and writing for wellbeing, exhibitions, talks, professional development sessions and more. We were pleased that nationally Norfolk was commended for its inaugural programme and feedback has been very positive.

You can see a copy of the 2019 programme here and visit our Norfolk Creativity and Wellbeing Week Twitter page @CreativeNorfolk for further information.

Plans are now underway for Norfolk Creativity and Wellbeing Week 2020 which will take place from 18-24 May. The dates have been brought forward to link up with BBC Get Creative - happening the week before - and the Age of Creativity Festival which is happening throughout May. Visit the Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance website for further information.

If you would like to take part in Norfolk Creativity and Wellbeing Week 2020 (18-24 May), please email arts@norfolk.gov.uk to register your interest.

Two-day Directing Masterclass with Richard Bracewell

Dates: 26th & 27th October, 10 – 4 PM in the Colman Room at The John Hurt Centre, Cinema City, Norwich.
Cost: £90.00 for two days (Early Bird: £75.00 until Midnight 21st October 19)

Richard Bracewell directed and produced the Shakespeare comedy Bill for BBC Films, released in UK cinemas September 2015 and co-starring the cast of Horrible Histories with Damian Lewis and Helen McCrory. Richard developed the script from his own original idea and was nominated for Best Comedy at the Evening Standard British Film Awards.
Be one of twelve filmmakers to have the opportunity to take part in this intensive two-day workshop where you will study the craft of directing.

Subjects covered:

  • Script editing;
  • Calling the shots – getting the terminology right;
  • How to read a text – what does the director look for?
  • Blocking scenes, and directing your actors;
  • Getting started in the industry.

Aimed respectively at those with some prior filmmaking experience, and those who are just starting out. Age: 18+

Please purchase tickets by visiting the Cinema City Education shop on their website here.
Any questions, please contact jean@campbellcloudfilms.co.uk

Engage Conference 2019 - Northumbria University, Newcastle and Gateshead.

Date: 5-6 November 2019
Cost: Engage Personal members £150 (Early bird) £175
Engage Organisational Members £260 (Early bird) £300
Non-Members £360 (Early bird) £420

The Engage Conference 2019 will examine the benefits and challenges of young people’s access to the arts, exploring best practice, partnerships and policies from the sector. The arts and culture provide a lens through which children and young people develop their understanding of themselves and the wider world. It creates a space for children and young people to shape their thoughts, feelings and their futures. Access to the arts is a fundamental human right, and yet many children and young people, particularly those who are most marginalised, do not have this opportunity. With this in mind the Engage Conference 2019 draws its inspiration from City of Dreams, an exciting ten-year programme which gives every child and young person in Newcastle and Gateshead access to arts and culture.

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Crafts Council Professional Development Workshops & Advice Sessions

Crafts Council Talent Development team programme regular bite size workshops and 1:1 advice sessions to support makers and designers with their business development needs. Whether you are looking for up to date information on funding; financial toolkits; how to start up and manage a creative business practice; how to work with manufacturers; how to protect your designs; looking for confidential advice and action points or marketing and social media insights; Crafts Council can support you and your needs.

Apply Here
Deadline 01 August 2020

Creative Arts & Media Online Courses - Future Learn

Explore film, music, journalism, photography or theatre. Join online arts courses from renowned film schools, universities, cultural institutions. Learn from the experts in creative arts and media.

Click here to see available courses

The Museum as a Site and Source for Learning - Free Online Course

What is the purpose of museums in today’s world - a world obsessed with technology? On this course we explore what can be gained from interacting with museum collections and spaces, and how to use technology to encourage engagement.
You will consider the ways museum collections improve our understanding of history and how museums can use artefacts to engage learners. You will also explore how museums can better use their spaces to create learning experiences for all visitors.

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Beyond 2019 Annual Conference For Creative Industries

Date: 20-21 November 2020
Cost: From £99-£399
Location: Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh, UK

Beyond is the R&D conference for the creative industries. It explores the relationship between research, academia and business innovation and tackles the challenges impacting the future of the sector. In its 2nd year, Beyond 2019 focuses on the intersection between Artificial Intelligence and creativity, with themes addressing the opportunities, challenges and controversies these innovations present.

Full details and how to book tickets can be found here

Governance Now 2019 Conference

Date: 8 November 2019
Time: 10am - 5pm
Location: Friends' Meeting House, 173-177 Euston Rd, London NW1 2BJ
Cost: £75 - £180 +VAT

Join us for Governance Now, the flagship national conference for cultural sector trustees and professionals and be part of a positive culture change, becoming more aware, connected and empowered to address the challenge of achieving good governance.

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ScreenSkills Bursaries: Funding To Progress Your Career

ScreenSkills bursaries are designed to provide financial assistance to those looking to enter, progress in, return to, or transfer into the screen industries. Our ambition is to ensure that the industry has access now, and in the future, to the skills and talent it needs for continued success by helping to unlock opportunities across all types of screen work. Supporting an individual with a bursary to develop their career helps the screen industries to respond to skills gaps and priority shortage areas. We welcome applications from people in groups under-represented in the industry.

More details and how to apply can be found here
Deadline 31 March 2020

Reconnect: Artist Development Days - DanceEast, Ipswich

16 December | 11.00am – 5.00pm
Price: £20 per person (includes x2 professional development days with refreshments and two online mentoring sessions)

An opportunity for emerging artists from the East of England to dance together, collaborate and refine skills. Aimed at Graduates and those who are now approaching the end of their professional training; this programme will include professional classes and sessions tailored around the career development needs of newly graduated Dance Artists. The programme will develop a peer support network and identify opportunities in the Eastern region.
Participants will need to sign up to attend both events and will also receive a bespoke mentoring programme. – Once you have booked your place, you will be contacted about the mentoring programme.

For more information please contact artist.development@danceeast.co.uk
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Artpocket Autumn 2019 Courses

Innovative Education in Contemporary Art & Design
We deliver creative courses in art, design & craft in Norfolk and Suffolk. Whether you are looking for a short course or want to commit to a full year programme of study, we have a busy timetable of exciting daytime and evening courses for both adults and young people.

Find out more at www.artpocket.co.uk

BFI Film Audience Network (FAN) Advice and Experience Scheme

Do you need specialist advice for your venue, programme or festival? Film exhibition experts can help you with 1-2-1 advice sessions via the FAN Advice and Experience Scheme. The scheme offers half-day sessions with a range of sector experts, tailored to your specific needs and questions – from programming to projection!

Sessions now cost £50+VAT. You may be eligible for a bursary from your local film hub to cover this cost.

More information is available here.

NEW COURSES ON OFFER AT ANTEROS!

Anteros Arts Foundation prides itself in offering consistently high quality creative art skills, taught by practicing artist educators.

To book a place on any of the courses, please visit their courses page HERE

SHARE Museums East

SHARE Museums East delivers a bespoke training programme to Accredited museums in the East of England.The programme covers the following areas: collections management, audience development, leadership, organisational resilience and learning. We welcome those outside the region, or not within the ACE Accreditation Scheme, but please be aware priority is given to those within the Scheme and other delegates may be charged a small fee to attend. Find event details and training here

in_collusion

A creative industries development programme focused on enterprise and innovation. Aiming to enhance creative technology skills and transfer knowledge across sectors through the creation of new public artworks. It will generate disruptive outcomes through the creation of content rich projects that explore the areas of artificial intelligence, virtual/augmented/mixed reality, and data culture.

Find out more here

Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy Training Courses

Unlock your fundraising potential with Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy's new suite of face-to-face training courses. Taking place all over the country between September 2018 - March 2019, our courses cover a broad range of fundraising skills pitched at different levels. The Essentials series is designed for those earlier in their career, whilst for those further on, we have the Leadership and Governance series, or for something specific take a look at our new Specialist series.

Industry Research & Information Touring Arts to Libraries - Survey for Artists 2019

Are you an artist who has toured work (whether visual art, live theatre, music, spoken word…) to libraries? Or is touring your work to libraries something you’ve been considering? At Creative Arts East we are partnered with Arts Council England to enquire into the state of arts touring to libraries in the southeast. We want to find out what sort of work is being received by libraries across the region, and what models for libraries touring are used. We would appreciate you taking ten minutes to complete our survey, whether you are experienced in libraries touring, or just thinking about it.

Take pare here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/27PHBK3

New £250 million Culture Investment Fund launched

Innovative cultural projects, libraries, museums and creative industries will benefit from £250m of new funding for the culture and creative sector, the Culture Secretary announced today.

Learn more here

Preparing For No Deal Brexit If You Work In Arts, Culture Or Heritage

Use our 10 point checklist to understand what you need to do to prepare for no deal Brexit if you work in the arts, culture or heritage sector.

Learn more here

The Value of Arts and Culture in Place-shaping Report

Looking at six different places across the country (Birmingham, Halifax, Hastings, Redruth, Southampton and Stoke-on-Trent ), we commissioned research into if and how an area's arts and cultural offer attracts individuals and businesses to settle there; whether it’s a factor in them staying there; and whether that cultural offer shapes a place’s local identity.

Read in full here

Creative Enterprise Toolkit

Are you starting or running a creative business? Nesta’s Creative Enterprise Toolkit is a practical resource to help you plan, build, test, communicate and launch your new creative business.

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NAWE - National Association of Writers In Education

NAWE's mission is to further knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of Creative Writing and to support good practice in its teaching and learning at all levels.

With various opportunities and resources to include:

  • The Nawe Annual Conference
  • Writing In Education
  • Online Resources
  • Professional Directory
  • Professional Development Programme
  • Higher Education Network
  • Membership

Full details can be found here

Business and Intellectual Property Centre Norfolk (BIPC)

The Business & IP Centre Norfolk, situated on the second floor of the Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library, is the complete solution to your business information needs. At the Centre you can access a comprehensive collection of online databases and publications, printed resources, and attend practical workshops and inspiring talks.

The Business & IP Centre offer a year-round programme of events including SpotlightOn workshops, webcasts, marketplaces and free 1:1 business advice sessions for start-ups and established businesses with Menta , New Anglia Growth Hub , Leathes Prior (legal advice for business), Larking Gowen (accountancy for business) and Intellectual Property advice from IPO certified advisors.
For details of what's happening soon, and to book where applicable, visit the online events page. You can also keep up to date with latest developments on twitter and Facebook.
Contact:

BIPC Norfolk, Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library The Forum, Millennium Plain, Norwich NR2 1AW
Tel: 01603 774740
Email: bipcnorfolk@norfolk.gov.uk
More information: www.norfolk.gov.uk/bipcnorfolk

This Strategic Funding Framework for 2019–2024

This Strategic Funding Framework for 2019–2024 sets out our vision and the principles that will guide our National Lottery investment for the next five years.

It sets out how we:

  • Expect to invest around £1.2 billion in the UK’s heritage
  • Will introduce a streamlined grant-making portfolio
  • Increasingly focus on wellbeing, capacity-building and innovation (both nationally and internationally), amongst others
  • Explore the use of social investment
  • Commit to increased devolution in our decision-making

Download the Full Strategic Funding Framework 2019-2024 Document

Museums Association: Statement On The Impact Of A No Deal Brexit

The UK government and politicians of all parties should take all necessary action to avoid a no-deal Brexit, the Museums Association (MA) said in a statement today.
The association said that leaving the EU without a deal would “have a highly damaging impact on: the communities that museums serve, people who work in and with museums, and the sharing of collections, ideas and expertise across European borders”.
It said that the economic damage caused by a no-deal Brexit would “have a damaging and divisive impact on many communities that museums serve”.
The statement continued: “The UK’s museums sector is already in a fragile financial position after a decade of austerity and could struggle with the substantial financial losses that could arise from loss of earned income, philanthropy and public funding in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

To read for of this article click here or to download the full MA Statement click here

What Works Wellbeing - Evidence and Resources

Wellbeing is about people and creating the conditions for us all to thrive. It’s quality of life and prosperity, positive physical and mental health, sustainable thriving communities.
Wellbeing is a measure of social progress and, arguably, the goal of good government and charitable activity.

A valuable collection of documents, reports and research on health and wellbeing.
For a full list of documents available visit: https://whatworkswellbeing.org/evidenceresources/

Follow What Works Wellbeing on Twitter for regular updates

MARCH Network

The MARCH Network is one of 8 new national networks funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) as part of the 2018 Cross-Council Mental Health Plus call to further research into mental health.

MARCH focuses on social, cultural and community assets – which includes the arts, culture, heritage sites, libraries, green spaces, community centres, social clubs, community associations and volunteer groups – and the role they play in enhancing public mental health and wellbeing, preventing mental illness, and supporting those living with mental health conditions. There are an estimated 1 million of these assets in the UK.

The MARCH Network is free and open to anyone with an interest in the role that social, cultural and community assets play in mental health and wellbeing, including researchers, community organisations, policy makers, mental health charities, service users and members of the public.

For more information and to join visit: https://www.marchnetwork.org/

Voluntary Arts Creativity Map

Voluntary Arts has launched a map of creative programmes and projects across the UK, for people looking for creative activities, and groups and projects wanting to connect with others in their areas. Consider adding yourself to the map if you're not on there already.

Find out more: https://www.voluntaryarts.org/creativity-map

The Museum Freelance Network

Freelancers make up a significant and growing part of the workforce in the museums sector and undertake a huge variety of work. Freelancers offer flexibility; can provide a particular expertise, experience or skillset; bring an unbiased and independent perspective; and can provide innovative thinking, a fresh pair of eyes and a different approach. https://www.museumfreelance.org/

Funding Opportunities Grants 4 Norfolk

Looking for funding? Try our FREE Norfolk County Council search facility serving both businesses and communities. Local, regional and national funding opportunities available. Register here

New Creative People and Places Fund 2020-2024 Round 2

The New Creative People and Places fund will focus our investment in parts of the country where people’s involvement in arts and culture is in the bottom third of engagement according to the Active Lives Survey, and which are not currently covered by a Creative People and Places programme.

How much can be applied for per application?
• Between £1,000,000 and £2,000,000 over four years for new programmes which are not part of a Creative People and Places expansion programme
• Between £750,000 and £1,750,000 over four years for places which would be covered by a current Creative People and Places expansion.

Learn More Here
Deadline 26 March 2020, 12pm

Norfolk Arts Project Fund - Round 3 Now Open!

Awards upto £500

The Arts Project Fund supports initiatives and events in all art forms and multi-artform areas. This includes the development and promotion of a wide range of arts activity in communities throughout Norfolk. To request an application pack email arts@norfolk.gov.uk

Learn More Here

Deadline 31 January 2020 (events or activity must take place a minmum of 6 weeks after the deadline)

Innovative Projects Fund - New Anglia LEP

Norfolk and Suffolk

The £1.5million Innovative Projects Fund invites submissions from new revenue projects which help to deliver the ambitions of the Economic Strategy and Local Industrial Strategy.
Successful projects will have the potential to support the delivery plan for the Economic Strategy for Norfolk and Suffolk on the themes of driving inclusion and skills, our offer to the world, driving business growth and productivity, collaborating to grow and competitive clusters close to global centres.

Learn More Here

Deadline: 20 December 2019.

FLAMIN Productions: Open for Applications

FLAMIN Productions commissions new, single screen works that are ambitious in premise and duration, with an emphasis on projects that have a strong potential to reach audiences through a variety of venues and national and international locations, representing a significant leap in artists' careers.

Learn More Here
Deadline: 2 December 2019, 5pm.

Music For All Funding

Individual Grant
Not everyone is fortunate enough to have access to musical instruments and lessons. Our Grant Application process allows us to help people fulfil their musical dreams. Young, old, regardless of personal or life challenges, we truly want music to be for all.

Community Project Funding
Many projects and initiatives take place throughout the UK that all aim to bring music to their community. Most would benefit from a “helping hand” to fulfil their potential in becoming truly sustainable music programmes.

Learn More Here
Deadline 1 November 2019

The Elephant Trust

Grants up to £2000

The Trust aims to make it possible for artists and those presenting their work to undertake and complete projects when frustrated by lack of funds. It is committed to helping artists and art institutions and galleries that depart from the routine and signal new, distinct and imaginative sets of possibilities.

Apply Here
Deadline: 26 January 2020

Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants

Grant range: £1,000 - £100,000

Project Grants is our new open access programme for arts, museums and libraries projects, funded by the National Lottery. The fund will support thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.

Learn more here
Deadline: Ongoing

Small Project Grants - Art Fund

Our small project grants provide funding to help museums, galleries and visual arts organisations act on good ideas and/or test new ways of working that will benefit their audiences.
We encourage project proposals, activity and outcomes that align with one or more of the four strands of our programme: building collections, shaping futures, reaching audiences, and making connections

Learn More Here
Deadline: Ongoing

BFI Short Form Animation Funding

The fund aims to give UK animators who have gained industry attention for their work the chance to work at a higher budget level. It will provide funding of £30,000 – £120,000 per project, supporting teams to create work that can gain major recognition and open up new opportunities. The fund can support narrative short form projects in any animated technique or genre (including documentary) and for any platform, eg cinema, online or TV (though not work intended primarily for broadcast television).

Learn more here
Deadline 5 November 2019

Connecting Older People Fund - Norfolk Community Foundation 

Maximum grant: £10,000

Grants of up to £10,000 are available to support projects that aim to improve the wellbeing of older people in Norfolk by helping them stay connected with their local community.
The Fund aims to offer grants focused on reducing loneliness in older people (55+) in Norfolk, through projects that may create new connections, or maintain existing.
Grants can support the operational costs of existing projects, as well as expanding proven delivery. Grants can also be used for pilot activities or to test out new ideas or partnerships.

Learn more here
Deadline 25 October 2019

Transforming Narratives Artistic Programme Open Call

Transforming Narratives project vision
To establish Birmingham as a leading international centre for contemporary South Asian arts practice, presenting multi-art forms through an artistic exchange programme, for the mutual benefit of Birmingham and cities in Pakistan and Bangladesh.

There are three funding strands available:

  • Exchanges programme: To broker new partnerships or develop existing ones through international residencies, exchanges and critical dialogue in Birmingham, Pakistan or Bangladesh.
  • Collaborative projects: To support showcasing contemporary artistic programme and on building long-lasting cross-country relationships.
  • Reciprocal showcasing: To support ambitious cross-country collaboration projects to develop new work and build on existing ideas.

Learn more here
Open call round 1 Deadline: 31 October 2019. 
Open Call round 2: January to March 2020. 

Co-Creating Change Project Commissions Open For Submissions

Co-Creating Change Project Commissions are for projects which use co-creation to effect real social change. The aim of these commissions is to demonstrate and explore the crucial role arts practice and creative process can play in addressing some of the most urgent social and environmental challenges we are facing as a society today.

Apply Here

Round 3 Deadline 18 November 2019, 5pm

Arts and Culture Fund for North Norfolk

The North Norfolk District Council Arts and Culture Fund is open for applications.
The aim of the Fund is to improve the health and wellbeing of North Norfolk residents through active participation and engagement in arts and culture.
Any voluntary or community organisation with a project to improve the health and wellbeing of a community or specific group of residents in North Norfolk is encouraged to apply to the Fund.
Projects will need to demonstrate the active involvement or participation of North Norfolk residents, e.g. establishment of a community choir, participatory arts, dance, drama and music events.
Applications to the can be submitted at any time. Decisions on eligible applications will be made in July, November and March. To be considered in November, completed applications need to be submitted by Friday 25th October

For more information about the Arts and Culture Fund or to apply for a grant click here
Deadline 25 October 2019

Garfield Weston Foundation

Grants are available to charitable organisations in the UK for a wide range of projects in the areas of welfare, youth, community, arts, faith, environment, education, health and museums and heritage.

The following organisations working in the areas of Welfare, Youth, Community, Arts, Faith, Environment, Education, Health and Museums & Heritage can apply:

  • UK registered charities.
  • Charitable Incorporated Organisations (CIOs).
  • Schools, universities or registered educational charities.
  • Faith-based organisations that are either exempt under the Charity Commission guidelines or are registered charities.
  • Housing Associations.
  • Museums and galleries.
  • Organisations must be based and operate within the UK.

The Trust prefers to support those organisations working directly with beneficiaries at a grassroots level.
Full details and how to apply - click here

Open Project Proposals Scheme - Film Hub South East

Our Open Project Proposals scheme is open for submissions in support of a wide range of activities, so you can submit a proposal for what your project needs most to get off the ground.

Proposals may be in support of activities including (but not limited to) film screenings, audience development, film marketing costs and screen heritage work. Costs covered may include research and curatorship; staffing; marketing and programme production; film and equipment hire; consultancy fees; hospitality; and monitoring and evaluation. All activities must take place between April 2019 – March 2020.

Organisations must be members of Film Hub South East to receive support for a proposal. To read more about becoming a member, visit our become a hub member page.

Find out more here: https://www.independentcinemaoffice.org.uk/film-hub-south-east/open-project-proposals/

Project Grants: Supporting Grassroots Live Music - Arts Council England

From 13 May 2019 until 31 March 2020 we are making an additional ring-fenced budget of £1.5 million available within National Lottery Project Grants specifically to support the grassroots music sector.
This funding is available to those whose main function is to host and/or promote live music events in venues. Usually, this will be venues and promoters (or groups of venues and/or promoters).

To learn more and how to apply click here

The Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grants

The Foundation welcomes, throughout the year, applications from visual artists who are painters, sculptors and artists who work on paper, including printmakers. There are no deadlines. The Foundation encourages applications from artists who have genuine financial needs that are not necessarily catastrophic. Grants are intended for a one-year period of time. The Foundation will consider need on the part of an applicant for all legitimate expenditures relating to his or her professional work and personal living, including medical expenses. The size of the grant is determined by the individual circumstances of the artist. Professional exhibition history will be taken into consideration. Artists must be actively exhibiting their current work in professional artistic venues, such as gallery and museum spaces.

To apply and for full details visit: http://pkf.org/apply/

National Lottery Awards for All England

National Lottery Awards for All offers funding from £300 to £10,000 to support what matters to people and communities.
You can apply if your organisation is a:

  • voluntary or community organisation
  • registered charity
  • constituted group or club
  • not-for-profit company or community interest company
  • social enterprise
  • school
  • statutory body (including town, parish and community council)

Deadline: Ongoing
For full terms and how to apply click here

National Lottery Community Fund - Reaching Communities England

Reaching Communities make grants of over £10,000 in England, supporting organisations with great ideas that enable communities to thrive. The grants are awarded to voluntary and community organisations or social enterprises for up to five years. We can fund project activities, operating costs, organisational development and capital costs. We’re really interested in hearing your ideas. Whether they’re big or small, tell us what you think will improve your community.
Show us how you plan to:

  • bring people together and build strong relationships in and across communities
  • improve the places and spaces that matter to communities
  • enable more people to fulfil their potential by working to address issues at the earliest possible stage.

Deadline: Ongoing
For full terms and how to apply click here

New Action Grants - European Cultural Foundation

We are looking for your ideas, projects, and experiments that breathe new life into European democracy. Apply now for our action grants!

What are we looking for?
We fund creative, cultural actions prior, during and after the EU parliamentary elections that can breathe life into Europe, and democracy at large.
Priority is given to proposals related to, and taking place before or during the European elections (May 23-26). We want your innovative and provocative ideas that challenge the negative discourse and are able to become inspiring examples from the local to the European levels.

How and when can I apply?
Since this is a special year for Europe, we have special rules for this open call:
The call is permanently open as of February 2019 until the available budget has been spent. We select projects on a rolling basis, meaning: first come, first serve. Every couple of weeks we share with you the latest selection of projects through our online channels, as well as an update on how much budget remains.

For further information and guidelines please click here
To apply visit: https://www.culturalfoundation.eu/action-grants-2019-application-form

The Heritage Impact Loan

We are offering loans from £25,000 to £500,000 for up to three years with tailored terms and both flexible and incentivised interest rates for impactful projects. These could include both capital and interest repayment holidays. We support applicants across the UK who are undertaking a capital project or are looking to build upon or scale-up an existing enterprise.

How to Apply
It will be helpful to speak to a member of the AHF’s Investment Team for advice and guidance in the first instance. If your project is one which we would like to support, you will be encouraged to apply and then supported throughout the application process throughout.

Applications can be made at any time.
Please complete an Initial Enquiry Form so that we can get in touch to discuss your requirements, email us at hif@ahfund.org.uk or call us on 020 7925 0199. Or further information please click here

EIRA Funding

The Eastern ARC Consortium (Universities of East Anglia, Essex and Kent) has recently been awarded £4.7 million for the Enabling Innovation: Research to Application (EIRA) initiative by Research England through the Connecting Capability Fund to establish a network that will support business innovation in Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Kent. The EIRA project will support innovation in three areas - artificial intelligence, biotech and digital creative. There is a range of funding opportunities available to UEA researchers and businesses active in the New Anglia and South East LEP interested in working together

Deadlines for EIRA PoC and R&D applications:
Friday 22 November 2019 (for 6 December submission)

Applications for innovation vouchers, internships and start-up microfinance will be on a rolling basis, applications can be submitted at any time.

For further information visit https://www.eira.ac.uk/funding-opportunities/

Go For It Grants - South Norfolk Council 

The grants give funding for not-for-profit projects that bring communities together and encourage people to take part.  All you have to do is complete an application and show us how you plan to do it. 

How to apply:

To apply for a grant, just read the grant criteria and complete a Go for it Grants application form.  Return the form by email to grants@s-norfolk.gov.uk . Alternatively post it to the Community Capacity Team, Go for it Grants, South Norfolk Council, South Norfolk House, Cygnet Court, Long Stratton, Norwich, NR15 2XE.

If you need any help or have any questions call our helpful team on 01508 533747.

New Anglia Growth Hub - For Norfolk and Suffolk 

Growing Business Fund
Our Growing Business Fund offers grants up to £500,000 for local businesses which want to grow and create new jobs. The grants can cover up to 20% of the total project cost.

  • Are you an established and growing business?
  • Are you looking to invest, expand and recruit new staff?
  • Are you seeking capital funding to make this happen?

Small Grants Scheme
If you have plans to grow your business, you could benefit from a grant of between £1,000 and £25,000 from the New Anglia LEP. The grant can pay up to 20% of the total costs of your plans and some areas in Norfolk and Suffolk may be eligible for up to a 30% contribution.

  • Are you expanding your business?
  • Do you have plans to improve productivity or efficiency?
  • Are you launching new products or services?

Call the Growth Hub on 0300 333 6536 or email growthhub@newanglia.co.uk to discuss your plans with a Business Growth Adviser.
For detailed guidance notes on eligibility and the application process read the Small Grant Scheme FAQs.

For additional information visit: https://www.newangliagrowthhub.co.uk/funding-finance/

Jonathan Ruffer Curatorial Grants

Our Jonathan Ruffer Curatorial Grants support UK curators, museum professionals and researchers to undertake travel or other activities that will extend and develop their curatorial expertise, collections-based knowledge and art historical interests.

There are two categories of grant available, £200-£1,500 and £1,501+, and we have £75,000 in total to give annually. Since 2012 we have helped 321 curators, scholars and researchers with 294 projects. For details on the sort of activities we can support, full information on eligibility and how to apply, download our Guidance for Applicants

You are encouraged to contact the Programmes team at Art Fund to discuss your potential project before submitting an application. Please get in touch on 020 7225 4822 or programmes@artfund.org.

The Fenton Arts Trust

The Trust’s overall aim is to give encouragement and financial support to those actively contributing to the creative arts in the U.K. It seeks to assist individuals and organisations who are making a worthwhile contribution to the artistic and cultural life of this country. In particular it wishes to support artists at the beginning of their careers, the often expressed desire of our founder Shu-Yao Fenton.

Grants are available to support individual works, activities, performances or prizes in any field of artistic endeavour including drama, painting, sculpture, dance, music, poetry and architecture. An application may come from a group, company or institution or from an individual so long as the application does not involve support of an individual’s education or initial professional training.

For more information and to apply visit: http://www.fentonartstrust.org.uk/applying-for-a-grant/

New Endeavour Rangers Fund

The New Endeavour Rangers Fund aims to support charitable organisations offering opportunities and positive activities for children and young people in Great Yarmouth and Gorleston.

Applications can be received at any time with decisions being made in June and November.

The Fund will not support activities for the under-fives.

Grants of between £500 – £2,000 are available.

Some examples of projects previously supported include:

  • Youth clubs and holiday programmes
  • Trips and activities for young carers
  • Opportunities for children and young people to learn new skills
  • Positive activities to support families

Find out more & apply 

NESTA Launch Cultural Impact Development Fund

The Cultural Impact Development Fund offers repayable finance between £25,000 and £150,000 to arts, cultural and creative organisations that are committed to improving the quality of their impact practice and evaluation and could benefit from external support with this. It aims to enable ambitious organisations in the arts and cultural sector to take on small-scale repayable finance in order to achieve social outcomes, and to increase the capability of arts and cultural organisations to articulate, achieve, monitor and evaluate their intended social impact. Applications will be accepted until the 31st of August 2021. More information can be found here

Community Grants Programme - Norwich City Council

Tiered grants of £50, £300 and £500 are available to community groups or groups of residents wishing to undertake small projects or activities that support people getting involved in their neighbourhood. There are no deadlines for applications. You can submit your proposal at any time during the year and we aim to assess them within 4-6 weeks where we can. More information can be found here

The Geoffrey Watling Charity

Maximum award:£ 30,000. The Geoffrey Watling Charity offers grants to charitable organisations in the County of Norfolk and the Waveney District of Suffolk so that they can continue and develop their work in the community. More information here

The Saracen’s Norfolk Fund

The Saracen’s Norfolk Fund has been created to support general charitable activities that benefit rural areas within the district of South Norfolk with grants up to a maximum of £5,000.

Find out more & apply.

Volunteering Opportunities Volunteers Wanted - Maddermarket Theatre 

We have some amazing volunteer opportunities available backstage, in set design, in the costume department, on the box office, as a steward or house manager and behind the bar! If you are interested please drop in, or contact Emily at emily.youngs@maddermarket.org for more information or an application form.

'Our Day Out' Volunteers - Creative Arts East

Creative Arts East are looking for positive, energetic people who would like to help us run the 'Our Day Out' music and dance sessions.

If you'd like to volunteer with us, please download a volunteer application form here

For more details on the required duties of a volunteer, click here or contact Lea on 01953 713390 / 07432 769632 or email lea@creativeartseast.co.uk

Volunteer Communications and Development Assistant - Suffolk Artlink

We’re on the lookout for a new part-time Volunteer Communications and Development Assistant to join us in our Halesworth office. Are you a friendly and proactive individual with an interest in communications, fundraising and/or creative arts? You might be seeking work experience in the arts or charity sector, or perhaps you’re looking for an opportunity to give back to your community?

You can find more information about the post, and how to apply, in the Communications and Development Volunteer Role Description (PDF)

Chair of Trustees and other Board Members Needed - Suffolk Artlink

Suffolk Artlink is looking for dynamic individuals to join the Board of Trustees. It is an exciting time for Suffolk Artlink as we work towards a new strategic vision, developing our practice and changing more lives. We are also looking to appoint a new Chair.
Please contact Alex Casey, Co-Director, if you would like to discuss the opportunity further.

Full details available here
Deadline 31 October 2019

National Trust Volunteering Opportunities

Making new friends, working in amazing places and knowing that you're helping a great cause - three fabulous reasons to get volunteering

Click here to see opportunities in Norfolk

The Silver Social Volunteering Opportunities

Opportunities in Ashill, Attleborough, Harling, Necton, Thetford and Watton

As an Events Support Volunteer you will act as an advocate for the Project and provide essential support to the Silver Social team at events and also help to promote the project.
You will be the friendly and familiar face of the Silver Social within your community and help to create a safe and inclusive environment for our older people to participate in the arts.

Learn more and watch a video https://www.thesilversocial.com/voluntee

Norwich City Host Volunteer 

Do you have spare time on your hands and are looking for an interesting and exciting way to fill it? Do you enjoy walking, the outdoors, meeting new people and are passionate about Norwich's rich history, culture, heritage and diversity?

Then why not sign up become a Norwich BID City Host Volunteer and make a difference to the vitality and vibrancy of the city? Share your knowledge and city centre insights with visitors to the city, leaving them with a positive impression so they want to return time and time again. For more information about the volunteer role please refer to our information sheet. Alternatively please contact our City Hosts Supervisors, Mike, Louise, Richard or Tracey on 01603 599572 for further information.

If you wish to apply please complete the following application form and return via email or send to Norwich BID, Unit 4.3 Floor 4, Kiln House, Pottergate. NR2 1DX.

Volunteering Opportunities, Creative Arts East

CAE are looking for positive, energetic people who would like to help us run the 'Our Day Out' music and dance sessions. More information can be found here.

Volunteering Opportunities, Norfolk Museums Service

Volunteering at Norfolk Museums Service can be a very rewarding and sociable experience. You'll meet like-minded people, gain new experience, learn new skills and support Norfolk's heritage. More information can be found here.

Norfolk Arts Forum

Contact: arts@norfolk.gov.uk

Website: http://www.norfolk.gov.uk/arts

Categories: Norfolk

SEND News

Fri, 10/18/2019 - 14:38

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October 2019

Welcome to the first edition of SEND News. We've created this newsletter to keep you updated on our £120m programme to transform education for children with special educational needs and disabilities in Norfolk.

As a council we believe that all children deserve the very best education, as close to their homes as possible. Our programme will create more than 500 new places in special and mainstream schools to ensure that children in our county can get the very best education.

At the same time we've doubled capacity in our teams that carry out specialist assessments, so that we can reduce waiting times for children and their families. We want children's needs to be identified and understood as quickly as possible, so that they are getting the education they need.

A key element of this work is to work with our mainstream schools to give them the help they might need to support children with special educational needs in the classroom.

We look forward to updating you over the coming months, as the transformation work gains pace and we begin to see the results of this exciting programme.

 

Cllr John Fisher
Cabinet Member for Children's Services
Norfolk County Council Work gets underway in Sheringham

Work is underway on a new £1.4m Therapeutic Centre at Sheringham Woodfields School.

The new Therapeutic Centre will be based within the campus shared by Sheringham Primary, Sheringham High and Sheringham Woodfields Schools and, depending upon the severity of the winter weather, is scheduled to be completed during June 2020.

Part of the £120m transformation programme, funded by Norfolk County Council, the  project will greatly increase children’s access to important physical therapies, and the additional classroom space created will result in twenty four new school places.

Successful drop in event in Great Yarmouth

We held a drop-in event in Great Yarmouth earlier this month to update the local community on our proposals for a new school on the site of the former Alderman Swindell School site. Residents were able to look at our initial plans and talk to us about what the school would be like and the support available to the children and young people there.

We want to create a new school for boys with social, emotional and mental health needs on the site, which will include some boarding provision. For more information visit our website.

Councillors agree to buy land at Easton for new school

The council’s Cabinet has agreed to buy land on the Easton College site to build a new 170 place school for children with complex needs.

The school, which was awarded funding as part of the Department for Education’s free school programme, would support children with a range of needs. It would also include a specialist base for children with autism and learning difficulties. The new build will be subject to planning and would be the third new school to open as part of the transformation programme. Proposals are already in place for the new school in Great Yarmouth, for children with social, emotional and mental health needs and a school for children with autism, in Fakenham.

Working with schools to support inclusion

This month two engagement events were held with headteachers and other school leaders to continue our work to enable greater ‘SEN Support & Inclusion’

More than 100 professionals attended the events in Kings Lynn and Norwich. They were very positive, with local authority staff and school staff coming together to work on practical ways to help enable greater inclusion in local mainstream schools.

At the same time, in London, other professionals from Norfolk schools and the local authority met with colleagues from Oxfordshire and Hertfordshire. The three counties are working together on a joint project known as ‘Valuing SEND’ and we have been sharing our thinking with the Department for Education. The work is focussed on the best way to accurately describe and assess children and young people's needs and how early years settings, mainstream and special schools and colleges can then make ‘reasonable adjustments’ to meet their needs. We are testing the ideas from our work with Oxfordshire and Hertfordshire with more Norfolk professionals and parents during this half-term also.  

Funding news

We are pleased that the government have promised more funding for SEN nationally and we should know later this month how much of the total £700m nationally will be coming to Norfolk. The funding is part of the ‘High Needs Block’ which pays for our special schools, helps mainstream schools with additional support, and provides services jointly with health like speech and language therapy.

Whilst we are pleased with this good news it has come as government have acknowledged that most local areas are struggling to balance SEND needs and the funding we are provided with. We have significant budget pressures and this funding will help, however, at this stage it may be a ‘one-off’ payment so we will keep an eye on this to see if it may benefit us longer term as well as for next year’s budget.

Education Health and Care Plans - improving performance

We have recruited more staff in our SEND assessment teams to make sure that we can improve our performance in carrying out high quality Education Health and Care Plans in the 20 weeks that the government expects all local authorities to achieve. This month we have seen our performance improve and the backlog of new assessments and annual reviews are reducing. This shows we are beginning to move in the right direction.

Categories: Norfolk

Norfolk County Council - Standards Committee

Fri, 10/18/2019 - 09:29

You are subscribed to receive this alert and notification regarding the publication of Norfolk County Council Committee Papers relating to Standards Committee. The draft Minutes for the meeting held on 9 October 2019 are now available.
Please note that Norfolk County Council is moving towards more paperless working and printed meeting papers are not generally available at our public meetings. Please click on the highlighted link above and then, within the site that opens, click the relevant date under the “Scheduled Meeting Date” column to see these papers.
If you have any queries please email committees@norfolk.gov.uk

Categories: Norfolk

Norfolk County Council - Audit Committee

Thu, 10/17/2019 - 16:43

You are subscribed to receive this alert and notification regarding the publication of Norfolk County Council Committee Papers relating to Audit Committee. The Supplementary Agenda for the meeting due to be held on Thursday 24 October 2019 is now available.
Please note that Norfolk County Council is moving towards more paperless working and printed meeting papers are not generally available at our public meetings. Please click on the highlighted link above and then, within the site that opens, click the relevant date under the “Scheduled Meeting Date” column to see these papers.
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Categories: Norfolk

Norfolk County Council Trading Standards Business Scam, News and Information Alerts

Thu, 10/17/2019 - 15:25

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Cold Calling Alert – Cold callers offering to sharpen & coat blades and tools

Report scams to;

Action Fraud (UK’s National Fraud Office) 0300 123 2040 or www.actionfraud.police.uk 

Trading Standards Business Line 0344 800 8020

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Categories: Norfolk

Norfolk County Council Trading Standards Consumer Scam, News and Information Alerts

Thu, 10/17/2019 - 15:20

Latest Consumer Alerts and Trading Standards news

We’re highlighting the following consumer news and scams:

Email scams and phishing alerts

Look out for the following email scams which are circulating: 

If you receive one of these emails delete it without clicking on any links in the message. You can report scam emails to Action Fraud, details below.

More advice and updates from Norfolk TS

For more consumer advice and updates, visit our consumer alerts web page or follow us on Facebook or twitter.

Reporting scams

Reporting any scams you receive can help to build up intelligence on the scammers and how they target people. You can report scams to:

Citizens Advice Consumer Helpline 03454 04 05 06 or www.citizensadvice.org.uk/consumer
Action Fraud (UK’s National Fraud Office) 0300 123 2040 or www.actionfraud.police.uk

Categories: Norfolk

Knight Club at Norwich Castle

Thu, 10/17/2019 - 14:28
Knight Club at Norwich Castle Saturdays 2 November – 7 December, 10.15am – 12.30pm 

Don’t miss your chance to join this Saturday morning course packed full of quests and challenges for children age 8 – 11

Explore the middle-ages and design your own heraldry, build a medieval town, handle medieval weapons and armour! Learn how to fight with a sword and shield – just like a knight – and take part in a medieval tournament before earning your knighthood in a final demonstration. Kindly supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

Cost £60 per child (two discretionary places are available)

Booking essential: norwichcastle.bookings@norfolk.gov.uk / 01603 493636.

For further information about the course, or to apply for a discretionary place, please contact Lee Warden, Project Learning and Engagement Officer lee.warden@norfolk.gov.uk

Web: www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk
Email: museums@norfolk.gov.uk
Categories: Norfolk

Norfolk County Council - Cabinet

Thu, 10/17/2019 - 13:38

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Please find a link to two Records of Cabinet Member Decisions made by the Cabinet Member for Highways, Infrastructure & Transport. Alongside the decisions are the accompanying documents considered by the Cabinet Member. To view the decisions click here

Please note that Norfolk County Council is moving towards more paperless working and printed meeting papers are not generally available at our public meetings.

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Norfolk County Council - People and Communities Select Committee

Thu, 10/17/2019 - 13:37

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The draft Minutes for the meeting held on 13 September 2019 are now available.

To download the papers, go to the People and Communities Select Committee webpage and click on the relevant date under the 'Scheduled Meeting Date' column.

Please note that Norfolk County Council is moving towards more paperless working and printed meeting papers are not generally available at our public meetings.

If you have any queries please email committees@norfolk.gov.uk.

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Broads Hidden Heritage Newsletter Oct - Nov 2019

Thu, 10/17/2019 - 11:13
Broads Hidden Heritage Newsletter Oct / Nov 2019

Photo credit: Mike Page

Introduction

Broads Hidden Heritage is a group of five interlinked local history and archaeology training and research projects that form part of the wider Water, Mills and Marshes Landscape Partnership scheme. The projects are being delivered by Norfolk County Council in conjunction with the School of History at the University of East Anglia (UEA) and a range of local organisations.

Project updates ... Acle and District in World War II

The War in the Air: 1939 - 1945

The third in our Acle and District in World War II events was held on Saturday 5 October. The day was split into two sessions. The morning consisted of talks on Air defences and Airfields delivered by Professor Rob Liddiard (School of History, UEA) and Dr James Albone (Norfolk Historic Environment Service, Norfolk County Council). The afternoon session was a guided walk around the site of Ludham Airfield.

During the morning interval, attendees were invited to peruse some of the collections held by Acle Community Archive. Brian Grint, Chair of the group, was also on hand to answer questions and explain the role of Acle during WW2 when it was classified as a Category ‘A’ Nodal Point.

A visit was made to the site of Ludham Airfield during the afternoon. Many of the original features and buildings associated with the airfield have been lost, but these were brought vividly to life by Dr. James Albone during an illustrated tour around the site.

Using maps, plans and photographs from before, during and after the war, the development and function of the site was described.

“I didn't realise so much was on my doorstep.” Attendee feedback.

Community archaeology training programme

Volunteer Training: Earthwork surveying

Volunteers who were involved in the Lidar Training and Volunteering event in May have been invited to participate in Earthwork Survey training to follow up some features of interest that were spotted from Lidar. 

Lidar is a survey method that uses laser pulses to build a 3-dimensional picture of a surface. Whilst traditional aerial photography can be used to locate many landscape features, Lidar, can provide evidence of sites that are not immediately evident, usually because they are obscured by other elements.

Before heading out to record sites of potential interest, volunteers will receive additional training at UEA on Friday 18 October with a day in the field currently planned for November. We will update on any discoveries in the next newsletter.

Waterways and waterside heritage

The Broadland rivers were important trade arteries in the period before the railways and there were well over a hundred ‘staithes’ or landing places in the area – some for public use and some private. We know something of their general history and legal status but there is much to learn about who used them; what kinds of cargoes were loaded, unloaded and stored there; and what survives in terms of warehouses and other facilities. You can download the recent 'Staithes of the Broads' report here. Some staithes served specific industrial enterprises, such as brickworks; and, because of the ease of transport they afforded for heavy goods, staithes attracted such things as mills and malthouses.

A first meeting of a new ‘Staithes Research Group’ with Professor Tom Williamson is planned for Monday 11 November 6:30pm at UEA. If you are interested in getting involved in with this area of research, please do get in touch.

Heritage Open Days Event

On Sunday 15 September, we participated in Heritage Open Days with a Reedham industrial heritage themed walk and visit.

Starting from Reedham Quay, we headed for the railway bridge from where we could view the swingbridge over the River Yare. We then walked along the Wherryman's Way path to the Reedham Marshes mills and engines site.

Twenty-nine people came on the guided walk and a further 30 people made their own way to the site, which was open all afternoon. The weather was kind, and in the afternoon we released the brake and had the sails of Polkey's Mill (pictured) turning.

In view of the success of this event we hope to make this an annual activity.

Understanding the marshes

Upon This Rock: the geology of Broadland churches

Following the popular ‘Palaeolandscapes of the Broads’ event in July, we are now collaborating with Tim Holt-Wilson (Norfolk Geodiversity Partnership) to plan a series of day schools to run from Spring 2020.

‘Upon This Rock: the geology of Broadland churches’ will consist of four events to be held on Saturdays in April, May, June and July. Each day will involve an introductory talk followed by a tour to several nearby churches. We shall study the variety of rock types to be found in their walls and consider their possible origins.

The rubble walls of local churches may provide useful insights into the geology of their immediate area. The geology of Broadland is complex, with material having been transported to the region by rivers and ice sheets. Interestingly, some stone has been deliberately transported by human activity, notably Jurassic limestone and boulders used in ship's ballast, which are a reminder of wider trading networks during the Middle Ages.

We plan to visit about sixteen churches over the four days. Participants will be able to sign up for individual or multiple sessions, although those attending all four events will have the best overview of the differences across the study area.

Coming next ...

Sunday 20 October: Guided walk around Acle, a Category ‘A’ nodal point during WWII, with Brian Grint (Acle Community Archive). Meet outside Acle Library at 2pm (parking in Acle War Memorial Recreation Centre car park). Free. Book online using Eventbrite.

Looking further ahead ...

Saturday 25 April, Saturday 23 May, Saturday 27 June, Saturday 25 July 2020: Upon this Rock: the geology of Broadland churches. Tim-Holt Wilson (Norfolk Geodiversity Partnership) will lead four day-schools investigating the stones that make up the fabric of local churches. What can they tell us about the geology of the surrounding area?

Save the date!  Over the weekend of 20-21 June 2020, we are planning a ‘Broads Heritage Festival’ to take place in Acle with lots of local history and archaeology drop-in activities and guest speakers. More details to follow.

AOB ...

 

 

The Historic Environment Record is the definitive database of the county's archaeological sites and historic buildings. It contains over 60,000 records describing the archaeology of Norfolk from the earliest evidence for human occupation from 750,000 BC up to the present day. An abridged version of the database, the Norfolk Heritage Explorer, is available online (http://www.heritage.norfolk.gov.uk/).

Broads Hidden Heritage aims to celebrate the heritage of the project area by researching, recording and sharing the history of the landscape.  We are committed to ensuring that any new information gathered during the project is appropriately recorded and are collaborating with colleagues in the Norfolk Historic Environment Record (NHER) team to ensure this. Our sub-projects are designed to address a number of known gaps in the Record within the project area.  

Norfolk Historic Environment Service is committed to making information held on the Historic Environment Record freely available to the public.  Researchers can also contact NHES directly to request a free bespoke search of the full, live dataset. You can contact the team at heritage@norfolk.gov.uk

Keep in touch

We hope you have enjoyed our second newsletter. If you would like to be involved in any of these projects, or have any feedback to share, please email:  Andrew.Tullett2@norfolk.gov.uk.

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October Half Term Events at Time and Tide Museum

Wed, 10/16/2019 - 16:01
Open October this Half Term at Time & Tide Museum

All events are included in the normal admission price.

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Time and Tide Museum, Blackfriars Road, Great Yarmouth, NR30 3BX

Web: www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk
Email: museums@norfolk.gov.uk
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Norfolk County Council - Audit Committee

Wed, 10/16/2019 - 11:10

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October Half-term at Norfolk Museums

Tue, 10/15/2019 - 14:30
October Half-term at Norfolk Museums

From goth trends to herrings and wicked witches to canaries find it all in our special half-term activities.  More events can be found on our website...

Norwich Castle

Taboo Events: Colonialism in the Decorative Arts, Sat 19 Oct, Plastic…Fantastic? Sat 26 Oct.

Special Event: The Big Draw 5 – 24 Oct.

October Half-term: Like A Bat Out of Hell, Activities every day, plus: Iron Maiden, chains, shackles and scolds’ bridles, Shot in the Dark, demonic photo-booth, Creatures of the Night, torch-lit  tours, The Lady is a Vamp, mourning costume and goth trends.

All Events at Norwich Castle

Museum of Norwich

October Half-term: Colourful City, 22 - 26 Oct, Jacquard Loom Demonstration, 22 & 23 Oct, Birds of a Feather, 23 Oct..

All Museum of Norwich Events

Ancient House

Exhibition: Studio Ceramics.

Family Event: Second World War, 22 October, plus Chocks Away! Trail, 19 - 26 Oct. 

All Ancient House Events

Cromer Museum

Trail: Deep History Coast Safari Trail, Until 27 Oct.

Half-term: Crafty Cromer Creepiness, Weds 23 October.

Sunday History Walk: Ghosts & Legends, 27 Oct.

All Cromer Museum Events

Strangers' Hall

The Big Draw: You've Been Framed! 23 Oct..

All Strangers’ Hall Events

Gressenhall Farm & Workhouse

Half-term - School's Out: Awesome Autumn, 19 - 27 Oct.

Last Chance to See...  family friendly exhibition: Once Upon a Time, Until 27 Oct.   

Autism Friendly Event: Early Bird Openings, 22 Oct.

The Norfolk Collections Centre: Behind the Scenes, 22 - 24 Oct; West Runton Mammoth Tours, 17 Oct, booking essential.

All Gressenhall Farm & Workhouse Events

Time and Tide

New Exhibition: Tattoo: British Tattoo Art Revealed, 19 October - 8 March.

October Half-term: Event Day: Herring Day, Mon 21 Oct; Where's Wally, the Big Museum Hunt 19 - 27 Oct; Ahoy There! Family Friendly Autism Day; Thurs 24 Oct; The Twilight Hour - Autism Friendly Open Hour, Tues 22 Oct; Tours for Visually Impaired People, Weds 23 Oct; Getting Skin Deep, Fri 25 Oct.   

All Time and Tide Events

Elizabethan House

Trail: Kitchen Garden Potions, until 31 Oct.

Event Day: Apothecary’s Potions, Mon 21 Oct.

All Elizabethan House Events  

Tolhouse Gaol & Elizabethan House

Double Bumper History Day: Wise Women to Wicked Witches, Wed 23 Oct.

Tolhouse Gaol

Trail: Criminal Minds - Stories from the Death Heads, until 31 Oct .

All Events at Tolhouse Gaol

Lynn Museum

Event: Seaside, 24 Oct.

Talks: Medieval Pilgrim Souvenirs, 23 Oct.

All Lynn Museum Events

Web: www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk
Email: museums@norfolk.gov.uk
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Norfolk County Council - Cabinet

Tue, 10/15/2019 - 13:33

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The Agenda for the extraordinary meeting due to be held on Wednesday 23 October 2019 is now available.

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Norfolk County Council - Great Yarmouth and Waveney Joint Health Scrutiny Committee

Tue, 10/15/2019 - 13:32

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Norfolk County Council News Update

Mon, 10/14/2019 - 15:58

We've recently added the following news to our website:

British tattoo art exhibition opens at Tide and Tide Museum

A new exhibition at Time and Tide Museum in Great Yarmouth opens on Saturday 19 October

More loving parents urged to come forward this Adoption Week

It’s National Adoption Week (14 -20 October) and the hunt is on to find more loving parents for the children that need them.

For details go to our news page.

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Norfolk County Council - Scrutiny Committee

Mon, 10/14/2019 - 15:34

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Norfolk County Council - Scrutiny Committee

Mon, 10/14/2019 - 09:10

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Norfolk County Council News Update

Fri, 10/11/2019 - 15:51

We've recently added the following news to our website:

Oh we do like Tai Chi beside the seaside …. and we’re still young enough to do it

More than 60 Norfolk residents aged 50 plus met at sunrise on Gorleston beach and took part in a special Tai Chi Qigong session to launch a new Norfolk County Council public health campaign.

New charter urges Norfolk to banish balloons and leave the lantern at home

The launch of a new balloon and lantern charter on Sunday 13 October, sees Norfolk set to go green when it comes to celebrating.

For details go to our news page.

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