Local groups and services

Universal credit

Universal Credit is being rolled out in the Broadland area.

You can find out more, and get help at:

Broadland District Council

Universal Credit helpline
Telephone: 0800 328 9344
Welsh language (make a claim): 0800 012 1888
Welsh language (report changes): 0800 328 1744
Textphone: 0800 328 1344
Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm

Norfolk Citizens Advice Bureau (Norwich) may be able to offer advice and support to universal credit claimants who have problems.

Acle and Bure to Yare Benefice

ACLE & BURE TO YARE BENEFICE: WHO’S WHO

RECTOR: Rev’d Martin Greenland, 01493 750393 [email protected]
with particular responsibility for Acle, Beighton w Moulton, Limpenhoe, Southwood &
Cantley, & Halvergate w Tunstall

ASSOCIATE PRIEST: Currently under recruitment.

READERS: Nicholas Cowen, 01493 700915 [email protected]
Vic Walsham, 01493 752273

CHURCH WARDENS:
Acle (vacant)
Beighton Ann Adey 01493 700414
Rosemary Whyborn 01493 750079
Cantley (vacant)
Freethorpe Graham Allcock, 01493 700256
Jean Thompson, 01493 700451 (Assistant)
Halvergate Sally More, 01493 700279
Nick Butcher, 01493 701122
Limpenhoe: Michael Brook, 01493 700259
Reedham Kati Cowen, 01493 700915
Wickhampton Brenda Pawsey, 01493 700068
Peter Ledward, 01493 700008

ORGANIST (Acle) Brian Bemment 01603 714246

ACLE PARISH HALL Mrs Page 01493751125/0794788965

“OUTLOOK” EDITORS:
Kati Cowen 18 Church Road, Reedham, NR13 3TY, 01493 700915
e-mail: [email protected]
John Orsborn 18 The Hills, Reedham, NR13 3TN, 01493 700441
“OUTLOOK” ADVERTISING EDITOR:
George Nicholls e-mail: [email protected] gmail.com
Website www.abychurches.co.uk/ (Digital copy of Outlook)

Norfolk Citizens Advice


https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/local/norfolk/

Phone : 03444 111 444
Email [email protected]

We provide free, confidential and impartial advice and campaign on big issues affecting people’s lives.

Our goal is to help everyone find a way forward, whatever problem they face.

We’re an independent charity and part of the Citizens Advice network across England and Wales.

BADCOG newsletter

BADCOG News Letter July 2017

Acle Youth Club

Acle Tuesday Youth Club runs in the Bure Room at Acle Recreation Centre every Tuesday 6:45 – 9.00pm for ages 11-13
Ages 14+ can stay until 9.45 if they wish

50p per person

BADCOG November newsletter

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Community Speedwatch group

Would you be interested in joining the new Community Speedwatch group in Beighton?

Volunteers receive training and then, in groups of 3, monitor vehicle speeds at sites in the village approved by the Police, using a “speed gun”. The number plates of those who are driving in excess of the speed limit are sent to the Police who then send the drivers a warning letter.  Many villages find that these community speedwatch groups can be very effective in slowing down traffic.

Volunteers would need to be DBS checked.

If you are interested please contact Peter Howell on 07473 697290 or

Email: [email protected]

 

Knitters and Stitchers

Norfolk Knitters and Stitchers make things for charity.  Our work is sent all over the world to those in need as well as to many charities in this country.  We knit and stitch clothes for babies, children and adults, craft items for stalls, toys, blankets and cushions. If you would like to join us we meet the last Saturday in the month at Acle Library 10.30 -12.00 approx.  For further information contact Ann Kent tel:01493750185, mobile 07900070840 or email laurence.[email protected] .

Medical Centre newsletter

September newsletter

UK Power Networks – assistance during powercuts

Do you need extra support during a power cut or do you know someone else that would need extra support? If so, sign up to our free register.

By joining the register, you will receive:
✔ A priority phone number that you can call 24 hours a day and regular updates until your power is back on
✔ A welcome pack with useful advice about preparing for a power cut
✔ Regular text message updates if you text ‘Power’ followed by your postcode to 80876
✔ Extra support from the British Red Cross

Who can apply
• Customers who are dependent on medical equipment
• Customers who are chronically ill
• Customers with a disability
• Customers who are visually impaired or blind
• Customers who are hearing impaired or deaf
• Elderly customers
• A nursing or residential home
• Customers with young babies in household
• Any other case that you would like us to consider

Click here to register