Supporting others in need during Covid-19

There are plenty of people and businesses who need support during these difficult and unique times. Personally, I’ve got plenty to do with homeschooling 3 children with a wide age range, I can clap for the NHS, I can even volunteer for them and  I can put hand drawn rainbows in windows, but aside fromContinue reading “Supporting others in need during Covid-19”

Helping Norfolk families in need. The growth of Baby Bank Norfolk and how you can help.

The need has grown significantly. This could be partly due to awareness but partly due to social circumstances and demand. Baby Bank Norfolk was founded in 2016 by Vicki Woods but I have only recently heard of it through Norwich Foodbank. I am finding with this blog that one interview easily leads into another andContinue reading “Helping Norfolk families in need. The growth of Baby Bank Norfolk and how you can help.”

Love, Light, Norwich. A new festival celebrating art and innovation, with the themes of love, belonging and wellbeing. The story of a fine idea.

Not a fan of Valentine’s Day or at least the commercialism surrounding it? How about taking part in a new festival aimed at celebrating the themes of love and belonging.  From Thursday 13th February to Saturday 15th February 2020, Norwich plays host to a new festival called ‘Love, Light, Norwich’. The aim of the threeContinue reading “Love, Light, Norwich. A new festival celebrating art and innovation, with the themes of love, belonging and wellbeing. The story of a fine idea.”

Making theatre free and accessible to all. How ‘The Common Lot’ perform shows for, with and about the people of Norfolk.

I love the diversity of people that find their way to the Common Lot. My anxiety lessens more because I know this bunch of people are prepared for the journey and by the ease with which they show bravery, excitement, and support for one other.  Unique shared experience and unlikely new friendships are being forgedContinue reading “Making theatre free and accessible to all. How ‘The Common Lot’ perform shows for, with and about the people of Norfolk.”