1 in 5 women suffer with PGP. We need to talk more about pelvic pain in pregnancy and its effects. My personal story.

Introduction: This week’s post features… well, me. I started this blog for many reasons;  mainly to give people across Norwich who are doing amazing things to benefit others, a platform to speak on (not many people like to blow their own trumpet!) Also, to raise awareness and to share positive news stories across social mediaContinue reading “1 in 5 women suffer with PGP. We need to talk more about pelvic pain in pregnancy and its effects. My personal story.”

Looking after the late night party people. The story of Penny Jones and the street volunteers.

Men are just as vulnerable as women on the night-time scene in the city. Introduction If you’ve been out in Norwich city centre on a Saturday night, you may well have encountered the City Pastors. This group of (mostly) retired people wearing high-vis jackets hand out flip flops, chocolate and provide a listening ear forContinue reading “Looking after the late night party people. The story of Penny Jones and the street volunteers.”

Helping the homeless. The story of the Winter Night Shelter in Norwich.

People believe that the night shelter has saved lives, including some of the guests themselves.” Introduction Churches in Norwich worked in partnership with Norwich City Council to provide accommodation for rough sleepers from November through to March. Norwich Central Baptist Church on Duke Street provided the venue for Sunday, Monday and Tuesday nights and RussellContinue reading “Helping the homeless. The story of the Winter Night Shelter in Norwich.”

Foodbanks and the increasing role they play in Norfolk. The story of Hannah Worsley.

Just to say ‘thankyou’ twice! 1st for the food, it has helped me out in a very difficult time. 2nd, I found the whole process of that day very, very stressful and your generosity and smiling faces put a sparkle in the day which had been very gloomy for me.   Hi, my name isContinue reading “Foodbanks and the increasing role they play in Norfolk. The story of Hannah Worsley.”