More Refugee Help In West Norfolk

More Refugee Help In West Norfolk

More help is available to help refugees from the Ukraine as they arrive in West Norfolk. The borough council is giving £10,000 to fund a temporary part-time support worker for migrant charities Access and the Hanseatic Union, and has also set up an emergency grant...
Council Help For Refugees Nearly Ready

Council Help For Refugees Nearly Ready

Services to support refugees arriving in West Norfolk will be up and running next week. A range of specialist services will be available at the council’s head office at King’s Court, where an area will be devoted to ensuring people are comfortable and cared for and...
West Norfolk Gives More Help To Ukraine Refugees

West Norfolk Gives More Help To Ukraine Refugees

Extra money is being set aside in West Norfolk to help those arriving in the area from the Ukraine. The borough council is setting aside £7500 from the West Norfolk Wins lottery to provide support to those who need essentials. The money will be distributed by the...
West Norfolk Firm Supports Ukrainian Children

West Norfolk Firm Supports Ukrainian Children

A West Norfolk company is sending educational toys and specially-translated activity sheets out to Ukraine for thousands of refugee children. Learning Resources is supporting the relief efforts through United Hatzalah of Israel, a non-profit emergency response...
West Norfolk Supports Ukraine

West Norfolk Supports Ukraine

Landmarks in King’s Lynn will continue to be lit up in blue and yellow to show support for the people of Ukraine until further notice. Mayor of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk, Cllr Harry Humphrey, said: “The invasion of Ukraine is a brutal and illegal act and...