Broadland partnership on the lookout for your ideas

Individuals and organisations are being asked for innovative ideas to improve the quality of life in Broadland – with funding available to help make their ambitions a reality.

The Broadland Community Partnership has four different pots of �12,000 available for ideas about biodiversity and green infrastructure, Community, jobs, skills and raising aspirations among young people and rural issues and access to services.

There is also �6,000 available for ideas to improve mental and physical wellbeing.

Partnership chairman and Broadland District Council leader Simon Woodbridge said: 'These are comparatively small sums of money but experience has shown us that a little can go a long way to deliver targeted activities that make a difference to our residents.

For more information go to the Broadland District Council website

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