Community & Wellbeing
The Breckland Operational Partnership Team (BOPT) work together to help address anti social behaviour.
How we safeguard and promote the welfare of children, young people and adults
Information and advice on how to plan and what to do in an emergency for your home, community and business
Breckland Council has a number of funding streams available to both community groups and individuals, find out more here.
Market Town Initiative funding information and how to apply
A new shop initiative being led by Breckland Council is supporting businesses across the district. ShopAppy is one part of the Market Town Initiative that will help all 5 market towns to gain footfall and customers.
Breckland Council is committed to enabling stronger and more independent communities.
Community Fridges are communal places where surplus food is shared between people in a community, by local businesses and individuals.
A Rural Sports Programme for children aged between 5-11, featuring a variety of sports and games.
Giving community groups the opportunity to nominate land or buildings in which they think are of community value.
Supporting Good Causes providing vital services to the community
Emergency Planning's Privacy Notice
Local organisations offering services to help people keep physically or mentally active, help their community, improve their well-being, stay safe, find care/support and get family support
Last updated: 08/02/2019 09:31:36