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Winter Wellbeing Fair

Thursday 26th January 2017 - 10:00
Stay Warm, Stay Well, Save Money

The event is open to all residents and will offer free refreshments to visitors whilst they meet with friends and learn some useful tips to keep safe and warm this winter.

A variety of local organisations will be present at the event to talk to residents about services available in the area.

The event is funded by National Energy Action’s Warm homes project and the aim is to ensure that vulnerable residents are able to stay warm and well in the winter.

We really hope you are able to come and support this event. 

This event is organised by:
Kirsty Burns
Climate Change Officer
Broadland District Council and South Norfolk Council
Tel: 01603 430627
Fax: 01603 430616

Event/organisation website:
Free - Booking not needed
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Costessey Centre
Longwater Lane


Brexit and the future of the UK

Thursday 19th January 2017 - 18:30
'Brexit means Brexit' but what does that mean? The future of a United Kingdom

Prof John Curtice (University of Strathclyde)

Prof Michael Keating (University of Aberdeen)

Dr Jo Hunt (University of Cardiff) 

Dr Nikos Skoutaris (UEA)

This event will examine the future of the UK as a union of nations in light of the EU referendum result. With a majority of Scottish MPs committed to remaining within the EU and given the Scottish government’s recent publication of a draft bill for a second independence referendum, this event will focus on the question of whether the UK can remain united in the face of Brexit.

The discussion is followed by a free, informal drinks reception, giving the audience a chance to meet the speakers.

Further information: or 01603 591926

This event is supported by UK in a Changing Europe.

Event/organisation website:
Free - Booking not needed
Thomas Paine Study Centre Lecture Theatre
University of East Anglia