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The debate is widening about the future of adult social care in our county. I am deeply concerned that we’re heading towards a two-tier system whereby those without wealth end up with poor, undignified care – even though they may have paid tax and national insurance throughout their lives. It falls to those of us […]

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“Keep an eye on your local services to make sure they don’t disappear” Liberal Democrat group leader Dan Roper has told people in Norfolk this morning. His comments came in advance of this morning’s full meeting of the County Council, where the big issue is the way the Council plans to meet the £100m gap […]

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Some of the most vulnerable people in Norfolk still face cuts to services despite £35 million extra funding for adult social care across the county. On Monday members of the Adult Social Care Committee were told about how the extra £35m of government funding would be spent across three priorities.  But there was no mention […]

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Reversed the decision to build an expensive and polluting waste incinerator at Kings Lynn and instead set Norfolk on a course to achieve zero landfill waste;   Transformed failing education services meaning Norfolk children are now achieving the national average for GCSE results for the first time in years;   Recruited more social workers to […]

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Cranmer House back under threat

by Steff on 8 March, 2017

North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb has raised serious concerns about plans to decommission beds at Cranmer House.  Just months after local people had been told that it was safe, the North Norfolk CCG announced it had served notice terminating the funding of beds. Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) are responsible for NHS health services, and they’re […]

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