Charities and organisations in Norfolk UK

Charities and Organisations in Norfolk UK

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Breakthrough Breast Cancer |

Breakthrough is about fighting breast cancer through research and awareness.  On the main web site you can get all the latest news about breast cancer and Breakthrough.
Tel: 020 7405 5111 - email:

British Heart Foundation |

The British Heart Foundation (BHF) is the leading national charity fighting heart and circulatory disease - the UKs biggest killer.

Cancerhelp UK |

CancerHelp UK is a joint project funded by the Cancer Research Campaign and the University of Birmingham. It aims to provide clear and comprehensive information on cancer and its treatment free of charge.

Fairhaven Garden Trust |

The Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden comprises 73 hectares (180 acres) of beautiful ancient woodland, water gardens and a private broad at South Walsham in the heart of the Norfolk Broads.
Tel: 01603 270449 - email:

Hearing dogs for deaf people |

Hearing Dogs for Deaf People aims to improve the lives of deaf people by training and placing dogs which offer practical help, greater independence, confidence, companionship and security. 
Tel: 01733 341292 - email:

Norfolk and Waveney Mental Health Partnership |

The Trust provides a range of specialist mental health services to nearly 800,000 people from all age ranges across Norfolk and north Suffolk.

Postwatch. Completely independent organisation. |

Postwatch is a completely independent organisation, not attached to Consignia (the new name for the Post Office) or part of the Government.  Postwatch was set up to ensure that post offices, Parcelforce, Royal Mail and any competing postal providers, give the best service possible to you, their customers.

RNID - Royal National Institute for Deaf People. |

The Royal National Institute for Deaf People (RNID) is the largest charity representing the 8.7 million deaf and hard of hearing people in the UK.

RSPB - Royal Society for the Protection of Birds |

Norfolk is Britains top birdwatching county with great birds in any season.  Across the county the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds has 4 nature reserves, and works with certain communities to protect other important wild bird populations.
Tel: 01603 660066

Sheringham Royal British Legion Branch |

Under its Royal Charter, the Legions help is available to lots of people, regardless of whether they are its members. This represents some 15 million people, or one third of the population.

SPIG - Shared Parenting Information Group UK |

This is the concept that, following divorce or separation, mothers and fathers should retain a strong positive parenting role in their childrens lives, with the children actually spending substantial amounts of time living with each parent.

The National Eczema Society |

The National Eczema Society is the only organisation in the UK and one of the most established organisations worldwide dedicated to the needs of people with eczema, dermatitis and sensitive skin.

The Norfolk Zipper Club |

All our members have undergone one of the several different cardiac procedures, including surgery, and we can offer practical advice and help to you and your family before the investigation or operation.
Tel: 01603 898551 - email:

The Promethean Trust |

The Promethean Trust - Dyslexia: seperating fact from myth. You will be bombarded with conflicting advice. Your teachers may say that your child is lazy, won’t concentrate, or is just a slow developer. They may even imply that he isn’t too bright, or that your parenting skills aren’t what they should be.
Tel: 01603 881158 - email:

The Salvation Army - caring in the community |

Where there is a need..... there is The Salvation Army..... CARING IN THE COMMUNITY
Tel: 01603 724408/09 - email:

The Skin Care Campaign |

The Skin Care Campaign is an alliance of patient groups, companies and other organisations with a common interest in skin health. It is administered by the National Eczema Society.

Weybourne Community Fund |

The object of the Community Fund is to help the community of Weybourne. This we would like to think we have achieved since we started in 1997. The committee has raised over £25,000 since then by their enthusiastic fundraising, whilst having a lot of fun at the same time.