The days are getting shorter but there’s plenty of activities going on round the borough if you want to join in. From table tennis or arts and crafts to reading, self-help groups, drumming, getting/keeping fit or volunteering – the choice is yours.
The Norfolk Deaf Association’s (NDA) Hearing Support Service looks after 10,500 Norfolk residents with NHS supplied hearing aids and is encouraging more people to get in touch and use this free service.
They are the first port of call for members of the public in what could be their worst moments. Health correspondent Geraldine Scott looks at the pressures faced by those in the ambulance control room - and the abuse they can sometimes face.
People with learning disabilities who are also lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender could soon have a safe place to meet, talk and get advice and support, thanks to a project being set up by the region’s mental health trust.