Case Studies

Birketts and TLC

TLC is a Great Yarmouth-based organisation, which works alongside the police, council, churches, Christian and local community agencies to deliver outreach to the most vulnerable members of the community. They have two street teams and run weekly and monthly groups. They have also provided hours of one-to-one conversations, offered practical support to individuals struggling with […]

Richard Jackson Building Consultants and Martham Recreation Ground

Martham is a village nine miles north of Great Yarmouth. The Martham Recreation Ground Trust exists to manage, maintain and improve the public recreation ground, sports facilities, playground and skate park in Martham. Richard Jackson are engineering consultants and chartered building surveyors operating from offices in Colchester, London, Cambridge, Norwich and Bristol. Their core services […]

Mills & Reeve and the Salthouse Trust

Salthouse Trust – Salthouse Fuel & Pasture, an area of almost 95 hectares, 3km north of Holt, was established by an Act of Parliament in 1781 when the lord of the manor left the area in trust to the common righters of Salthouse. It was originally established for use as an open space for the […]

A Squared Architects and Attleborough Boxing Club

Attleborough Boxing Club (ABC) was established in 2008 with the aim of improving the fitness of bodies and minds through boxing. Despite being run entirely by volunteers, the club has grown exponentially, providing training to increasing numbers of people of all ages, including many from vulnerable or challenging backgrounds. It has achieved many awards, including […]

Phase Three Goods and East Anglian Complementary Health

The organisation’s website was dated and the volunteer who had previously updated the site was no longer able to do so. It also needed to show more details of the therapies on offer with the option of linking to video demonstrations. Phase Three Goods provided a complete web redesign, advice on SEO and training on how to update the site.

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Naked Marketing and St Seraphim’s Trust

St Seraphim’s chapel, icon and railway heritage museum was established in 2005 and is the first icon museum in the UK. In 2013, it staged an exhibition of icons at Norwich Cathedral’s hostry; in 2015 it opened a quiet garden; and in 2016 it was awarded full museum accreditation status by The Arts Council. Naked […]

Purcell and the Church of Our Lady and St Thomas of Canterbury

The Parish Church of Our Lady and St Thomas of Canterbury in Wymondham was completed in 1952, since when it has become an important focal point for the community. As well as celebrating mass, the church is a base for a number of other activities, including Helping Hands and the Catholic Women’s League, who provide […]

Andrew Morton Associates and Newton Flotman Church

Newton Flotman Parochial Church Council is a vibrant organisation containing a mixed range of people in every decade of life. As well as normal church activities, the PCC runs a weekly Coffee Stop (with free cake and coffee!), a social club, youth club and luncheon club. Following a Parish Development Programme, it committed to opening […]

NPS Group and The Restoration Trust

The Restoration Trust helps people with mental health conditions engage with art, culture and heritage – they call this culture therapy. Their life-enhancing projects are partnerships between arts and heritage organisations and organisations that support people who are marginalised by poor mental health and other factors. NPS is a national organisation, delivering a comprehensive and […]

NPS Group and Little Plumstead Community Shop

The idea of a community shop in Little Plumstead was first suggested in late-2016. Since then, a number of organisations have worked together to bring the project nearer to fruition. One of the sites being considered is a Victorian walled garden near to the village church, and the Hertfordshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, which runs […]

Norse Commercial Services and Home-Start Norfolk

Home-Start is a charity that provides early intervention support for young families in need and aims to give children the best possible start in life. The charity’s professional teams recruit, train and supervise volunteers, who visit families, including children from 0 to 5, who are struggling to cope. This bespoke support enables parents to develop […]

Naked Marketing and Your Own Place

Your Own Place is a social enterprise working to prevent youth homelessness. They do this in three key ways: Providing Tenancy & Independent Living Skills (TILS) training in small groups and 1-2-1. Providing Volunteer Tenancy Mentors to support young people in their first tenancy. Providing targeted Employment Support (using the Journeys to Employment Framework) to […]

Farrows and TimeNorfolk

TimeNorfolk (previously Pregnancy Choices Norfolk) provides free, confidential support to women and their partners who have experienced a pregnancy loss through miscarriage, termination or still birth. They also provide care for women who are facing an unplanned or complicated pregnancy or have other pregnancy related issues such as pre- or post-natal depression or infertility. Operating in […]