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The counties of Norfolk & Suffolk, along with the Waveney Valley region that overlaps them, are steeped in history and heritage, with vibrant Art and Theatre communities. The Iceni region contains some of the most beautiful landscapes, waterways, and coastlines in England, with public access to much of it wonderfully diverse wildlife . . .

iceniPost brings together the many aspects of our region, with the posting of daily news and events in Norfolk and Suffolk, and at the same time records social events as historical content as the publication grows, already amassing well over 11,000 pages, many content supplied, and some self generated from as far back as 2007.

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#clapforkeyworkers at Ipswich Hospital this evening. Amazing support and turnout for our NHS heroes. ... See MoreSee Less

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#perimenopause #hormones #preventativehealth #menopause #womenshealth #migraines #healthmatters #chronicfatigue #betterhealth #digestion #yourchoice #yourjourney #smallnorfolkbusiness #norfolkbusinessnetwork #informed=empowered #menopausematters #menopauseawareness #jointpain #brainfog #empoweryourself #4networking #allwomen #womeninbusiness

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#perimenopause #hormones #preventativehealth #menopause #womenshealth #migraines #healthmatters #chronicfatigue #betterhealth #digestion #yourchoice #yourjourney #smallnorfolkbusiness #norfolkbusinessnetwork #informed=empowered #menopausematters #menopauseawareness #jointpain #brainfog #empoweryourself #4networking #allwomen #womeninbusinessIf this sounds like you, then contact to see how you can be empowered.
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#perimenopause #hormones #preventativehealth #menopause #womenshealth #migraines #healthmatters #chronicfatigue #betterhealth #digestion #yourchoice #yourjourney #smallnorfolkbusiness #norfolkbusinessnetwork #informed=empowered #menopausematters #menopauseawareness #jointpain #brainfog #empoweryourself #4networking #allwomen #womeninbusiness
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East Coast Community Healthcare CIC needs you! Voluntary work in #Beccles, #Lowestoft or from home is available, along with a range of paid opportunities: https://www.ecch.org/we-need-you/

East Coast Community Healthcare CIC needs you! Voluntary work in #beccles, #lowestoft or from home is available, along with a range of paid opportunities: www.ecch.org/we-need-you/East Coast Community Healthcare CIC needs you! Voluntary work in Beccles, Lowestoft or from home is available, along with a range of paid opportunities: www.ecch.org/we-need-you/ ... See MoreSee Less

Todays #songbirdoftheday is goldcrest, one of the smallest songbirds in the world! Its song can be heard quite commonly, but because its so high pitched youll need to listen hard 👉 bit.ly/goldcrestsong #BreakfastBirdwatch

Today's #songbirdoftheday is goldcrest, one of the smallest songbirds in the world! Its song can be heard quite commonly, but because it's so high pitched you'll need to listen hard 👉 bit.ly/goldcrestsong #BreakfastBirdwatch ... See MoreSee Less

East Suffolk Council is now processing the payment of grants for local businesses provided by the government in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Eligible businesses are being asked to complete a straightforward online form which will capture the data required by central government and allow the Council to make payment to each eligible business as soon as possible. 
As part of this process, and to ensure as many businesses as possible are aware of the funding available to them, East Suffolk Council is also writing to over 7,000 businesses who may be eligible for the grants - the Small Business Grant Fund or the Retail, Hospitality and Leisure Fund. The Council will also promote the scheme through the media and online channels.

The online form and full details about how to apply with full eligibility criteria can be found at: https://www.eastsuffolk.gov.uk/covid-19-business-grant-funding.

The first fund offers a grant of £10,000, announced by the Government to support small businesses (which receive small business rate relief or rural rate relief).  The second is a grant of either £10,000 or £25,000 depending on rateable value, for businesses in the retail, hospitality and leisure sectors. 
Once each business has completed the online form, they will receive an automated email to confirm receipt of the form.  The Council will then undertake verification checks and make payment of the grant as soon as possible.  Once payment has been submitted to the business an automated email will be sent to confirm payment has been made.

Cllr Craig Rivett, Cabinet Member for Economic Development and Tourism, said: “We are in unprecedented times and this funding is a lifeline for many local businesses. We have a responsibility to ensure they can access it as quickly as possible and by setting up a clear and straightforward online form, the application process will be as smooth as possible. We hope to encourage everyone who is eligible to apply and get the funding they deserve.”

Businesses with a rateable value of £51,000 or over are not eligible for this scheme. Additionally, businesses which are not ratepayers in the business rates system are not included in this scheme.

East Suffolk Council is now processing the payment of grants for local businesses provided by the government in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Eligible businesses are being asked to complete a straightforward online form which will capture the data required by central government and allow the Council to make payment to each eligible business as soon as possible.
As part of this process, and to ensure as many businesses as possible are aware of the funding available to them, East Suffolk Council is also writing to over 7,000 businesses who may be eligible for the grants - the Small Business Grant Fund or the Retail, Hospitality and Leisure Fund. The Council will also promote the scheme through the media and online channels.

The online form and full details about how to apply with full eligibility criteria can be found at: www.eastsuffolk.gov.uk/covid-19-business-grant-funding.

The first fund offers a grant of £10,000, announced by the Government to support small businesses (which receive small business rate relief or rural rate relief). The second is a grant of either £10,000 or £25,000 depending on rateable value, for businesses in the retail, hospitality and leisure sectors.
Once each business has completed the online form, they will receive an automated email to confirm receipt of the form. The Council will then undertake verification checks and make payment of the grant as soon as possible. Once payment has been submitted to the business an automated email will be sent to confirm payment has been made.

Cllr Craig Rivett, Cabinet Member for Economic Development and Tourism, said: “We are in unprecedented times and this funding is a lifeline for many local businesses. We have a responsibility to ensure they can access it as quickly as possible and by setting up a clear and straightforward online form, the application process will be as smooth as possible. We hope to encourage everyone who is eligible to apply and get the funding they deserve.”

Businesses with a rateable value of £51,000 or over are not eligible for this scheme. Additionally, businesses which are not ratepayers in the business rates system are not included in this scheme.East Suffolk Council is now processing the payment of grants for local businesses provided by the government in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Eligible businesses are being asked to complete a straightforward online form which will capture the data required by central government and allow the Council to make payment to each eligible business as soon as possible.

As part of this process, and to ensure as many businesses as possible are aware of the funding available to them, East Suffolk Council is also writing to over 7,000 businesses who may be eligible for the grants - the Small Business Grant Fund or the Retail, Hospitality and Leisure Fund. The Council will also promote the scheme through the media and online channels.

The online form and full details about how to apply with full eligibility criteria can be found at: www.eastsuffolk.gov.uk/covid-19-business-grant-funding.

The first fund offers a grant of £10,000, announced by the Government to support small businesses (which receive small business rate relief or rural rate relief). The second is a grant of either £10,000 or £25,000 depending on rateable value, for businesses in the retail, hospitality and leisure sectors.
Once each business has completed the online form, they will receive an automated email to confirm receipt of the form. The Council will then undertake verification checks and make payment of the grant as soon as possible. Once payment has been submitted to the business an automated email will be sent to confirm payment has been made.

Cllr Craig Rivett, Cabinet Member for Economic Development and Tourism, said: “We are in unprecedented times and this funding is a lifeline for many local businesses. We have a responsibility to ensure they can access it as quickly as possible and by setting up a clear and straightforward online form, the application process will be as smooth as possible. We hope to encourage everyone who is eligible to apply and get the funding they deserve.”

Businesses with a rateable value of £51,000 or over are not eligible for this scheme. Additionally, businesses which are not ratepayers in the business rates system are not included in this scheme.
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#English #Mushroom Producers

#Waveney Mushrooms produce, sell and deliver hand picked English mushrooms to retailers, caterers & wholesalers nationwide.
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Is a #businessdegree Right for You? What You Should Know There are so many different career paths one could take, and a lot of people graduate with a business degree knowing they can work in many different fields. The only problem is that some of these people do it because #business #degrees are popular right now and they do not think whether these degrees are right for them. [ 470 more words ]
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Charlie Chaplin wear skate shoes for Dancing ... See MoreSee Less

The EFL have released the following statement amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. 👇 #itfc ... See MoreSee Less

Our fabulous Brave Artist Jonathan has been busy creating a rainbow outfit and matching binoculars! Always good to accessorise! Good work Jonboy! 🌈

Our fabulous Brave Artist Jonathan has been busy creating a rainbow outfit and matching binoculars! Always good to accessorise! Good work Jonboy! 🌈 ... See MoreSee Less

The #cromer Voluntary Entertainments Organisation has, after much discussion, decided to cancel #cromercarnival 2020 in light of the current coronavirus pandemic. Planning the carnival is a twelve month operation and booking and signing contracts for the various top class acts and events is a large financial commitment, which the committee would lose if they hung on in the hope that the carnival would go ahead in August, only to find that the public were still restricted in travelling and coming together in large crowds. [ 343 more words ]
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After a busy day yesterday supporting London #Ambulance Service, Tom and Tom are both out again in the Capital.
Both crew members are Volunteering their Time to assist the nation as part of St John Ambulances on going efforts during the COVID19 Pandemic.

After a busy day yesterday supporting London #ambulance Service, Tom and Tom are both out again in the Capital.
Both crew members are Volunteering their Time to assist the nation as part of St John Ambulances on going efforts during the COVID19 Pandemic.After a busy day yesterday supporting London Ambulance Service, Tom and Tom are both out again in the Capital.

Both crew members are Volunteering their Time to assist the nation as part of St John Ambulances on going efforts during the COVID19 Pandemic.
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Institute of #Directors helping business leaders to stay connected online during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Virtual #business events launched by IoD East of England aim to keep people connected.

#IoD East of England is hosting a series of virtual members’ lunches and events aimed at keeping the IoD business community connected during the current Coronavirus pandemic. The connected lunches, taking place virtually on Microsoft Teams, are for IoD East members and provide an opportunity for business leaders to chat with one another regarding issues that are currently affecting their businesses. [ 302 more words ]
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Learn #circus skills #online from #Norwich during the lockdown.

Live and interactive classes for all abilities and ages led by skilled teachers based around the world.

While we are forced to spend almost all our time indoors in order to help us stay safe and healthy, many people are using the time to learn new skills.

Now Norwich’s trailblazing Oak Circus Centre are offering interactive online courses in circus skills that anyone can join in with. [ 602 more words ]
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#NHS #norfolk and #waveney Clinical Commissioning Group launches 1 April 2020.

This follows the merger of the #CCGS for West Norfolk, North Norfolk, Norwich, South Norfolk and Great Yarmouth and Waveney. Clinical Commissioning Groups are responsible for planning local NHS services and holding contracts with organisations such as hospitals that provide direct patient care. In light of the Coronavirus pandemic, all CCG staff have been diverted from their usual commissioning tasks to support NHS clinical services. [ 188 more words ]
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When walking your dog or partaking in your daily exercise, please remember to use local facilities that are close to home instead of travelling further afar unless absolutely necessary.

When walking your dog or partaking in your daily exercise, please remember to use local facilities that are close to home instead of travelling further afar unless absolutely necessary. ... See MoreSee Less

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