Free Norfolk County Council Coronavirus Toolkit for Businesses
Norfolk County Council’s Public Health team has produced a new toolkit to support local businesses. It includes the latest information and advice helping businesses understand and use NHS Test and Trace to play their part in controlling outbreaks of Coronavirus in Norfolk.
Alongside the toolkit, there are a variety of new resources for businesses to use. Posters and social media graphics are available on a wide range of topics from hand washing and social distancing, to scam and community support advice.
New resources will be added over the coming weeks, businesses can sign up here to receive an alert when new resources are added, and keep up to date with the most recent information.
Report on Impact of Covid-19 on DCMS Sectors published
Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee says Covid-19 crisis presents biggest threat to UK’s cultural infrastructure, institutions and workforce in a generation.
Thank you to everyone who contributed to the New Anglia Culture Board Covid-19 Impact Surveys, the results of which were fed into the DCMS Impact Inquiry
Read the report here.
£2bn ‘Kickstart Scheme’ Announced to Create More Jobs for Young People
Those aged 16-24, claiming Universal Credit and at risk of long-term unemployment, will be eligible. Funding available for each six-month job placement will cover 100% of the National Minimum Wage for 25 hours a week – and employers will be able to top this wage up. It is intended to create hundreds of thousands of new, fully subsidised jobs for young people.
A total of £1.6 billion will be invested in scaling up employment support schemes, training and apprenticeships.
Click here for more information.
Norfolk & Suffolk’s Creative & Cultural Sector COVID-19 Survey Results
We are pleased to share the results of the New Anglia Culture Board second regional survey on the impact of COVID-19 on our regional creative and cultural sector. We received 195 completed responses – thank you so much for all your helpful contributions and for sharing the survey with your networks.
We plan to continue to distribute the survey every 4 – 6 weeks and questions will be refined /added as the situation continues to change. We very much welcome your feedback and suggestions for new questions.
As part of the ongoing advocacy for our region in these very tough times, the results from the current survey will also be fed into the DCMS COVID-19 Impact Inquiry.