Campaign to promote West Norfolk launched

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A new campaign has been launched to encourage people to come to work in West Norfolk.

Freebridge Community Housing, West Norfolk Council, Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital and the West Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group are working together to attract more people to the area.

King's Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council Chief Excutive Ray Harding. ANL-140529-082536001

King's Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council Chief Excutive Ray Harding. ANL-140529-082536001

The new Working in West Norfolk website has been launched along with recruitment films online.

The website includes vacancies and health information.

Ray Harding, chief executive of the borough council, said: “By working together, we have been able to design and build the website, produce the films and develop a plan which lets us share further afield why people’s future is in West Norfolk.

“We are all passionate about welcoming skilled, dedicated and enthusiastic people to our organisations, whether they are already in the area or need to relocate. People who are here already know what a great place this is to live and work - it’s time we spread the word further! ”

Dr Sue Crossman, chief officer of clinical commissioning group, said: “We are delighted with the website and will be promoting it amongst health and social care partners as a really useful information source about opportunities in West Norfolk. By working with our partners in this way we aim to help raise the profile of West Norfolk as a wonderful place to live and work.”

Go to www.workinginwestnorfolk.co.uk