Police, community groups and charities have joined forces in a bid to promote local services and encourage people to do more in their areas.
Dozens of organisations were represented at the second annual Working Together community roadshow, which was held in the Walks in Lynn on Saturday.
PC Natalie Garrard, Norfolk Police’s diversity liaison officer, said: “The idea behind this roadshow is to bring the range of services available in West Norfolk out into the community.
“It’s an opportunity for residents from across the area to come along and receive advice or information from local agencies face to face and to have a fun day out too.”
More than 30 agencies took part in the show to offer information on volunteering, what’s on in the area and the services offered by local charities and agencies.
Groups represented at the event included Talent Watch, a Lottery-funded scheme which provides support to people aged between 18 and 24 who are long-term unemployed.
Volunteers from SOS King’s Lynn, who provide first aid and other support services in the town centre at night, were also present, while visitors were also able to obtain crime prevention advice and bicycle security marking.
The information provided by exhibitors was made available in several eastern European languages including Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish and Russian.
And visitors were also able to enjoy a talent competition organised in association with Twisted Melon Promotions, the North Lynn Discovery Centre, Youth Advisory Board and Freebridge Community Housing.