Its director says the amount of support offered by schools and teachers during lockdown has varied widely, according to parents.
The opportunity to share their ideas will be given at a virtual business recovery festival in September.
The study was carried out on 50 UK beaches inspired by so many people taking staycations this year.
The team of experts are on hand to consult businesses and help them secure commercial funding post-COVID-19.
Its operator hosted live party nights on Facebook which attracted numerous viewers from around the world.
Jobs will be created at offices in Lynn and East Winch covering a range of roles.
A virtual workshop will gather feedback on topics such as how to making use of empty units and enhance the town centre.
Students could be exposing themselves to danger if they share images of their certificates online, says one fraud expert.
Peer Networks has been launched to aid the national recovery effort.
Applications from charities and community groups for food have tripled since the start of lockdown, according to one charity.
The doors are set to open in September providing employment for people who had faced losing their jobs.
The room includes original features such as exposed beams and has its own private rooftop terrace.
Fresh fish and shellfish is smoked using traditional methods over oak shavings.
Job vacancies in healthcare, food production and other sectors are being promoted in response to COVID-19.
Food banks have said that it is vital people continue to donate items in the coming weeks and months.
The response from local customers has been 'overwhelming' said some landlords.
New products have been introduced with a percentage of the sale of each bottle going to NHS charities.
Sandringham Estate based business volunteers to help Norfolk County Council.
Items can be delivered to the doorstep in towns and villages across West Norfolk and Fenland.
Record low interest rates could potentially save mortgage users tens of thousands of pounds.