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West Norfolk Council updates online Lily support service





An online directory which helps isolated residents to connect with community groups has been given a new updated look.

Lily, a service owned and managed by West Norfolk Council, aims to help residents find information about local, regional and national support services - as well as local events.

Originally launched in 2014, it has now been revamped with a new-look website which features a map showing where listings are located and the ability to share them via WhatsApp and texts.

West Norfolk Council has updated its Lily support service. Picture: iStock
West Norfolk Council has updated its Lily support service. Picture: iStock

Judith Berry, community health and wellbeing manager at the borough council, said: “The online Lily directory supports access to a whole range of social activities and information for all adults over the age of 18.

“The update to our website provides a clear, user-friendly, way to see what support and activities are available to residents in West Norfolk.”

New accessibility features and different languages have also been built into the system.



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