Cost of Living Support

Find out what help and support is available to you and your family as the cost of living crisis continues to bite. Click on the links below for more information.

Get in touch with us to let us know if you’re struggling with your finances please do get in touch to let us know, as there may be things we can suggest which will help.

We know everyone is feeling the pinch this winter and we want to support those families in our school community who are impacted the most. We want to do everything we can to help you and your child through this difficult winter.

Please contact with your enquiries and we can direct you to the person who is most appropriate to offer some support.

Cost of Living Support – NCAN Winter 2023 Advice Hub

• As costs and prices go up, more and more of us are struggling with money.

• You may be able to get help to boost your income or cut your costs, but it can be hard to know where to start.

• At Norfolk Community Advice Network (NCAN), we have created this hub of free help and support:

Cost of Living advice for people aged 50+ from Age UK

Cost of Living advice from Citizens Advice

Cost of Living support from Norfolk County Council

Support if money is affecting your mental health

Get in touch

• Whether it’s a feeling of isolation, advice on housing, benefits, disability rights, debt and money, legal help, homelessness or domestic abuse, the charities which make up the Norfolk Community Advice Network can help you.

• You can contact any of the network charities directly, or call the Your Norfolk Advice Network for help. A specially recruited team of staff will answer your calls and emails. The helpline number is 0333 996 8333 and the email is Our opening hours are 10am – 4pm Mon – Fri.

• If nobody is available to answer your call, or you phone outside these hours, you can leave a voicemail and someone will get back to you.