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Join us in South Norfolk
South Norfolk is home to scenic and peaceful countryside scattered with picturesque villages and market towns and rich architecture including Wymondham’s 12th century Abbey. The area offers traditional tea shops and pubs and excellent long and short distance walking and cycling routes for the outdoor enthusiast.
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It’s an exciting time to join us. We’re strengthening our social work teams to support people to remain as independent as possible for as long as possible. We’re investing in social care and in particular changing the conversation for social work to provide better outcomes.
You’ll be at the beginning of our journey, embedding our exciting new model of care through our Partners for Change 3 Conversations Model – developed through co-production to provide a person centred approach. You’ll be instrumental in changing the conversation, listening and connecting to keep people independent, resilient and well.
South Norfolk is a place of unspoilt charm and natural beauty with 51 conservation areas to protect historic buildings and ancient woodland for future generations. Home to Snetterton Race Track, the Mid-Norfolk Railway and the village of Old Buckenham with its own airfield and one of the largest village greens in the country. There are numerous market towns in South Norfolk – Wymondham, just 9 miles of the city of Norwich with easy access to the A11; Diss, a traditional market town and on th London Liverpool Street train line; Thetford with numerous shops and restaurants and Thetford Forest with its cycling trails and hosting of outdoor concerts.