Whack-A-Mole by Jane Carter Woodrow

Whack-A-Mole is a black comedy/thriller about carers and cared written by Jane Carter Woodrow and stars Heather Coombs (of BBC's Brexit An Uncivil War, Call Midwife, Silent Witness) and Jen Thompson (Mountain Bluebird) and has been likened to a female Breaking Bad set in the Fens.

It is at Sedgeford Village Hall near Hunstanton, Norfolk at 7.30pm on Friday 15th November and at The Two Sisters Arts Centre, Trimley St Mary near Felixstowe at 7.30 on Saturday 16th November 2019.

Jane Carter Woodrow is represented for TV, films & stage by Katie Langridge, the Knight Hall Agency, London EC1 and for books by Ed Wilson for at Johnson & Alcock, Gt Russell St, Bloomsbury, London W1.

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Carers Innovation Fund Survey is now live.

The purpose of this survey is to seek experiences and ideas regarding carers in employment.

A carer is anyone who provides unpaid care and support to a family member, partner or friend due to their disability, health condition, frailty, mental health problem or other health or social care needs.

The survey was designed by a group consisting of carer organisations and councils in Norfolk. We will gather information anonymously and the responses we receive will feed into an application to the Carers Innovation Fund.


Young Carer Health Champions "Comic" Animation

Please see below for a link to a new NHS England Comic Animation which a couple of our forum members were involved in producing in their role as NHS England Health Champions.


It focuses around the role that health settings (including GPs and Pharmacies) can play in identifying and supporting young/young adult carers.

Please do share with colleagues and on websites/social media as appropriate.