About Bright Map
Promoting activities run for the local community, often by the local community
Highlighting community engagement
The Bright Map project aims to highlight some of the amazing community engagement and support across Norfolk.
It was initially founded by the Church of England Diocese of Norwich to promote groups and activities churches run for the benefit of their local communities.
Today the site is open to all and promotes projects and community activities run by a wide range of organisations and community groups.
If you run a group in your local area, or perhaps you coordinate your organisation’s groups across the county for the benefit of the community, we’d love to hear from you.
Partnering with us
It’s free of charge to promote your community projects and activities on the map, as we’re a non-profit making venture putting communities first.
If your group has multiple locations we can import existing lists or connect with your existing website to provide a live automated feed of data onto Bright Map. This means you don’t need to add your activities manually and you can continue to keep your data in one place in your existing system.
If you’re interested in discussing this with us please contact Gordon Darley on 01603 882349 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We're at the Royal Norfolk Show
The Royal Norfolk Show is a fantastic opportunity to showcase the best of what Norfolk has to offer.
You’ll find Bright Map at the Show each year with interactive screens and tablets enabling visitors to find what’s happening near to where they live.