We are delighted that this week young adult carer Molly Brown has been recognised as a community hero by Norwich City Football Club and Fosters Solicitors.
Molly, 18, is a young adult carer for both her dad and grandad, and she has also cared for her uncle. Norwich City highlighted Molly’s amazing contribution by making her their community hero for the fixture against Bristol City.
Molly was been nominated for her support to her family and for being a valuable member of Norfolk Young Carers Forum. You can read more at www.canaries.co.uk/News/2021/january/community-hero-norwich-city-v-bristol-city/
Norwich City Community Heroes is a way of giving people the special recognition they deserve, whether the person works in the emergency services, is a carer or charity champion. You can nominate someone by visiting the Community Hero page on www.canaries.co.uk.
We would like to thank Fosters Solicitors for their support in nominating Molly. Find out more about how they are working to identify and support carers on their staff at caringtogether.org/news/carers-rights-day-fosters