Heart can reveal the friends and family of missing Corrie McKeague are planning to hold a charity concert in the summer.
Norwich: Charity Awarded Winehouse Foundation Cash
A Norwich based charity has become the first eating disorder charity to get money from the Amy Winehouse Foundation.
Beat has been awarded more than £40,000 to develop a new website.
Amy's brother Alex Winehouse said: "It is vital, in the world we live in today, that everything is done to highlight the danger eating disorders can wreak upon the human body. Too often, the easiest option ? to turn away and act like nothing is happening ? is taken, and it is time this stops. We hope that, by working alongside Beat, discussions about bulimia and anorexia can now take place, and that people's fears of this subject are allayed."
The website will ensure both sufferers and their families can use message boards, take part in live chats and online support groups and search support services in their local area using the HelpFinder online directory.
The Amy Winehouse Foundation was set up in Amy's memory by her family to support, inform and inspire vulnerable and disadvantaged young people.
Usually it provides grants to drug and alcohol charities, but has chosen to support Beat to raise awareness of Amy's battle with bulimia.
A spokesperson said: "Amy was passionate about helping young people, and fully understood the problems that many of them face."
Beat Chief Executive Susan Ringwood: "We are delighted to have this vital support from The Amy Winehouse Foundation. This will enable us to reach many more of the 1.6million people affected by these serious mental illnesses in the UK. Our website is a key part of what we do and it's vital that we make the information and support we have easily accessible to everyone."
Police are increasingly concerned for the welfare of a 15-year-old girl who went missing in the Kesgrave area on Thursday and are renewing their appeal to trace her.
A funding bid to build a long waited third river crossing Great Yarmouth is set to be submitted to the government.
Heart can reveal since so called 'legal highs' were banned last May - Norfolk and Suffolk police have made 13 arrests for intent to supply.
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