Coronavirus cases have spiked significantly in the town.
Darren Lewitt is offering free mentoring sessions and copies of his book to businesses, schools and colleges to help them during the second lockdown.
Residents and businesses across Norfolk are being urged to continue following coronavirus restrictions
Businesses have also warned that they will “struggle to survive” with the new lockdown measures in place.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer announced that the scheme will be reviewed in January to see whether employers should contribute more.
Protesters took to the streets as council officials and foodbank workers had their say on the Government’s decision not to extend free school meals.
M&Co bosses are urging residents in Diss to help support the British high street, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to cripple the retail sector.
The Corn Hall has been handed an essential lifeline after securing government funding that promises to see the venue through until spring next year.
Council leader Andrew Proctor welcomed the new tier system but added Norfolk "cannot afford to be complacent".
The group have been hailed as Environmental Champions of 2020, after ensuring Frenze Beck Nature Reserve was well looked-after during the pandemic.
Around half-a-dozen health workers vaccinated around 600 people over a two day period