Gorleston Golf Club Ladies’ give hospice appeal a boost

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Gorleston Golf Club Ladies’ Captain, Vonnie Thornton, Treasurer Rosemary Woodhouse and members presented a cheque for an amazing £2,520 to the East Coast Hospice Appeal as a result of their successful fundraising events throughout 2017. We are extremely grateful to the Ladies section for all their wonderful and continued support of the hospice appeal and

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Santa Dash raises £4000 for our hospice appeal

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We’ve finally received all the sponsor money & are delighted to announce that our inaugural Santa Dash in Gorleston raised £4002 for our hospice appeal, bringing us closer to being able to provide specialist care for patients and their families living with a life-limiting illness. Please click here to view more photo’s & you can find

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Brilliant Christmas jumper day support in December

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Lots of wonderful people took part in a Christmas jumper day at their workplace or college & donated to the East Coast Hospice appeal.  Thanks to your support, we are moving closer to building our hospice to provide specialist care for patients and their families living with a life-limiting illness, helping to make every moment count.

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Plenty of interest in our inaugural East Coast Santa Dash

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We’re extremely grateful for all the support from Chris Harbord of FastBack Therapy to help us organise the first East Coast Santa Dash in aid of the East Coast Hospice appeal. People of all ages & fitness levels can take part in this event on Sunday 17th December.  Woody Bear from Pleasure Wood Hills will

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Will you be holding a Christmas Jumper day in December?

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December can be a busy time of the year so why not get organised now & book in the date that your office, school or college will hold a Christmas Jumper Day.  We’d love everybody to support The East Coast Hospice Appeal by donating £2 to wear their festive knits.  There are more details on

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Paul Macro Norfolk Landscape Calendars to raise funds for the East Coast Hospice Appeal

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We are delighted that Paul Macro has chosen to support The East Coast Hospice Appeal through the sale of his beautiful Norfolk Landscape calendars. Paul has so far donated £1,740 to local charities. Please visit his website & select East Coast Hospice at the checkout to benefit from a donation of £2 from the sale of every

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Spotlight on our shops in October

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Welcome to October & all the fun of Halloween at the end of the month. Our charity shops have lots of stock suitable for dressing up & decorating homes & offices. Here’s a view of the shelves in our Caister Store. We have some wonderful volunteers working for our charity. Huge thanks to Mel who

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Recycle your inkjet cartridges and mobile phones to help us raise the roof of The East Coast Hospice

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A very simple, cost free way to support us in raising funds to build the East Coast Hospice is to recycle your inkjet cartridges and mobile phones.  You simply put the empty cartridges in a freepost envelope & Recycle 4 charity will pay a donation straight to The East Coast Hospice. Click here to be

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“Don’t send me a card.com” & donate to the East Coast Hospice appeal

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We are delighted to be one of the listed charity partners with Dontsendmeacard.com. Send Christmas eCards with a donation in lieu of the cost of cards and postage. Much easier than sending cards. People will see that you donated & it’s a green paperless solution.  Help The East Coast Hospice receive a proportion of the £1.6bn

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Lowestoft Classic Vehicle Club raises £750 in Support of Hospice Appeal

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Cars, motorcycles, buses, speedboats and military vehicles were all on show at the Lowestoft Classic Vehicle Club Rally on Sunday, July 16. Rose-marie Page, main event organiser, said: “It was an absolute success – we have received good feedback and have heard so many nice comments. “One of our oldest members said he was gobsmacked

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