On Sunday June 10th, East Coast Hospice was very proud to attend the ‘Celebrating Volunteering & Changing Lives’ event at Norwich Cathedral. Norfolk Community Foundation worked with the Dean of Norwich, The Very Reverend Jane Hedges, who orchestrated the event to celebrate volunteering. Norwich Cathedral celebrated the role of volunteering in the Cathedral Cloisters following the
A huge thank you goes to Paul Saunders PRS Agrimech, Agricultural Services who came all the way from Beccles to the East Coast Hospice site and gave his time to cut and roll some of the land, so that we can start to hold events on the land allowing the community to come to the
Back in 2017, we announced a challenge to help us raise funds to ‘Raise the Roof’. That challenge was to jump out of a plane at 13,000 feet in a tandem sky dive. 8 brave souls took us op on the challenge and they all started their individual fundraising campaigns in earnest. We had booked
Thank you to everyone involved in the organisation and who took part at the” Have a go for East Coast Hospice”, Clay Shoot on the Sotterley Estate on Sunday. The weather was fantastic and an wonderful £350 was raised for the hospice appeal.
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We were blessed with the weather on Sunday 22nd April & hundred’s of visitors were welcomed at Ranworth Old House to view their beautiful gardens as part of the National Garden Scheme. We were delighted to be given the opportunity to serve refreshments and raised a brilliant £920 for our hospice appeal. Our very grateful
Pandora Buck, who runs The Active Clinic in Great Yarmouth, began running with Great Yarmouth Road Runners when she was 50. In December last year she was advised by e mail that she had won a competition & had a place to run in the London Marathon. Pandora, or Pandy, as she is known to
The Board of Trustees of East Coast Hospice have been informed that the James Paget University Hospital have issued a Media Statement to confirm that that no palliative care/hospice beds will be built on the James Paget Hospital site. We understand the Trustees of the Louise Hamilton Centre have been informed. One of the James
We are very excited that Pandora Buck, owner of The Active Clinic in Great Yarmouth, is to run The London Marathon in aid of The East Coast Hospice appeal. Pandy, as she is know to many of her friends & clients, was lucky enough to win her place in the marathon & will be starting
We are really excited to announce that our shop family is expanding and we will be opening the doors soon in Norwich! More details to follow soon.