Shop opening hits all the right notes The latest East Coast Hospice charity shop was opened in Acle on Thursday 22nd June with queues outside the door and the sweet sounds of the Acle St Edmund Youth Orchestra drifting on the air. The Hon Jacquetta Cator performed the official opening ceremony, cutting the ribbon and
Sunday 18TH June 2pm -5pm By kind invitation of Earl & Countess Ferrers, these beautiful gardens were opened to the public in aid of East Coast Hospice. These private beautiful and enchanting gardens of Ditchingham Hall are rarely open to the public so this really was a special opportunity for all to enjoy the wonderful
Acle St Edmund Youth Orcestra has produced a second fundraising CD supporting the East Coast Hospice Appeal. The artwork was created by Mark Cator. Recorded at The Open venue in Norwich the Acle St Edmund Youth Orchestra has produced
East Coast Hospice , in association with The Hon. Jacquetta Cator, had the most wonderful Family Garden Open Day at The Old House. Ranworth on Sunday 28th May. 10am-4pm. Situated next to Ranworth Broad on one side and St. Helens Church (the Cathedral of the Broads) on the other, these beautiful gardens are rarely open
Making Waves and The Wedding Splashers among the champions at Oulton Broad’s Dragon Boat Festival Crowds gathered in Oulton Broad yesterday to watch teams take to the water for the annual East Anglian Dragon Boat Festival. Twenty crews from across the region took part in the event at Nicholas Everitt Park, with over £6,000 raised
East Coast Hospice would like to thank the customers of Morrison’s Gorleston for their kind donations given on Saturday 6th May . The ECH stand was manned throughout the day by volunteers and the total amount raised for the hospice appeal was £99.55.
East Coast Hospice would like to thank all the staff and customers of the the One Stop store ,Brasenose Ave, Gorleston for their wonderful support to the hospice appeal and raising a total of £56.50 from a name the teddy game and in-store collection.
A trio of charities were invited to a coffee morning at the Masonic Royal Assembly Rooms, Great Yarmouth, to receive cheques totalling £1,800.
The money was raised by the members and guests at two Saint Nicholas Lodge functions, the Christmas meeting raising money for children’s charities, and ladies night which donates to the lodge master’s partner’s chosen charity. Jeff Wood was handed £800 for the East Coast Hospice, charity of choice for the lodge ladies’ night in memory
Headline: Fashion X – definitely “Rasied the Roof” in the Name of Charity!! The 3rd successful annual fundraising event in aid of East Coast Hospice- Fashion X, delighted all attendees with fashion , beauty and glamour and raised over £1200 to help ‘Raise the Roof’ of Margaret Chadd House. Held in the coastal grandeur