21 May 2021 The following announcement has been made by Mrs Jennifer Beesley, Chairman of East Coast Hospice. Dear Colleagues Since 2013/14, when Margaret asked me to come onboard, I have given East Coast Hospice my heart and soul 24/7. During the last year, I have been poorly and am not getting any younger.
We were absolutely delighted when we were contacted by Carol Gilbert informing us that she wanted to raise some money for our appeal. When she said she was going to brave the shave, we were awe-struck. What a truly inspiring woman. Click on the image to link through to Carol’s Facebook fundraiser page to read
April 2021 We the Trustees of East Coast Hospice are proud and delighted to inform you all of our working relationship with St Helena Hospice. They have been a hospice for over 35 years. Their holistic way of working is breath-taking and gives us all immense pleasure to be able to
Hospices form collaborative partnership to help improve end of life care in Great Yarmouth and Waveney and north east Essex
East Coast Hospice and St Helena Hospice have formed a collaborative working relationship that will benefit both charities and the people they support, to ultimately improve end of life care in Great Yarmouth and Waveney and north east Essex. St Helena Hospice has been helping local people face incurable
East Coast Hospice are sad to hear of the passing of HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. A stalwart for charitable causes, he will be sadly missed by so many. RIP, Prince Philip.
Congratulations to the team at Gorleston! The staff and volunteers at ECH Charity Shop in Gorleston put on an amazing window display for the town’s annual festive window competition. With tough competition on the high street, the ECH shop came in second place. What an amazing achievement and they are all so happy with the
Attleborough shop closure Due to circumstances beyond our control, and with the lease expiring, the board of Trustees have, with heavy heart, made the decision not to re-open the shop in Attleborough. It is always a tough decision to close a charity shop but with the devastating impact of the Covid situation on retail
East Coast Hospice would like say a BIG Thank you & Congratulations to Neville Draper from Martham, who on Sunday 4th October laced up his running shoes in support of the hospice appeal, in the 2020 version of the Virgin Money London Marathon. Running around his local area and with a target of raising £500,
The penultimate phase of shop re-openings. UPDATE: Attleborough re-opening The Trustees of East Coast Hospice have taken the precautionary decision to delay the re-opening of our Attleborough shop due to the current situation at the Banham Poultry plant. This is to ensure our staff, volunteers and customers remain safe until the situation is resolved. We
Free event on 15 and 16 August gives people chance to celebrate cycling and raise crucial funds for charity My Prudential RideLondon enables cyclists to take part in world’s greatest festival of cycling wherever they are (not just London!) BREAKING NEWS – EVENT EXTENDED. Due to weather conditions forecast