Tea Party at the John Green Institute

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A few photos from the great Charity Tea Party that was held at the JGI Belton on Thursday 30th July to raise funds for the Hospice. Over 50 people attended the event organised by Barbara Clark and Nora Bensley. More information to follow once monies have been counted.

‘Sainsbury’s boost Hospice Charity’

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Sainsbury’s Great Yarmouth chose East Coast Hospice to receive a year’s worth of fundraising and awareness support from July 2014- July 2015. The retailer’s Local Charity scheme is now in its sixth year and gives customers the chance to vote for their favourite local charity to be considered to receive a year’s worth of support

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Vicky Quantrill runs the Marathon and raises £1129!

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The London Marathon has been and gone on the 26th of April, but Vicky Quantrill has just finished her marathon fundraising effort for East Coast Hospice! The London Marathon is one of the great British sporting events, combining elite athletics, mass participation and record-breaking fundraising in one race. The course is a gruelling 26 miles

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Nominated for Sainsbury’s Charity of the Year

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Vote online here: www.sainsburyslocalcharity.co.uk/#nominate Once again we need your vote, please pop into Sainsburys Great Yarmouth during June and cast your vote by putting a ‘B’ on the ballot paper for ECH to be Sainsburys Charity Partners of the year 2015-2016. The community’s support is vital to help us reach our goal – to ‘Raise

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‘The tale of 3 duelling dragons’

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The tale of 3 duelling dragons The weather forecast was not great and the reality wasn’t any better but the damp and grey weather didn’t dampen the spirits of a single crew member competing in the East Anglian Dragon Boat Festival on Sunday 31st May 2015.   Crews arrived at around 10am for a crew

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Fashion X- Success!

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The Royal Masonic Lodge, in Great Yarmouth was brimming with fashion fans last Saturday night (16th May) as East Coast Hospice and its partner Sainsburys prepared for the Fashion show of the year. In the main hall visitors to the show were treated to face mapping by Beauty Matters, Back Massages by Phoenix Healing, not

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Are your New Year’s resolutions long gone?

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So it’s April, four months into 2015 and if your New Year’s Resolutions are still around you deserve a round of applause. Maybe you’re still holding out hope for some of them, or you think you still have time. ‘The trouble is you think you have time’ – Buddha. Maybe you are not one for

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Royal Yacht Club presents ECH with a £400 cheque.

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The Royal Norfolk and Suffolk Yacht Club (Lowestoft) were pleased to welcome Margaret Chadd, trustee of East Coast Hospice, to present her with a cheque for £400 on Thursday. (19th March) Mrs Chadd and her family have a long association with the RNSYC, and there is even a model of the Chadd family Brown boat

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The Lowestoft Classic Vehicle Club chooses ECH!

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The Lowestoft Classic Vehicle Club is pleased to announce East Coast Hospice as its Charity Partner for 2015. Members of the club were asked to nominate a Charity worthy of their support for this year. All nominations made were put to a vote and East Coast Hospice came out as the clear winner. Club Chairman,

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Only 7% actually do!

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‘It’s a common myth that only the rich and famous leave money to charity when they die. This couldn’t be any further from the truth. The reality is that without gifts left in Wills by people like you, many of the charities we know and support wouldn’t even exist. Charitable legacies are the foundation for

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