The Nook Appeal

Set in the beautiful surroundings of a peaceful country estate, it is difficult at first to understand why bosses from East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) want to leave their site in south Norfolk.

The listed red-brick building has been home to Norfolk’s only children’s hospice for more than 23 years.

However, it is only when you enter the hospice that it begins to become apparent why EACH has outgrown its site in Quidenham.

However, the prospect of a £10m purpose-built hospice at Framingham Earl is one that excites staff, which would be bigger and provide services that Quidenham is not able to provide.

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Work has started on the £10m EACH nook hospice in Framingham Earl, which will replace Quidenham. Sophie Wyllie looked at the range of appeal fundraisers.

Work has started on the £10m EACH nook hospice in Framingham Earl, to replace the Quidenham hospice. Sophie Wyllie looked around the old base.

Work has started on the £10m EACH nook hospice in Framingham Earl, to replace the Quidenham hospice. Sophie Wyllie spoke to a family helped by the charity.

Work has started on the £10m EACH nook hospice in Framingham Earl, which will replace Quidenham. Two families have spoken of their support for EACH.

Work has started on the £10m EACH nook hospice in Framingham Earl, which will replace Quidenham. Sophie Wyllie spoke to a couple who helped set it up.

Today is the day building work starts on a new £10m children’s hospice for Norfolk.

A painting of a Pakefield beach scene has been raffled to benefit East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) The Nook building project, which is now close to commencing construction.

A design agency has raised more than £1,000 for an appeal to build a hospice for children with life-threatening conditions.

They are a traditional part of Christmas festivities.

Staff from an East Anglian retailer have swapped the shop floor for an obstacle course in aid of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

An intrepid team of staff from two Norfolk companies battled an inflatable obstacle course to raise £9,000 for the East Anglia Children’s Hospices (EACH) Nook Appeal.

A Norwich-based company aiming to ‘inspire people and exceed expectations’ is showing it can do just that by supporting East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

A couple who raised £4,000 for a children’s hospice appeal by opening their garden to the public this summer are hosting another fundraiser.

Three friends with a knack for craft are turning their hands to fundraising in aid of a children’s hospice charity.

Keep an eye out for the house with the balloons if you’re in Blakeney tomorrow.

A supermarket in Thorpe St Andrew is to raise money for a eating disorder charity this year.

People got the chance to find out what bus travel through Norwich was like in years gone by when one of the city’s bus companies opened up its depot for the first time.

He helped hundreds of workers and shoppers across Norfolk during his nine years as a bus conductor during the 1940s and 1950s.

An art exhibition in memory of a Norfolk artist has raised more than £1,000 for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices.

It has transported hundreds of people across the country.

A father and his two sons will be carrying out a screwball challenge to raise money for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) nook appeal.

A Norfolk chain of shops has more than doubled its fundraising target for charity.

A karting day organised by Wymondham-based fabrication company Pruce Newman has raised £4,500 towards a new children’s hospice.

It’s a busy weekend ahead for our region with everything from raft races to motorbikes, music, beer and afternoon tea. Take your pick from our top 10 selection.

Families will be able to learn the secrets behind a major Norfolk bus firm as well as donate to a children’s hospice.

Lowestoft’s first ever Colour Dash has raised over £10,000 for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

Hundreds of people turned out for the first ever Lowestoft Colour Dash on Sunday, July 9.

Nearly 450 people have signed up to take part in the first Lowestoft Colour Dash - with just a few days left until registration closes.

A Norfolk rally team is set to embark on a 1,500-mile trip across Europe in an old Mercedes as they look to raise funds for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

Former prime minister Sir John Major supported East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) nook appeal by attending a dinner to raise awareness and funds for the charity.

A 10-year-old girl whose family was supported by a charity when her little sister died has inspired her school to raise more than £1,000 for the cause.

A retired driving examiner has swapped the passenger seat for the driver’s seat to help a children’s charity.

Despite the murky weather this bank holiday Monday, it was sunny smiles all round at Eaton Park as the ground’s miniature railway went full steam ahead with its fundraising day.

Norfolk financial advisers Loveday & Partners has presented East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) with a donation for the charity’s nook appeal.

Tickets are selling fast as a new fundraising event is set to bring a splash of colour to Lowestoft.

Staff from a Norwich-based accountancy firm are gearing up for a 30-mile trek along the north Norfolk coast - in just 12 hours.

The owner of a children’s boutique has donated £400 to a hospice fundraiser after selling calendars in memory of a baby who died.

More than 500 people took part in East Anglia’s Children’s Hopsice (EACH) Colour Dash at Eaton Park, Norwich on Sunday, May 14.

More than £10,000 has been raised at a charity dinner to help fund a new children’s hospice in Norfolk.

One of Great Yarmouth’s entertainment gems has given a major funding boost to a hospice charity thanks to the generosity of its fun loving audiences.

A comedy and auction evening will be held at a Breckland hotel to raise money for charity.

A young woman from Norwich whose sister has received care from East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) is looking to thank the charity by running the London Marathon.

Audiences are loving the toe-tapping and glamorous revival of 42nd Street in London’s West End, and among the musical’s backers is a former Norwich School pupil turned international businessman. Arts correspondent Emma Knights talks to Brooke Greville, chief executive officer of investment company G Entertainment.

The pitter patter of little feet will most certainly be heard at Norfolk’s biggest baby and toddler fair later this month.

A black tie event at the Assembly House in Norwich is gathering momentum as tickets sell out.

The Duchess of Cambridge dazzled in a maroon Marchesa gown as she brought some royal glamour to the red carpet at the opening night of the musical 42nd Street in London.

The Duchess of Cambridge will add a royal touch to the red carpet at the opening night of the musical 42nd Street in London.

A lucky schoolboy from East Anglia is looking forward to meeting royalty ahead of the opening night of a classic Broadway revival.

Students from Dereham Sixth Form College are going to run the Norwich City Half Marathon to raise money for East Anglian Children’s Hospices.

A rotary club has donated £2,000 to a children’s hospice from one of its most popular events.

The £10m appeal for a new children’s hospice in Norfolk will get a major boost as The Duchess of Cambridge attends the opening night of popular musical 42nd Street in London.

A pipe and steelwork fabrication firm has joined the businesses supporting a children’s charity.

A popular miniature railway in Norwich will reopen to the public next month, with a number of charity days in the pipeline.

A Wymondham meadow is looking blooming marvellous following the planting of thousands of crocus corms.

A pair of dedicated fundraisers who drove an old mail man across the country last year have been honoured with a town council’s civic award.

Sheringham fitness instructors Garry Thompson and Emma Taylor will be putting music fans through their paces, at a Drum & Bass workout they have organised to raise funds for children with life-limiting illnesses.

Charity treks, a quiz night and an old time music hall night are just some of the events on offer to raise money for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices charity.

Teams of pancake flippers raced around a course at the Forum in Norwich to raise money for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices.

Hundreds of pounds of charity money raised in memory of a baby who died last year has been stolen from a children’s boutique in Norwich.

A well known band will perform a fundraising concert of popular music, as they appeal to all tastes at Pakefield Church later this month.

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