Diners ‘go loco’ for Moveable Feast in aid of Louise Hamilton Centre at Gorleston’s James Paget Hospital
- Credit: Maxine Taylor
Food lovers boarded a buffet car with a difference when a road train transported them to a trio of restaurants.
As in previous years peckish passengers were well catered for in the food and travel departments when they embarked on a Moveable Feast in aid of Palliative Care East, the charity behind Gorleston's Louise Hamilton Centre.
The charity staged pre-dinner drinks at the town hall's Assembly Rooms where the venues for the evening were revealed.
Diners were then taken to The Furzedown and The Imperial before ending the evening in the Pub on the Prom's Green Room.
Maxine Taylor, event organiser, said: 'It was a superb evening, and this event just gets better and better each year. I would like to thank all the guests and the hosts for their involvement.'
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She also thanked Debbie Lord and her trains.
Overall some £2,090 was raised, down on last year because there was no sponsor.
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