Hospital fundraisers shortlisted for reward recognising their work

General View of the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital at Colney. Picture: James Bass

General View of the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital at Colney. Picture: James Bass - Credit: Eastern Daily Press � 2008

The efforts of hospital fundraisers will be recognised in a special ceremony at the annual general meeting of the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (NNUH).

This year's AGM will also have a focus on the NNUH cancer strategy covering the next five years, as well as an update on Cromer Hospital, and a review of performance over the previous year.

This is the second year that the Inspirational Fundraising Awards have been held and this year 17 individual and company fundraisers have been shortlisted.

John Fry, chairman of NNUH, said: 'Our hospital charity is supported by staff, patients and the wider community.

'The awards recognise and honour just some of the amazing people who have helped the charity.'

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Louise Cook, fundraising manager, added: 'We are very fortunate to have such a committed and talented group of people supporting us and enhancing the service we can provide to patients across Norfolk and Waveney.

'We wish we could recognise everyone who helps the hospital charity.'

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The following people and companies have been shortlisted for an award and invited to attend the AGM:

• Young Fundraiser of the Year 2017: Perry Cooke, and Georgia Stallard.

• Inspirational Fundraiser of the Year 2017: Philip and Christine Greenacre, Andrew McCullough, Veronica Rose, and Mike Wallace.

• Inspirational Fundraising Team of the Year 2017: Julie Sapey (B&B Ball), Norwich High School, Onesie Walk, and the White Horse Pub in Cromer.

• Inspirational Fundraising Company of the Year 2017: Brandbank, Grant Thornton, and Marks and Spencer at Longwater, Norwich.

• Inspirational NNUH Staff Fundraiser of the Year 2017: Cromer Hospital Crest Cycle, Head and Neck Cancer Team for HANC, Hilary Turnbull, consultant in gynaecology oncology, and Waldemar Bartosik, consultant in thoracic surgery.

The AGM will be held in the hospitals's Benjamin Gooch Lecture Theatre Level 1, East Atrium, from 4.30pm on Monday, September 25.

• For more information about fundraising for NNUH, email

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