Music, clog dancing and the Tardis set to feature at N&N annual fundraising fete

Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital open day and fete. Human fruit machine, left to right Chelse

Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital open day and fete. Human fruit machine, left to right Chelsea Garrett, Kerry Radley and Katie Martin.Photo: Steve Adams

Live music, clog dancing and a visit from Doctor Who's Tardis will be some of the highlights of the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital's fete later this month.

The annual fete will take place from 11am to 4.30pm on Saturday June 21 in aid of the NHS trust's Targeted Radiotherapy Appeal to treat more cancer patients at the Colney hospital.

Visitors will have the chance to take part in a range of activities from having their antiques valued by local auctioneers Durrants, to taking their children to explore the Tardis. There will be live music by local skiffle band The Misfit Collective, clog dancing by Fiddlesticks and an air display over the hospital by a Mustang plane.

There will also be a farmers market with stalls from across the county and traditional games such as splat the rat, a coconut shy, bowl for a pig, and stalls for homemade cakes, second hand books, a raffle and face painting.

Both entrance and car parking is free for the main hospital car parks.


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