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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.

Latest Nook Appeal News

A young builder inspired by the generosity of "graffilthy" artist Ruddy Muddy has launched a campaign to help the Wicklewood father continue his work.

A final rallying call has been issued for those looking to take to the water with the return of the East Anglian Dragon Boat Festival later this month.

Visitors to the annual East Anglian Dragon Boat Festival will be offered the chance to be screened in a bid to prevent heart attacks and strokes.

A visionary executive at East Anglian Children's Hospices (EACH) has announced his retirement after more than a decade helping children and families.

Two Norfolk teenagers are hoping to give Simon Cowell a run for his money with a filmed talent show series for charity.

A new charity shop will be opening in Thetford town centre.

A Norwich department store has donated £10,000 to a local cancer charity to help fund its new support centre in the city.

As unusual hobbies go, it may not be as bizarre as extreme ironing or stone skipping, but making cork boards out of old wine bottle corks, has proved a lucrative business for one Norfolk man.

A charity event promises to light up the Broads and raise money for East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH) Nook appeal.

The eagerly anticipated East Anglian Dragon Boat Festival is set to return to the water this summer, with charities set to receive vital funding boosts.

Norwich was bubbling with excitement on Saturday morning as a popular fun run returned to the city.

Norfolk's newest charity shop is about to open in a former bank branch.

Music lovers helped to raise £9,000 for a new children's hospice at this year's North Walsham Live Aid event.

A children's hospice has put out a plea to the public to support its work by attending a glitzy annual event.

It's previously focused more on beer, but gin and rum will do just as well, if the numbers attending a Mid Norfolk festival are anything to go by.

More than 500 Explorers, Scouts, Cubs and Beavers from all over north Norfolk took part in a St George's Day parade along the clifftops from West Runton to Beeston Hall School, for an open-air service attended by the High Sheriff of Norfolk, Clare, the Lady Agnew of Oulton.

Hundreds of people are expected to take to an annual festival in Dereham which is supporting a children's charity appeal.

A Pink Floyd tribute guitar was the star lot of a charity auction at this year's North Walsham Live Aid.

A Wymondham company that helped build the roof of Norfolk's new children's hospice has been so inspired it is now also set to cover some of the fundraising too.

It's a daredevil feat that council chairmen might not be expected to take part in.

A huge donation will be used to build facilities at a new children's hospice.

A bass guitar signed by Pink Floyd's drummer is set to among the highlights of a memorabilia auction at an upcoming charity gig.

An East Anglian children's hospice charity is planning to open a new shop in a Grade II listed former north Norfolk bank building.

Her name is synonymous with high quality end of life care and there is scarcely a family in Norfolk who has not been touched by the service she dedicated herself to.

While Aiden Lowe's life was cut tragically short his legacy continues to grow and help support the community he loved.

Tornado jets are set to take off from RAF Marham next week as part of a finale flypast tour.

With building work almost complete on the new children's hospice for Norfolk staff have spoken of how it will transform their work ahead of a colourful fundraising celebration.

A north Norfolk solicitors has given East Anglia's Children's Hospices' (EACH) nook appeal a boost of £5,411.25.

From a colour run to bubble rush, there are plenty of fun events taking place across Norfolk and Suffolk for all abilities in 2019.

The nook appeal has received a £7,000 boost thanks to former BBC Beijing bureau chief and novelist Humphrey Hawksley.

A Norfolk family adventure park has presented more than £5,000 to a local children's charity.

Children with life-threatening conditions have enjoyed a special Christmas party organised by the charity that offers them care and support.

The last Christmas at East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH) in Quidenham has kicked off with a visit from some of Norwich City's star footballers.

Families with children facing illness and charity workers have had the first glimpse at a new £10m hospice near Norwich.

We know Father Christmas is super busy at this time of year, but thanks to the magic of Christmas he's still managing to be in several places at once in Norfolk.

A children's charity Christmas event will hear heartfelt messages from its supporters and volunteers.

Golfers who took part in an annual charity tournament have hit a hole in one with their fundraising success.

A Norfolk pub has raised £1,700 for the East Anglia's Children's Hospices' nook appeal.

For most of the year Neil Potter's Bradwell home is packed to the rafters with Halloween props and creations.

A group of seven friends smashed their 'six peaks challenge' and raised more than £3,000 for the nook appeal.

Two Norfolk MPs have visited the site of the county's new children's hospice.

The county's biggest B2B show attracted more than 100 firms keen to underline the strength of Norfolk's business community.

East Anglia Children's Hospices' (EACH) nook appeal has received a boost of £3,310.45, thanks to Cawston Triples League and Reepham Nomads Bowling Club.

Colleagues and friends walked from Cromer pier to Norwich to raise £1,200 for East Anglia's Children's Hospices' (EACH) nook appeal.

Three Norfolk friends who have taken part in a charity bike ride from Land's End to John O' Groats have donated £2,145 to East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH).

A charity set up to honour the legacy of a popular sportsman has told of its positive impact on the community, one year on from his death.

An ongoing campaign to build a new Norfolk children's hospice has so far raised over £8 million.

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