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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.

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Critically-ill children in a £10m hospice will be able to enjoy nature thanks to the practical skills of a grandfather and charity fundraiser.

A cornerstone of Norwich retail has marked its 250th anniversary year by raising £50,000 for a trio of good causes - completing a three year fundraising mission.

The Duchess of Cambridge said she was “blown away” by the bravery of a family of a six-year-old boy who has been diagnosed with a brain tumour as she planted a sensory garden at a children’s hospice.

Two developments in Norfolk have been awarded top architecture awards.

An eight-year-old has completed a 26-mile staggered marathon and raised more than £1,500 for a Norfolk children’s hospice.

A Norfolk club is offering their support to the local community after receiving a share of a special coronavirus fund.

They were tough, hard-working women who were the backbone of the booming East Anglian fishing industry– these rare photographs give us a flavour of their world.

All three centres run by East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) - including one in Norfolk - have been rated as ‘outstanding’.

A children’s hospice has launched an urgent online fundraiser after losing thousands of pounds worth of donations due to the coronavirus lockdown.

Families caring for children and young people with life-threatening conditions can get practical home support thanks to an army of volunteers.

Football is known as the beautiful game but could these players paint a beautiful picture?

A florist from Dereham caught the eye of the Duchess of Cambridge as she opened a new £10m children’s hospice.

Families described meeting the Duchess of Cambridge as “a special memory they will never forget” as she officially opened a new £10 million children’s hospice in Norfolk.

The Duchess of Cambridge took the time to speak to many children and their families as she officially opened a new £10m hospice which she praised as “wonderful.”

The family of a girl with a rare genetic condition have praised a hospice charity which is celebrating a milestone event.

A new £10m children’s hospice will be officially opened today by the Duchess of Cambridge.

The Duchess of Cambridge is to officially open a new £10m children’s hospice,

It boasts a hydrotherapy pool, state of the art sensory room and music studio.

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