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Charity ball to be held to raise money for hospital Critical Care Complex

PUBLISHED: 15:28 06 February 2018 | UPDATED: 15:45 06 February 2018

Vincent Coomber has organised the event with funds going to the Critical Care Complex at NNUH. Photo: Vincent Coomber

Vincent Coomber has organised the event with funds going to the Critical Care Complex at NNUH. Photo: Vincent Coomber

Vincent Coomber

A charity ball is being held to support the critical care complex at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH).

The event will be held at Sprowston Manor Marriotts Hotel on Saturday June 9. Tickets are priced at £35.

Organiser Vincent Coomber said: “A golf acquaintance of mine told me who two years ago he had suffered a severe aneurysm while in Cromer and he was rushed to NNUH. If it hasn’t been for the skill of the hospital, he wouldn’t be here and so I thought we had to do something to say thank you.”

The complex cares for patients with potentially life-threatening conditions, with specialist equipment and constant monitoring from skilled staff.

NNUH fundraising manager Louise Cook said: “We want to thank Vince for organising the event and everyone who is helping to make it happen and supporting it.”

■ For tickets email vincent.coomber@btinternet.com


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