Weʼve raised £280 to raise money for the NOOK appeal
- Norwich, UK
- Funded on Friday, 2nd November 2018
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On the 16th of September 2018 Plastic Building Supplies employees and friends are embarking on a walk from Cromer to Norwich to help raise funds for EACH's Nook appeal.
The nook appeal is EACH's vision to transform children’s palliative care in Norfolk and North Suffolk and deliver even better children’s hospice care services. This includes a new purpose-built hospice in the heart of Norfolk, called the nook.
The new site will replace their current hospice in Quidenham, a building not designed or equipped in the way their other two hospices are. Given its age and design they can’t develop the building more than they already have. Accessibility and flexibility is really limited and there just isn’t the scope to expand. It’s on two floors with narrow doorways and corridors and just a single small lift to allow wheelchair access upstairs.
Quidenham has been an incredible home-from-home for many families but they already support 50% more children, young people and family members in Norfolk and North Suffolk than from their other hospices. EACH believe families in Norfolk and North Suffolk need to receive the very best services in an accessible purpose-built environment.
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Shaun Brookes started crowdfunding
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Sep 21, 2018
Well done ladies and gents 👍.
Sep 19, 2018
Well done for completing the walk. From Vicki Rates Uncle Tony
Sep 17, 2018
Sep 16, 2018
Good Luck Shaun love Nanna Pippa xxx
Sep 14, 2018
Hope it goes well!
Sep 12, 2018
Sep 9, 2018
Enjoy the walk
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