The Spring Fair held at the Hospice on Saturday 8th April was a huge success. The sun shone and visitors were able to enjoy the beautiful courtyard gardens. A total of £2113.90 was raised during the day (including the Spring Raffle). 

Jessica Walker, the Community Fundraiser at the Norfolk Hospice, was delighted with how many people attended. She said: 

It was our most successful event ever. Our car park was full and we had people queuing to get in.
 It was really nice as people could go outside and enjoy the weather. It gave the opportunity for new people to see the hospice and understand what we do here.

Visitors could buy items from local craft stalls, selling local art, jewellery, jams, chocolate, greeting cards and knitting.  Delicious cakes were on sale and there was also a BBQ. Children were able to take part in an Easter treasure hunt which took place in the courtyard garden. The Kings Morris entertained crowds in the gardens with Morris Dancing. 

A huge thanks to all those who volunteered on the day, the stall holders and everyone who visited.