Car Show Success

The Norfolk Hospice hosted its first ever Car Show & Family Fun Day on Sunday (2nd September) at The Royal Sandringham Estate near the Visitors Centre.  It was a brilliant day and well attended with over 3000 attendees. Nearly £10,000 was raised from the event for the Hospice.Read more

Fundraising Ball Back at Historic Abbey

A second Winter Ball is being organised by The Norfolk Hospice after an inaugural event in 2017 raised over £12,000. Taking place at Pentney Abbey on Saturday 10th November, this year’s event will transform the stunning abbey into an Alpine Ski Lodge.Read more

Join the Hospice at The Kite Festival!

For over 20 years the Kite and Classic Car Festival has been attracting thousands of visitors raising the vital funds for local good causes.Read more

Tick yes success for Hospice

It has now been a little over two months since data protection laws across Europe were updated and the General Data Protection Regulations came into effect. This substantial change to the law had a huge impact in almost all businesses and charities.Read more

Veteran Tigers put their boots back on for Hospice

The Norfolk Hospice was the grateful beneficiary of an annual veteran’s football tournament held in Terrington St Clements on 24th June.Read more

Family Fun and Cars Galore at Sandringham

The Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House is inviting the public their first ever Car Show & Family Fun Day taking place on Sunday 2nd September from 10am-6pm at Sandringham near the Visitors Centre (PE36 6EH).Read more

Golfers tee off for Hospice.

On Friday 13th July 22 teams of golfers, played the award-winning 18 hole course at King’s Lynn Golf Club and helped raise over £9,200 for The Norfolk Hospice. The teams included local businesses, Hospice supporters and individual golfers who were keen for a fun competition.Read more

Going the distance for local hospice.

Walking around 20 miles a day, for six days is a mammoth challenge regardless of the weather, but when Ray Stevens, a 71-year-old man from Middleton, started planning his challenge, he did not anticipate walking in the recent heatwave conditions. This did not deter him from completing his walk from his home across the county all the way to Mundesley and then back along the beautiful Norfolk coast.Read more

The Norfolk Hospice Ladies day

The Norfolk Hospice, held a Ladies day on Thursday 28th June 2018 at King’s Lynn Town Hall, hosting 120 Ladies for afternoon tea, fashion show and live music. Alongside this was a selection of stalls, ranging from cards and décor to jewellery and beauty.Read more

Lanterns light the way for local hospice

On Friday, 8th June, 150 hospice supporters came together to walk in memory of loved ones that they have lost during The Norfolk Hospice’s very first Lantern Walk. The 3km walk, was held at The Walks, Kings Lynn started at dusk and walkers were given a lantern to light the way along the route, in celebration of the life of the person or people they were remembering.Read more