VIDEO: New film shows why purpose-built hospice will be so important

East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) has released a film highlighting just how important the nook will be for Norfolk’s most vulnerable children and their families.

Members of the EACH team have recently met with construction staff seeing that work on the exterior is complete and the inside progressing well.

The nook appeal, though, to raise £10 million for the project, currently stands at £9.2 million, meaning EACH still needs the backing of its generous supporters to complete the fitting out process.

Delivery of care will be phased across from the charity’s existing Norfolk hospice, in Quidenham, to the nook, in Framingham Earl, and all being well a full care service will be delivered from the new hospice from the end of September.

The film just released is narrated by Jane Campbell, EACH Service Manager, who is in charge at the Quidenham hospice and very excited to be moving to the nook.

EACH currently cares for 139 children and young people in Norfolk and supports 166 of their family members. Many more families will eventually benefit from its service as a result of improved accessibility.

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