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Shop for the nook and help make sure new children’s hospice is ‘home from home environment’ for families

Written by  Michael Jarvis
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Shop for the nook and help make sure new children’s hospice is ‘home from home environment’ for families

As Norfolk’s new children’s hospice starts to take shape, the charity behind the building has launched a campaign to help furnish it.

Shop for the nook encourages supporters to help fund everything from tea towels and cutlery sets to table lamps and anti-allergy duvets.

The list of items East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) would like people to help fund is 21 long, with the cheapest £3 and the most expensive £210.

Hannah Bloom, Capital Appeal Project Lead for the nook, said: “Building of the nook is coming along and when we move from our current hospice in Quidenham we’ll need to buy some additional items to make the nook a home from home environment for Norfolk families.

“There are plenty of items, especially for our new expanded family accommodation, people can help fund. In return, you’ll be able to download a certificate recognising your support or to give as a gift if you’re shopping for the nook in lieu of a Christmas or birthday present. All supporters will be invited to an open day at the nook once building is complete, hopefully in summer 2019.”

To shop for the nook, go to www.each.org.uk/shopforthenook.

Last modified on Saturday, 24 November 2018 12:12