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Who we are

The N&N Hospitals Charity raises money to support patients, their families and our staff at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, which includes the N&N Hospital, Jenny Lind Children’s Hospital and Cromer Hospital.

We are committed to ensuring that every pound you raise is invested in our Trust to help provide life-saving and ground-breaking equipment, staff development, research, and enhanced environment and facilities at the Trust.

How can you help?

There are endless ways you can support whichever cause is closest to your heart. Whether that be cancer, childhood illness, stroke, neonatal or dementia, you can be sure your donation will be used to help patients in your chosen area.


There are many events both organised by the charity or to benefit us taking place throughout the year, including our summer fete, charity bike ride and RunNorwich 10k, non-uniform days, cake bakes and parachute jumps. So please join us and pedal, run, jump, dance and eat your way to raising money for your local hospital charity.

Latest news

Family raises £55,000 in baby Harrison’s memory

A Norwich couple who started fundraising in memory of their baby son have raised more than £55,000 to help other families. Claire and Simon Nicholl, from Eaton, suffered heartbreak when their son Harrison Alexander Nicholl died four days after being

Mobile cancer unit celebrates first anniversary

A service that has brought cancer care closer to people’s homes is celebrating its first anniversary next month. The Mobile Cancer Care Unit (MCCU) hit the roads of Norfolk and Waveney last year, thanks to an innovative partnership between the

Historic yacht makes fundraising journey

A motor yacht used in 1940 to rescue British soldiers at Dunkirk is preparing to set off on a new mission to raise money for two charities. The yacht Estrallita is owned by Tony Billson, from Diss, who spent five

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