This year marks 150 years of Cromer Hospital and to highlight this milestone, the hospital will be holding an anniversary fete on Saturday 24th June.
The event will host a day full of fun activities for all the family to enjoy on the main hospital site from 10am-3pm. The fete is free and is a chance for visitors to help celebrate 150 years of the hospital providing excellent patient care to the people of north Norfolk and further afield.
The day will be officially opened by BBC Radio Norfolk’s Chrissie Jackson and people will be able to enjoy a variety of activities and entertainment including a carousel, a performance by Marlene’s School of Dance, Razz the Clown, the ‘Great Cromer Bake Off’ competition, a raffle, a car boot sale, a barbecue, face painting, an interactive medieval display and much more!
Anita Martins, Matron at Cromer Hospital said: “There will be something for everyone at our anniversary fete and it will be the perfect way to celebrate 150 years of the hospital. Cromer Hospital is so special for many people in the community and we hope to see as many people as possible on the day!”
Mark Davies, NNUH Chief Executive said: “We are absolutely thrilled to be able to celebrate 150 years of Cromer Hospital. It provides excellent services and patient care to the people of north Norfolk and beyond and I’d like to wish the hospital a very happy anniversary!”
For further details of the ‘Great Cromer Bake Off’ or to book a car boot place please contact Alex Hannah on 01603 646266.