Local chef Richard Hughes will be ready to answer everyone’s cookery questions at 4pm on Thursday 7th December at the Christmas Fayre held in the east atrium at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.
He will be followed at 4.30pm by live singing by 14 year-old Perry Cooke who competed in ITV’S reality singing competition The Voice (Kids) earlier this year and has previously raised money for the hospital charity.
The event runs until 8pm with the alpacas making an appearance outdoors and Father Christmas will be in his grotto giving gifts to children.
Visitors to the fayre will also be able to browse a variety of stalls and purchase books, toys, gifts, clothes and jewellery. There will be plenty of seasonal food to buy including homemade cakes.
Louise Cook, Fundraising Manager at the NNUH said: “There will be something for all age groups and a chance to look for something different as a gift for families and friends, while helping the hospital raise funds at the same time.”
The event will be raising money for the hospital charity. There is free entry to the event and free parking to visitors on the main hospital site.