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Hospital Welcome Video
30 August 2015
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Speak Out Safely Campaign

NHS Norwich Clinical Commissioning Group and the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital have jointly signed up to the Nursing Time’s Speak Out Safely campaign.

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Bike Ride 6 September

Sign up for the NNUH 2015 Bike Ride, starting and ending at the hospital. Choose the 20, 40 or 100 mile route, following the southern section of the Tour of Britain. Part of entrance fee goes to hospital charity. For more information go to: http://www.nnuhtoursportive.co.uk/
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital Leads the way Image28 August 2015
Organ Donation Nurses cycle to raise awareness for Transplant Week
Four specialist nurses from the Organ Donation Team will be cycling the NNUH Bike Ride on 6 September to raise awareness of organ donation and to support the hospital charity.
24 August 2015
Children’s cheer at generous donation
The paediatric patients at the Jenny Lind children’s department at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital have expressed heartfelt thanks to one of its patients and her family.
19 August 2015
Ex-Army Officer goes the extra 100 miles for hospital charity
Palmer Winstanley, former Army Captain and now Assistant Director for Diagnostic and Clinical Support Services at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, has been training hard in preparation for the NNUH Bike Ride on 6th September.
What's Happening Next...
06 September 2015 
NNUH Bike Ride 2015   Other
This year's NNUH Bike Ride takes place on 6th September 2015.

07 September 2015 2pm
Bowel Cancer Support group   Other
September meeting of the Bowel Cancer Support Group.

The group meet on 4 Mondays of the year between 2-4pm in the Benjamin Gooch Hall at the NNUH.
10 September 2015 
NNUH Christmas Fayre   Other
The NNUH Christmas Fayre takes place on 10 December 2015.
02 October 2015 7pm
Cutting Loose with Friends concert   Social Event
Cutting Loose with Friends music concert 2nd October