Events

To celebrate our 250th anniversary, we’ll be holding special events throughout the year to recognise the hospital’s history over quarter of a millennium:

Norfolk Cycle Challenge

Whether you are a beginner or a more experienced cyclist, we would like you to get on your bike to fundraise and/or donate in multiples of £25 to represent the 250 years of charitable donations that has benefited our NHS hospital.

Among the challenges are to cycle to and around as many of Norfolk’s villages and towns, cycle 2.5, 25 or 250 miles for 250 years and many more options tailored to your own specific requirements and timelines.

The aim is to have fun fundraising and to go out and visit the amazing landmarks around our beautiful county. To find out more and download your pack, email in to fundraising@nnuh@nhs.uk or visit the charity website.

Cathedral event – Sunday 25 September, 3 to 5pm

This event has been postponed and we will advertise the new date as soon as it can be arranged.

Special service to celebrate the 250th anniversary and remember those who have served our community.

If you would like more information or can help with any of these events, please email communications@nnuh.nhs.uk

Abseil for charity – Saturday 1 October

We are on the lookout for thrill seekers who would like to take on an abseil challenge while supporting the N&N Hospitals Charity. The challenge on Saturday October 1, starts 40ft up on the fourth floor of the East Atrium where qualified events team leader Dave Talbot, from Adventure Events, will provide full training and support on the day.  For more information and to take part, visit the charity website.

AGM – Wednesday 5 October – 2pm to 5pm

This year’s AGM will give the public a chance to meet our staff in a marketplace-style event, with a focus on patient experience.  There will also be the Charity Champion Awards, presentations from clinical teams and a review of our performance through the year.

Join us at our Annual General Meeting onsite at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital from 4-6pm on Wednesday 5 October.

There’ll be fascinating presentations from our Robotic-Assisted Surgery and Maternity Department teams showing how we’re innovating and improving patient care.

You can drop in for tea and cake at the event’s pop-up café and tour the marketplace of exhibition stands about our services and meet our staff.

For more information email communications@nnuh.nhs.uk