Events

To celebrate our 250th anniversary, we will be holding special events throughout the year to recognise the hospital’s quarter of a century history. Here are some of the events we will be holding during:

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: fundraising@nnuh@nhs.uk or www.nnhospitalscharity.org.uk/support-us/event-listings/

N&N Festival – two music events

Two music events are being held by the N&N Festival in association with the N&N Hospitals Charity.

The first N&N Festival music event is a children’s concert “Billie and the Beast” being held on Friday 20 May, 4pm, at Blackfriars’ Hall, Norwich. The second event is “Fairytales and Nightingales”, based on the life of Swedish Nightingale Jenny Lind, which is being held at St Andrew Hall on Monday 23 May 2022. For more information, go to: https://nnfestival.org.uk/

Foundation Day (open day and fete) – Saturday 11 June, 11am to 3pm

A focus on our history with a display in the East Atrium with clinical teams taking part in other parts of the hospital and fete stalls in the plaza.

Bishop’s Garden Open Day – Sunday 31 July, 1 to 4pm

A chance to see the Bishop’s Garden in Norwich and support the N&N Hospital’s Charity.

Heritage event at Forum – Thursday 8 September 

We are working with The Forum to showcase our history and demonstrate how modern healthcare benefits the local population.

Cathedral event – Sunday 25 September, 3 to 5pm

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 get in touch at:  communications@nnuh.nhs.uk

AGM – Wednesday 5 October