Putting the Art into Intensive Care

The Lucky Star Restaurant is working with the Hospital Arts Project to help raise funds for the Intensive Therapy Unit (ITU) at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.

The restaurant is donating 1,000 meals in a bid to fund new decorations for the walls and ceilings in the ITU. Anyone who buys a Gold Card for £10.99 from the Hospital Arts Project will be entitled to a full buffet meal at the Lucky Star Restaurant on St. Stephens Road, Norwich, and the money raised will be used to commission original artwork.  

“The hospital environment goes a long way to helping the recovery process and we want to commission artwork that will be a focus of interest for both patients and their visitors,” explains hospital arts co-ordinator Emma Jarvis.  

 “We will be seeking the views of staff and patients to find out what works best for patients at this crucial time.”  

For more information on the fundraising campaign please contact:            

Emma Jarvis
Arts Co-ordinator
Hospital Arts Project
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital
01603 287425 or 287870
or email emma.jarvis@nnuh.nhs.uk

Tuesday 11th of January 2005 01:00:47 PM