Alpacas and Santa? Could only be one thing – Christmas!
Father Christmas, along with an exciting addition of Alpacas will be paying a visit to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) on Thursday 12th December when they make a guest appearance at the NNUH Christmas Fayre.
Visitors will be able to browse a variety of stalls in the East Atrium at the NNUH and purchase anything from books, toys and gifts, to clothes and jewellery. There will be plenty of yummy food to buy including homemade cakes by Trust Treats and beer by Wolf Brewery.
Entertainment will be provided by live Christmas singing from Garrick Green Primary School Singers, The CC Choir, the NNUH choir and a performance of bell ringing by the Hornington Bell ringers and a firework display.
Louise Cook, Fundraising Manager at the NNUH said: “Our annual Christmas Fayre is a firm favourite for festive activities and its never too early to think about Christmas, there is something for all age groups and a chance to look for something different as a gift for families and friends and help the hospital raise funds at the same time.”
The event will be raising money for the NNUH Targeted Radiotherapy Appeal and runs from 4pm to 8pm. There is free entry to the event and free parking on site.
So come and celebrate Christmas with us!