The Circus is coming to town for NNUH!

The circus is coming to town for some lucky Jenny Lind patients from the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.

Circus Star will bring fun and laughter for some lucky patients as they have generously donated two performances on 17th January to children and families who have been, or are being, treated on the Children’s ward at the NNUH.

Louise Cook, Fundraising Manager said, ‘It is lovely that Circus Star have decided to support our hospital patients in this way. Our families should have a magical time at the circus! Thank you to Circus Star and the businesses which made this possible’.

The magical ‘raise the roof’ show will be performed by Circus Star at Hellesdon High School and boasts outstandingly talented performers from across the globe displaying some of the world’s greatest circus skills (from illusion and magic to juggling, spinning and balancing).

Emma Dolman, Matron of Children Services said; “It’s not always fun to stay in hospital but the entertainment will provide great joy to the patients on Jenny Lind and provide them with a truly unforgettable and enjoyable time.”

Notes to editors

Circus Starr is a Community Interest Company (CIC) that supports disabled underprivileged and vulnerable children across the UK through a 75 venue tour held three times a year. A Social Enterprise with children at its heart, each year it donates over £1.37m worth of free tickets to local children’s charities and support groups.

Wednesday 14th of January 2015 03:00:09 PM