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Normal for Norfolk’s Desmond to star at event raising funds for hospital

PUBLISHED: 12:02 29 May 2018 | UPDATED: 08:18 30 May 2018

Normal For Norfolk. Desmond MacCarthy outside Wiveton Hall. Picture: PA Photo/ BBC/Boundless/Colin Hutton.

Normal For Norfolk. Desmond MacCarthy outside Wiveton Hall. Picture: PA Photo/ BBC/Boundless/Colin Hutton.

Normal for Norfolk star Desmond MacCarthy will open Cromer Hospital’s summer fete.

Darth Vader and Stormtroopers chat as members of the Norwich Star Wars Club dress in character at the Riverside Odeon in 2012. Picture: Denise BradleyDarth Vader and Stormtroopers chat as members of the Norwich Star Wars Club dress in character at the Riverside Odeon in 2012. Picture: Denise Bradley

More attractions have been added to the event which will be held on the main hospital site, from 10am to 3pm on Saturday, June 30.

The East Anglian Star Wars Club will visit and Darth Vader will be joined by Stormtroopers.

Back by popular demand, international clown duo Razz and Auntie Pearl will be performing two shows. Razz said: “We would like to dedicate our shows in memory of Mary Northway, a great lady for helping the hospital.”

Money raised will go to the Cromer Hospital fund, part of the N&N Hospital Charity, and Cromer Community and Hospital Friends.

Last year's Cromer hospital fete: Picture: Cromer hospitalLast year's Cromer hospital fete: Picture: Cromer hospital

Normal for Normal is a BBC2 series following Mr MacCarthy as he tries to keep 17th century Wiveton Hall going.

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