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Hospital fete raises thousands for town’s hospital

PUBLISHED: 15:31 17 July 2019 | UPDATED: 15:40 17 July 2019

A scene from the Cromer Hospital fete in June 2019. Picture: Anita Martins

A scene from the Cromer Hospital fete in June 2019. Picture: Anita Martins

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Almost £4,000 was raised for health charities at last month’s Cromer Hospital fete.

A scene from the Cromer Hospital fete in June 2019. Picture: Anita MartinsA scene from the Cromer Hospital fete in June 2019. Picture: Anita Martins

The June 29 event included traditional games, a car boot sale, live music, a barbecue and dance performances from Live and Let's Dance and Dr Jazz.

Anita Martins, the hospital's matron, said: "We had a great day with fantastic support from the local community which has allowed us to raise over £3,800 for our charities.

"We would like to thank all the performers, donors, helpers, papers, friends, staff and volunteers without whom the day would not be possible."

The proceeds will be split between the Cromer Hospital fund of the Norwich and Norfolk Hospitals Charity and Cromer Community and Hospital Friends.

A scene from the Cromer Hospital fete in June 2019. Picture: Anita MartinsA scene from the Cromer Hospital fete in June 2019. Picture: Anita Martins

A scene from the Cromer Hospital fete in June 2019. Picture: Anita MartinsA scene from the Cromer Hospital fete in June 2019. Picture: Anita Martins

A scene from the Cromer Hospital fete in June 2019. Picture: Anita MartinsA scene from the Cromer Hospital fete in June 2019. Picture: Anita Martins

A scene from the Cromer Hospital fete in June 2019. Picture: Anita MartinsA scene from the Cromer Hospital fete in June 2019. Picture: Anita Martins

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