Men across West Norfolk will be a cut above the rest by supporting trainee hairdressers raise money for elderly patients at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
A VIP visit to the Red Arrows and a BMW track day are among the lots on offer at a dinner and dance which will be raising money for The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
A group of runners from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital are GEAR-ing up to raise money for elderly patients.
Coronary Heart Disease is one of the country’s major causes of death and a free healthcare event will be offering advice on how to prevent this condition.
A man who spent weeks recovering in The Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s Critical Care Unit after a heart attack has thanked the people who helped him to get back on his feet.
The hard work put in by two dedicated supporters of The Queen Elizabeth Hospital and an Occupational Therapist has been recognised during a prestigious award ceremony.
Diabetics in West Norfolk are being given fresh advice on how to treat their condition following a reduction of sugar in soft drinks.
A Welney family has donated more than £2,070 to The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in memory of a well-known farmer.
Visitors to The Queen Elizabeth Hospital are asked to not put their loved one’s health at risk by visiting after experiencing symptoms of Norovirus.
The family of a popular man from Elm has donated more than a thousand pounds to thank doctors and nurses at two hospitals.
Lighting surveyor Mark Hagerty, 58, had been treated at The Queen Elizabeth and North Cambs Hospitals before losing his battle to cancer in November last year.
His wife Patricia and their sons Ben and Mitchell have raised £1,140 to be divided between the two hospital’s cancer centres after receiving donations at Mr Hagerty’s funeral service.
Mrs Hagerty has also presented the hospital with a copy of The Wave, a poem written by her husband more than 20 years ago.
She said: “Mark was inspired to write this poem when he was surfing and it was published in a book.
“I wanted to donate a copy of the poem to both hospitals as Mark was treated at both and the staff were lovely to him.
“I am going to raise even more money by completing Race for Life and the Colour Run.”
Mrs Hagerty, who runs with her Pointers Roxy and Dotty, has presented a copy of the poem to nurse Verity Connolly, who supported Mr and Mrs Hagerty during the 18-month battle.
Patricia Hagerty is pictured presenting a poem to nurse Verity Connolly