As our move to the nook gets closer, our new film shows why purpose-built hospice will be so important

As our move to the nook gets closer, our new film shows why purpose-built hospice will be so important

Jul 31, 2019

We have released a film highlighting just how important the nook will be for Norfolk’s most vulnerable children and their families.

The nook appeal, though, to raise £10 million for the project, currently stands at £9.2 million, meaning we still need the backing of our generous supporters to complete the fitting out process.

Delivery of care will be phased across from our existing Norfolk hospice, in Quidenham, to the nook, in Framingham Earl, and all being well a full care service will be delivered from the new hospice from the end of September.

The film just released is narrated by Jane Campbell, EACH Service Manager, who is in charge at our hospice in Quidenham and very excited to be moving to the nook.

Jane highlights how EACH has simply run out of space at ​our hospice in Quidenham. Among a host of examples she gives are that staff cannot currently offer care to any child who requires specialist intravenous feeding as a separate fridge is necessary to store their food and there is no room for it. Those children and their families currently receive care and support at home, but will be able to go to the nook.

Jane finishes the five-minute film by informing that what she has said “only scratches the surface”.

Find out more information about the nook and how you can help raise money.



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  • Renee loves going to The Treehouse, but it’s great that care staff are also able to visit us at home too. Stacy, Renee’s mum
  • I can’t imagine what it would have been like. Nobody should have to, every family should be offered the support we were, and are still getting Claire, Jacob’s mum
  • We arrived at the hospice feeling scared and alone. We had so many questions – they answered them all and more. Claire, Jacob’s mum
  • We are also supported by the 24/7 True Colours nurses and it’s so reassuring knowing we can call on them whenever we need support or advice Helen, William’s mum
  • EACH has helped us keep Stanley’s memory alive. And allows us to look to the future Brad, Stanley's Dad
  • When we first heard about the hospice we were apprehensive because we didn’t know what to expect. When we got there we realised it was a lovely place where Renee would be well looked after, and we would be able to have a much-needed break. Stacy, Renee’s mum
  • I didn’t realise hope was a gift until I became a mum. My little boy taught me many things and that was one of them Claire, Jacob’s mum
  • The play specialists are excellent and I also get inspiration from the activities they organise. Heather, Lucy’s mum
  • It’s been a great opportunity to meet other parents in a similar situation, something that doesn't really happen anywhere else. Helen, William’s mum
  • Children like Lucy don’t get the opportunity to go to sleepovers or to their friends for tea, so the interaction she has at the hospice is priceless. Heather, Lucy’s mum
  • I really love going to the hospice. I’ve made friends there and get to do loads of fun stuff. Renee
  • EACH helps us to create lovely memories and has played an important part in all of our lives, not just Lucy’s. Heather, Lucy’s mum
  • EACH supports families when they’re at their absolute lowest, helping them to come to terms with their child’s illness, losing them and beyond Brad, Stanley's Dad
  • EACH helped us with coping mechanisms and special ways of remembering Stanley. Brad, Stanley's Dad

The Treehouse

St. Augustine’s Gardens,
Ipswich, IP3 8NS

Milton

Church Lane, Milton,
Cambridge, CB24 6AB

The Nook

Pigot Lane, Framingham Earl
Norfolk, NR14 7PX