How we take care of, treat and support some of our most vulnerable people, as well as their families, is a measure of us as a society.
That’s why I was delighted to be asked back to see “The Nook”, East Anglia Children’s Hospice’s incredible, state-of-the-art facility just outside of Norwich, this past Friday.
Fully completed and operational with facilities including a music room, sensory light room, physiotherapy pool and more, the Nook is run by wonderful staff dedicated to providing one to one care to those children that so desperately needed – while also supporting their families through very tough times.
Having had the privilege to visit the site when building commenced back in 2019, I relished the chance to now see The Nook in all its glory, meeting staff and seeing the vital work they do each and every day.
It’s a much valued, highly respected organisation here in the heart of Norfolk, and we are so lucky to have it on our doorstep, making a real difference to those that need it.
To find out more about their wonderful work, please click here.