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Norwich restaurants raise record-breaking £18,900 for charity

PUBLISHED: 17:18 22 November 2016 | UPDATED: 17:18 22 November 2016

Moveable Feasters: (from left) Becky Redbond, regional fundraiser - Eastern England, Parkinson's UK; Anna Farquharson, Cozens-Hardy solicitors; Philippa Rudd, Cozens-Hardy solicitors; Nick De'Ath, organising committee; Nick Mills, organising committee; Nick Gorvin, GoWise Print; Anthony Munro, Head Chef and Proprietor, the Coach & Horses.

Moveable Feasters: (from left) Becky Redbond, regional fundraiser - Eastern England, Parkinson's UK; Anna Farquharson, Cozens-Hardy solicitors; Philippa Rudd, Cozens-Hardy solicitors; Nick De'Ath, organising committee; Nick Mills, organising committee; Nick Gorvin, GoWise Print; Anthony Munro, Head Chef and Proprietor, the Coach & Horses.

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Hundreds of diners attended Lloyd Addison’s Moveable Feast.

Organisers of Lloyd Addison’s Moveable Feast, supported by Cozens-Hardy solicitors, have confirmed that £18,900 was raised by the event that took place on one night in September.

More than 1,100 people took part this year in some of the city’s best-known restaurants, raising money for Parkinson’s UK. New to the eatery line-up this year was The Coach & Horses on Bethel Street, which went on to claim the title of Winning Restaurant.

The Moveable Feast was founded as a non-profit making event, with any proceeds going to charity, in 1999 by the late Norwich restaurateur and Parkinson’s disease sufferer, Lloyd Addison.

Next year’s event, again sponsored by Cozens-Hardy solicitors, will take place on Tuesday, September 19.

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