Charity footgolf tournament for £10m EACH nook appeal

Norfolk County Council member Cliff Jordan on a previous visit to the building site of the new EACH

Norfolk County Council member Cliff Jordan on a previous visit to the building site of the new EACH nook hospice in Framingham Earl. He is pictured with Tracy Rennie, EACH director of care (l), and Carol Plunkett, Norfolk fundraising manager for EACH. Picture: Sonya Duncan Copyright: Archant 2018 - Credit: Sonya Duncan

Teams can put their best foot forward next month to raise money for a new children's hospice.

A charity footgolf day in aid of East Anglia's Children's Hospices' (EACH) nook appeal will be held on Norwich's Eaton Park on Friday, June 15.

It has been organised by Norwich and Attleborough-based Rogers and Norton Solicitors and starts at 2.30pm.

The nook appeal is raising £10m for a new EACH base in Framingham Earl.

Rogers and Norton organised its first 18-hole footgolf tournament for the nook appeal last year, which raised £5,000.

Graham Roberts, Rogers and Norton business development consultant, said: 'The nook appeal and EACH is a deserving cause.'


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Footgolf involves kicking a football into a golf course-style holes.

Teams of four can enter, costing £160 per team, and a raffle will be held.

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Anyone who wants to enter a team or donate raffle items should email Mr Roberts on gr@rogers-norton.co.uk by May 31.

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