Food lovers tour Norwich’s restaurants in annual moveable feast
- Credit: Archant Norfolk
Hundreds of food lovers toured Norwich's eateries for the annual Lloyd Addison Moveable Feast.
Now in its 16th year the event allows diners to sample the delights from three different city restaurants all in one night.
And yesterday hundreds of people crowded into The Forum before heading off to one of 20 restaurants taking part.
The moveable feast was founded by former Norfolk councillor and Norwich restaurateur Mr Addison in 1999 and aims to raise the profile of the city's independent restaurants.
Six years after his death, the event continues to grow every year, with diners taking part in raffles at restaurants to raise extra cash and also voting for their favourite restaurant of the year.
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Money raised from the feast is donated to charities helping people affected by Parkinson's disease. Last year's event saw more than 1,000 people take part and in 2013 diners raised a record-breaking £12,179 for Parkinson's UK.
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