The Big C Norfolk Show Ball Set to Raise Vital Funds for New Norwich Centre

 

The countdown has begun to one of the county’s most anticipated annual events; the Norfolk Show Ball which takes place on June 22nd and is this year hosted by Norfolk cancer charity, Big C.
The event will raise vital funds towards a new Big C Support and Information centre which will be located in central Norwich and provide support those in our community affected by cancer. The new facility will complement the charity’s three existing Big C centres at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, Great Yarmouth, King’s Lynn and the Gorleston hub at the Louise Hamilton centre.
On the evening of the ball, the Norfolk Showground will be transformed into a nightspot of the glamourous and decadent 1920s jazz age, as the Big C team transports guests back to the opulent ‘Roaring Twenties’ for an evening to remember.
Norfolk businesses have demonstrated their generosity in supporting the event. Norfolk financial planners, Loveday & Partners are headline sponsors for the ball, with medical device manufacturer, Bespak, on-board as gold sponsors. Grateful thanks also go to Interprint, Sonkai, EDP, TCT Security Services, Hoseasons, Solar Signs and Graphics, Heat Norfolk, Richardsons Kubota, Softley Events, Production Bureau and to the many Norfolk businesses and individuals that have donated prizes and items to support the evening.

Mark Loveday, Director said, “We are absolutely thrilled to partner local cancer charity Big C which provides an invaluable service to those affected by cancer across the region. Very few families in our community are untouched by this dreadful disease and we are delighted to support Big C in all they do to provide families with support and care at vital times.”

Dr Chris Bushby, Chief Executive at Big C says, “We never cease to be amazed by the generosity of our local corporate supporters and we are extremely grateful to Loveday & Partners, Bespak and our other sponsors for joining forces with us to help stage this year’s Norfolk Show Ball and the many other local businesses that are supporting the event. Because of them, we’ll be able to raise even more funds for a cause that sadly many of us can closely relate to. Big C is a local charity and every penny we raise benefits those in our community affected by cancer. It promises to be a great night.”

To learn more about the work Big C does to improve the lives of those affected by cancer in Norfolk and Waveney, please visit www.big-c.co.uk

 

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