Food lovers will love this night out in Great Yarmouth in aid of a good cause

Food lovers board a buffet car with a difference to enjoy Palliative Care East's annual Moveable Feast. Photo: Maxine Taylor

Food lovers board a buffet car with a difference to enjoy Palliative Care East's annual Moveable Feast. Photo: Maxine Taylor

Maxine Taylor

It is a night of enjoying good food around Great Yarmouth that will raise funds for a palliative care centre.

The annual Moveable Feast event in aid of the Louise Hamilton Centre will be taking place on the night of Tuesday, June 19.

The event starts at Great Yarmouth Town Hall at 6.30pm where the locations of the five eateries for the night will be revealed.

The night concludes at the Royal Assembly Rooms in Albert Square where there will be entertainment and a raffle.

Tickets are £35 each and the last date for booking is Saturday, May 19. The price includes pre-dinner drinks and a three course meal with tea/coffee.

To book contact Maxine Taylor or Helen Rowe on 01493 453348 or email or

The Louise Hamilton Centre is based in the grounds of the James Paget University Hospital with funds raised for it by the Palliative Care East appeal.

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