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King's Lynn Hospital's League of Friends

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Registered charity number. 207408

The League of Friends of the King's Lynn Area Hospitals was registered as a charity in 1953. In that time the willing band of volunteers, who staff the hospital shop and carry out other fundraising activities, have raised millions of pounds which has been spent on essential equipment for the hospital.

Valuable equipment

King's Lynn Hospital's League of Friends officially handover a new Emergency Blood car to SERV Norfolk. Front left to right - Borough Mayor Geoffrey Wareham, Craig Darwin (Adrian Flux). Acting SERV Norfolk chairman David Parish and League of Friends President, Lady CokeThe equipment provided by the League of Friends can be valuable in financial terms but also in life changing terms. During the last financial year the League paid for a staggering 227,000 worth of equipment, this included:

  • 30 Volumetric Pumps (85,050)
  • A portable X-ray machine (29,325)
  • Bladder Scanner (12,642)
  • Vauxhall Astra for transport of bloods etc (7,780)

We are extremely grateful for the continued support of the League and the hard work of all of their volunteers.

Find out more

If you would like to contact the League of Friends directly you can visit their shop in our foyer or email their Chairman, Tom Greenacre at  or alternatively their Secretary, Carol Crake at

For more fundraising ideas visit our fundraising pages.




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