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Opened in 1991, the Children's Hospice is in the pleasant grounds of a former Carmelite monastery in the village of Quidenham in Norfolk.

A former coach house, the hospice has been converted to provide a brightly coloured, home- from-home environment.

It offers respite care and support to children who have life- threatening or life-limiting conditions and their families.

The facilities at Quidenham include family accommodation, a sensory room and garden, a schoolroom and specially adapted outside play areas.


The unit is now part of East Anglia's Children's Hospices.

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