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Plan for 26m hospital on display

Cromer hospital
The hospital cared for Sagle Bernstein's sister

Plans for a new 26m hospital in Norfolk are to go on public display as a consultation process begins.

The new hospital in Cromer will replace the one in Mill Road which opened in 1932, with services such as out-patients and minor injuries care.

The consultation on 23 October will be in Garden Street community centre.

Representatives from Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital Trust, the designers and the builders will be on hand to explain the plans.

The board of the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital Trust has allocated 12m to invest in the hospital.

A further 14m will come from legacies, such as the 11.4m left by local resident Sagle Bernstein.

Mrs Bernstein left the money to the hospital in 2001 as thanks for the care her sister received at Cromer Hospital.

The value of the legacy, which is held on deposit, currently stands at 13.3m.




SEE ALSO
New 26m hospital plans approved
29 Jul 08 |  Norfolk
Work starts on new 12m hospital
05 Feb 08 |  Norfolk
Contractor for new 12m hospital
23 Oct 07 |  Norfolk
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28 Apr 07 |  Norfolk
Talks over 12m hospital legacy
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