In Aid of Parkinson’s research

Enjoy the ultimate dinning experience!

The Moveable Feast enables you to sample the delights of three different Norwich restaurants – all in one evening!

Cozens-Hardy solicitors

We have sponsored Lloyd Addison’s Moveable Feast for many years and it is always one of the highlights of the firm’s marketing activities. On one level it’s a brilliantly-conceived and fun dining event that we love to share with valued clients and business associates. On another level, it is so, so much more. The dedication displayed by Cynthia Addison, her daughter Lauren and the organising committee is second-to-none and we are proud to play our small part in helping deliver the event year-on-year. Thanks to overwhelming support from local businesses who offer raffle prizes and indeed to the huge number of local Parkinson’s volunteers on the night itself, the amount which is raised for Parkinson’s UK just keeps increasing! We hope all the feasters enjoy themselves as much as we do and look forward to many years of continued fun, food and a fantastic amount of money being raised for such a worthwhile cause.

GoWise printers

Gowise Print remain thrilled to be part of the fantastic team that continues to ensure this event thrives and expands every year. We were privileged to know Lloyd Addison and are very proud to have supported Cynthia with printed items for the wonderful Moveable Feast for many years. I can’t imagine of a more fitting tribute to the man – tremendous fun all round and raising substantial funds for such a good cause.

Adnams

 

The Forum

The Forum is delighted to support Lloyd Addison’s Moveable Feast and play a part in such a special and unique event. The Feast has grown into one of the city’s most eagerly anticipated annual food events and we can’t wait to warmly welcome feasters for the drinks reception at the start of their gastro journey around Norwich! We wish everyone involved in the event much success and here’s to another memorable Moveable Feast with lots of worthwhile funds raised for Parkinson’s UK.