The Beccles Hospital Festival returns on Saturday, June 24, on the hospital grounds from 2pm to 4pm.
The event will include booths, games, entertainment and refreshments, and will raise funds for the Hospital League of Friends and local charities related to health and welfare issues.
The festival is organized by the Rotary Club of Beccles.
Rotary President Serena Emberley said: “We are proud of the arrangements for this year’s festival arranged by Nicholas Rudge and his Rotarians committee.
“We think there’s something for everyone and we look forward to welcoming as many people as possible this year.
“We couldn’t have done it without the amazing support we’ve received from the town and the many contributors.”
This was the first hospital festival the Beccles Rotary Club was able to host in three years.
Last month the group held an annual event Beccles Cycle for Life charity ride with over 200 cyclists participating in the event.
Christine Wheeler, the mayor of Beccles, will open the festival.
Traditional favorites like Tombolas, skittles, bowls, teddy bears, games of skill and chance, second hand clothes stall and bric-a-brac will also be there.
The Sir John Leman High School Jazz Band and the June Glennie School of Dance will perform.
The Inner Wheel Club will provide tea and cakes, and an ice cream van will keep customers cool.
The raffle will feature a £100 first prize, other cash prizes, food and baby food.