Lloyd Addison's Moveable Feast

Unfortunately this event is now sold out.

If you would like to go on the waiting list, please email bcondie@parkinsons.org.uk 

Sign up fee

£50 per person

Time and date

6pm, Tuesday 17 September 2024


Norwich, Norfolk

What you need to know

  • Your ticket includes a 3-course meal and a welcome drink at The Forum drinks reception.

  • You'll visit 3 different restaurants for 3 different courses. The restaurants will be assigned to you at random and revealed ahead of the event on your ticket.
  • Please note your meal does not include drinks. These can be bought separately at the restaurants.

  • You’ll need to tell us your dietary and accessibility requirements before the event.

  • Raffle tickets will be on sale at the drinks reception and at the restaurants.

  • The evening will end at approximately 10pm.

  • All funds raised from the evening will go towards funding research at Parkinson's UK.

Sponsor this event

If you're interested in sponsoring Lloyd Addison's Moveable Feast please contact Beth Condie at bcondie@parkinsons.org.uk

Lloyd Addison's Moveable Feast Logo

The story

The Moveable Feast is a lasting legacy founded by former councillor and restaurateur Lloyd Addison who lived with Parkinson’s for nearly 20 years. Lloyd felt passionate about supporting Norwich and Norfolk’s culinary heritage whilst raising vital research funds for Parkinson’s. His aim was to raise the profile of the restaurant scene and encourage diners to eat out in the city at a quieter time of year.

And so the Moveable Feast was born.

The concept is simple. 3 courses, each eaten in a different city centre restaurant, with the restaurant selection being made for the diner. The event has become a popular fixture on the Norfolk calendar and sells out extremely quickly.

 The Moveable Feast is kindly supported by headline sponsors, Cozens-Hardy LLP and Charles Stanley, as well as additional sponsors, Gowise Print and De'Ath Hospitality.


Contact details

Get in touch with us at fundraising@parkinsons.org.uk or 0800 138 6593.