‘Best medicine in the world!’ Clown doctors visit Ipswich Hospital for Children in Need
PUBLISHED: 12:42 13 November 2019 | UPDATED: 12:42 13 November 2019
Clown doctors Fidget, Misschief, Curley, Buffle and Daydream visited children all across Suffolk this week spreading giggles, guffaws and squeals.
One parent was overwhelmed by the joy it brought them and simply said: "Best medicine in the world, thank you."
The Clown Round project by Suffolk Artlink visits Ipswich Hospital, as well as the EACH Treehouse Hospice.
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The doctors perform clown routines, tell stories, play music, do magic, use their circus skills and improvisation tools.
Alex Casey, Suffolk Artlink co-director, said: "The project continues to grow, and as the campaign night approaches this year, our Clown Doctors are supporting and empowering more young patients than ever before.
"With their help, the project continues to grow, and as the campaign night approaches this year, our Clown Doctors are supporting and empowering more young patients than ever before."
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