The condition of Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital has been condemned as a 'betrayal' of both its staff and West Norfolk as a whole.
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Ministers have been urged to come to West Norfolk to see the crisis for themselves, as campaigners continued their protest programme.
Officials hope building work could start later this year, if planning permission is granted.
Low rates of sickness and unfilled positions add to positivity at the QEH.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital's boss says the return of volunteers is a boost for everyone.
Hundreds of copies of the campaign message have already been requested, organisers say.
The £625,000 facility will offer a relaxing space for patients and families.
A letter demanding action to replace a hospital that officials from several prominent organisations say is 'neither safe nor sound' has been released.
The call follows a fresh protest over the QEH's condition and revelations that it may be months before the full extent of its problems are known.
Officials say the new chief executive will take up his post this autumn.
The campaign coincides with this week's national Deaf Awareness Week.
Campaigners will gather at the hospital tomorrow and say they plan more protests to demand a new building and urgent repairs.
The indication comes after a senior civil servant admitted concerns about the state of the building.
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A new role for Louise Notley who has headed quality improvement at QEH.