Biker courier service given a boost by supermarket donation
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AN emergency medical supplies courier charity has been presented with money to keep the voluntary service running.
The Asda store at Wisbech presented the SERV bikers charity with a cheque for £50.
David O’Brian, duty controller with Suffolk and Cambridgeshire SERV, said the group was formed three years ago to serve NHS hospitals throughout the two counties including Peterborough City Hospital, Papworth and Hinchingbrooke.
The team of voluntary bikers provide a medical supplies emergency courier service which includes transporting donor breast milk to support premature babies in the maternity units of hospitals in the area.
“A big thankyou to Asda for their support, without donations such as this our service could not run,” Mr O’Brian said.
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“We have more than 130 members but are always on the look out for more bikers who would like to become a SERV volunteer.”
To get in touch visit the SERV website.
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