P&P editor and her sister raise more than £900 for SERV Norfolk

Sarah and Melanie Attlesey with a SERV motorbike

P&P editor Melanie Attlesey and her sister Sarah completed the Run Norwich 10k on Sunday, August 6 raising more than £900 for SERV Norfolk.

SERV Norfolk is a charity run by volunteers that transports blood, plasma, platelets, samples, vaccines, factor VIII, donor breast milk and any other urgently required medical items to hospitals – at night, daytime weekends and bank holidays all on motorbikes. This service is provided completely free of charge, allowing the NHS to divert funds where they are needed most.

It costs thousands of pounds each month to keep the charity’s fleet of motorbikes on the road and as SERV survives solely on donations, every little helps.

Melanie said: “Our dad Robin has volunteered for this charity for the last five years, so my sister and I were only more than happy to run 10k to help raise some vital funds. We are over the moon with how much we have raised and would like to thank all of our sponsors.”

If you would like to donate please visit www.justgiving.co.uk/MelanieSERV

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