Rotary hands over £3500 to air ambulance


A group of members of Caterham Rotary Club visited the new Redhill operations Centre for the Kent Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance [KSSAA] and presented the charity with a cheque for £3500 which had come as a result from the summer’s Caterham Half Marathon and 10K 

At the same time, they also handed over a cheque to SERV Surrey & South London, Blood Bikes for £500 which works closely with KSSAA.

In 2019 the Half Marathon and 10k are being held on Sunday, July 21. Caterham Rotary also organise the Easter Bunny Runs (1K and 5K) which are on Sunday April 14 in Queens Park Caterham.

Photo shows pilots Roger Sheridan and Paul Sargent with paramedic Charlie Leahy along with SERV Surrey & South London Blood Bikes, John Steele and Alan Rogers, with Vice President of Caterham Rotary Club Rod Stead.

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