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Generosity of patients at Hardwicke House surgery in Sudbury results in cash boost for East Anglian Air Ambulance




Surgery patients in Sudbury have been thanked for their generosity after an emergency response charity received a cash boost from donations at flu clinics.

Staff at Hardwicke House Group Practice in Stour Street, as well as the surgery’s patient partnership group (PPG), handed over a cheque for £336 to the East Anglian Air Ambulance last week.

The money was raised through collections at the surgery during a series of flu vaccination clinics held this year.

SUDBURY: Cheque presentation.Hardwicke House Group Practice, Stour Street, Sudbury. Sylvia Norton and Sylvia Banbridge PPG present cheque to Andy Read who is collecting on behalf of EAAA, pictured with Surgery friends , doctors and staff. Picture by Mark Westley. (24047241)
SUDBURY: Cheque presentation.Hardwicke House Group Practice, Stour Street, Sudbury. Sylvia Norton and Sylvia Banbridge PPG present cheque to Andy Read who is collecting on behalf of EAAA, pictured with Surgery friends , doctors and staff. Picture by Mark Westley. (24047241)

Lesley Sheldon, from the Hardwicke House PPG, said: “We have had a lot of experience working with the air ambulance.

“We have supported it for the last 10 years, and we feel it’s a great charity to support.”

She added that the group intends to hold similar charity collections in the future.

The PPG will also hold a health awareness day in St Peter’s in Sudbury next year.


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