Great Yarmouth & Waveney
Cardiac Support Group
Reg`d Charity 1001132
Affiliated with British Heart Foundation
Mary Stamp Chairman
Earlier this year, the committee received a request for a defibrillator for the Kirkley and Pakefield football club which is situated in Walmer Road Lowestoft. The defibrillator is now in place on the outside wall of the club house and readily available, if needed, to all club house users ranging from toddlers to the over 60's walking football group! It is also a useful piece of equipment for the local community as a public footpath runs past the club house. Many thanks to all members for your unfailing support in all we aim to do.
11th August 2017
Mary Colin & Pam
St Luke church Beccles with defibrillator.
10th October 2017
Gorleston cost watch with Defibrillator
A G M
Mary, Colin, Peter, & Gillian
Present Latest Defibrillator to Ellough airfield
The latest presentation
Defibrillator to Beccles Guide / Scout Hall
Blood Bike Presentation
14th August 2018
e-mail from SERV to HeartCare
Hi Mary and All at Waveney Heart Care CSG,
Sorry for the tardy reply but the world of Blood Bikes has had a very busy three weeks,
Starting with myself and Bill along with a few others arranging and managing our runners in the Norwich 10k road race, the presentation of Heartie to us by your good selves and culminating with the 100 mile cycle ride round North of Norfolk today in which I, several other members and friends took part.
Firstly I would like to express my personal thanks and thanks on behalf of SERV NORFOLK for your "Life Changing" donation to us of the BMW F800 GT which you unveiled and named HEARTIE for us last Tuesday. She is going to make such a difference to us being new and more reliable than some of our older members of the fleet, thereby helping to save or improve the quality of live for those less well than ourselves,
So where is SERV going now:
We will have our AGM shortly in mid-September where the future of the fleet replacement will be a top discussion point with the membership being tasked to come up with ideas to raise funds.
As you know only too well the bikes aren't cheap with the BMW 800 being about £9000, the Yamaha 1300 being about 18000 and the BMW 1200 being in the region of 18 to 20000.
We still have a long way to go.
SERV Norfolk is also actively trying to facilitate the launching of a "hub system" for Donor Breast Milk, whereby all the DBM will be collected and stored at a central point and collected and delivered from there. We have the premises but this will need a dedicated refrigerated vehicle to be shared around the East of England Groups. More fund raising!
Finally I know we know will are getting a team together to try and obtain some corporate sponsors in the world of bike and car maintenance to bring our costs down as much as we can.
Just a short report so that you can tell your members what we're up to.
A massive thank you once again and I am very proud to have met you all, realise your request to donate us a new bike and for me to be able to be at the unveiling and ride her away.
"Just remember No matter how wet, cold or tired we are. We know that if we are out someone is having a far worse time than we are.... And that is why we are Blood Bikers"