In Memory Of Lisa...

On Saturday 14th May, Ollie Cudd and 35 other brave cyclists rode 46 miles over the hills of Surrey, including Ranmore, Box Hill and Leith Hill, raising an outstanding £7,500 for the work of the Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance.



 
This exceptional effort, organised by Ollie, was in memory of Lisa Brown who after a sudden bleed to the brain whilst at work, was flown to St. George’s Hospital but sadly passed away a month later. Lisa’s husband Colin and 2 of her sons also rode in her memory. The group were met by over 100 supporters at the finish line.
 
All of us here at the charity are so grateful to every single person who took part to raise money in this wonderful way in memory of Lisa, as well as all those who supported the event.

Keith Harlow

“…flown to King’s College Hospital in London. This transfer took 14 minutes, a journey that would have taken more than an hour by road.”

Grandfather of three, Keith Harlow, could...

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