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Cash donated to Clevedon’s emergency response team

PUBLISHED: 17:00 15 February 2017

The £700 donation will help keep the vehicle on the road.

The £700 donation will help keep the vehicle on the road.


Hundreds of pounds have been donated to a Clevedon team which helps to save lives of people in North Somerset.

Clevedon First Responders gratefully received a 
£700 cheque from Clevedon Yeo Rotary Club and the money will go towards helping it provide emergency healthcare.

Rotary club president Yvonne Kingston said the organisation were pleased to be able to help such a worth cause.

She added: “A local project is benefiting from the excellent support we receive from the local community for our fund raising efforts.”

Judith Boulden from Clevedon First Responders was delighted with the money and said: “This will enable us to cover our insurance premium and continue to provide our service.

“This is yet another example of the great support Clevedon Yeo gives to us.”

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