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Local blood donor honoured

By Jennifer Drury

Pat Conely, who lives in Brighton Marina, was honoured this week , for her outstanding contribution to the NHS Blood Donor service.

For over forty years Pat has been a regular blood donor. To show appreciation for her very special service over the years, and to mark her donation of 100 pints of blood, she was presented with a crystal decanter.

June 13th - 19th is National Blood Week. If you would like to find out about being a blood donor you can visit www.blood.co.uk

Photo:Pat Conely with the Mayor of Brighton and Hove, Councillor Anne Meadows

Pat Conely with the Mayor of Brighton and Hove, Councillor Anne Meadows

Photo by Tony Mould

This page was added on 15/06/2011.
Comments about this page

Good for her! I'm 43 and have only just started giving blood, and wished that I'd started years ago; it's a great thing to do, and gives you a nice warm feeling that you're helping other people. And once you've finished giving blood, you get offered tea and biscuits too!

By Clyde Cash (16/06/2011)

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