Local blood donor honoured

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

Pat Conely with the Mayor of Brighton and Hove, Councillor Anne Meadows
Photo by Tony Mould

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  • 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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