NARS thanks church group for new equipment
- Credit: Paul Strutt, NARS
An emergency medical charity has thanked a church group for enabling it to buy an expensive piece of equipment.
The In-betweens, a social group connected to Wymondham Methodist Church, adopted Norfolk Accident Rescue Service (NARS) as their charity of 2017, and raised £4,300 through a number of events.
The amount raised also included funeral donations following the death of one of their members.
The money was used to buy an Oxylog ventilator, a vital piece of equipment that helps sedated people to breathe.
NARS chairman Chris Neil said: 'We are delighted that the Church have raised all this money for us. The equipment will be put to good use on our new response vehicle and it will last for many years.'
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