Marathon run to raise funds for North Norfolk life-saving group
A police community support officer is set to help raise funds for a north Norfolk first responders group by running the
London Marathon on Sunday.
Lucy Collyer, who lives near Coltishall, is hoping to raise more than �1000 to buy a defibrillator for the Stalham & Smallburgh Area First Responders.
She said: 'As a PCSO on foot patrol I have seen how fast these volunteers respond in a medical emergency, so I wanted to help them.'
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This is the second time she has run in support of first responders, previously raising funds for the Wroxham group.
She is also a member of the North Norfolk Beach Runners, based in Cromer, and is aiming to beat her previous time of four hours and nine minutes.
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To add to her sponsorship, visit www.stalhamresponders.com for details.