Appeal to help Wisbech matron get back on two wheels after bike theft smashes target
A fund set up to help replace a stolen cycle used by a well-known health worker in Wisbech has smashed its target within hours of being launched.
Toni Bird, fundraising co-ordinator, at the Alan Hudson Day Treatment Centre launched a Gofundme appeal on Thursday with the aim of raising £300 to replace the cycle of Michelle Knight, matron and unit lead at the centre, which was stolen on Tuesday (28).
Posting on the Gofundme page Toni explained: "Our amazing Matron Michelle, who works tirelessly to support patients with life limiting illnesses in our community has had her bike stolen while on shift at the centre.
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