Suffolk Accident Rescue Service receive further support from Royal Arch Masons

Thursday, 17 February 2022

On a very wet Monday 14th February, Suffolk Royal Arch masons Roger Young, Raymond Pascoe, and Kelvin Larcombe paid a visit to the Bury St Edmunds office of Suffolk Accident Rescue Service (SARS) and on behalf of the Suffolk Provincial Grand Stewards Chapter, Roger Young the current MEZ, presented them with a cheque for £1500

SARS is an emergency medical charity that provides advanced pre-hospital care at the scene of serious trauma or life threatening medical incidents throughout Suffolk and its borders with Norfolk Cambridgeshire and Essex. All responders offer their service without cost to the patient, ambulance service or taxpayer. Their enthusiasm is incredible and they include Consultants in Emergency Medicine, Anesthetists, and Critical Care Paramedics who are able to carry out advanced procedures at the accident scene which would normally only be undertaken in a hospital environment. It was back in 1972 that Dr. Graham Bracewell, a former Grand Superintendant in Suffolk, founded this organisation and Suffolk Freemasons have supported them ever since. SARS will be celebrating their 50th Anniversary in May 2022.

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