Clinic celebrates its anniversary with charity cycle

Joint director Karen Burrett takes a turn on the bike, watched by fellow director Martin Burrett and podiatrist Gaynor Platt LP1500502

Joint director Karen Burrett takes a turn on the bike, watched by fellow director Martin Burrett and podiatrist Gaynor Platt LP1500502

0
Have your say

CLINIC staff used their third anniversary to help a charity that has been around 50 times as long.

The team at First Foot Clinic stepped out on Saturday for a 12-hour static cycle in High Street, Shoreham.

They took it in turns to pedal outside the clinic to celebrate its third anniversary, raising money for Shoreham Lifeboat Station as it prepares to mark its 150th anniversary in June.

Martin Burrett, practice manager and joint director, said: “We did the Bikathon from 7am to 7pm, plus a raffle and cake sale. We had a great day.

“There is always a good response from the Shoreham community. We raised £476.25 on the day and we as a business donated £23.75 to make a total of £500.

“We had support from members of the Shoreham lifeboat crew as well and we will present the cheque at the lifeboat station on Friday.”

First Foot Clinic is a family-run business offering podiatry and chiropody services in a clinic setting for adults, young people and children across the county.