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SOME much needed med­i­cal equip­ment has been pre­sented to a Che­sham surgery.

Char­i­ta­ble or­gan­i­sa­tion The Great Berkham­sted District of the Manch­ester Unity of Oddfel­lows re­cently gave Wa­ter Meadow Surgery, in Red Lion Street, two nebulisers.

The Oddfel­lows, founded in 1810 and which used to have a district in Che­sham, chose Wa­ter Meadow Surgery be­cause it was in need of the equip­ment and be­cause its Pro­vin­cial Grand Mas­ter Mal­colm Alan, and his part­ner, are pa­tients there.

The group is pre­sent­ing nebulisers to seven surg­eries in the Great Berkham­sted District, in­clud­ing Che­sham, and some 14 have al­ready been handed over.

Mr Alan ap­plied for money for the equip­ment from the Nel­son and Doris Seabrook fund, who were founder mem­bers of the com­mu­nity char­ity.

Mr Alan pre­sented the nebulisers to the surgery’s prac­tice man­ager Steve Ben­jamin and doc­tor Fiona Neale on Tues­day July 12.

He said: “They were very pleased and very happy.”


Grate­fully ac­cepted: Sue Jef­fery (con­sort) with Mal­colm Alan (Pro­vin­cial Grand Mas­ter of the Manch­ester Unity of Oddfel­lows) pre­sent­ing nebulisers to Dr Fiona Neale and Steve Ben­jamin (prac­tice man­ager)

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