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DEDICATED blood donors have been honoured during a ceremony. Among those celebrating were Francis Harding and Christopher Honey from Hitchin, Brian Threadingham from Stevenage and Brian Perry from Letchworth GC who were awarded crystal plates to mark the
DEDICATED blood donors have been honoured during a ceremony.
Among those celebrating were Francis Harding and Christopher Honey from Hitchin, Brian Threadingham from Stevenage and Brian Perry from Letchworth GC who were awarded crystal plates to mark their 75th blood donations.
Joan Vernon from Stotfold received a crystal decanter in recognition of her 100 blood donations.
Rebecca Khan from the blood service said "Only 3 per cent of blood donors reach their 75th donation and only one per cent reach their 100th so it is a great achievement for these donors to reach these milestones."
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Mrs Khan added: "These donors are an inspiration to us all. For many years they have turned up and given blood regularly. Their dedication has had a great impact on society and hundreds of patients will have benefited as a result."
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