Ian Shek is a friend and supporter of the charity Ian took on a 125mile challenge to raise funds to support our work, running a series of full and half Marathons. Completing the Glasgow, Sitges and Brighton Half marathons, the Great South Run, and Brighton, London and Edinburgh Marathons.
The sponsorship money that raised by Ian and his supporters was used to purchase an AED (Automated External Defibrillator) for Brighton Seafront Night Beach Patrol
Mike Kerley is Foreshore Inspector at Worthing Beach Front office and also trainer for Resolve Security and Brighton Beach Patrol said
“This Patrol service operates on an all-terrain quad bike in Brighton covering from the hours of 2300 – 0500 on a Friday and Saturday night and other days where there is a risk of harm, i.e. large events or special occasions. It is operated by a trained security guard / first aider who is also trained at spotting those at risk.
The main purpose of this service is to protect those that find themselves in a vulnerable position on the seafront, either through intoxication or mental health. The main aim is education and protecting those at risk of harm. This is currently a self-funding service, however we are working very closely with other agencies and charities to improve and extend our work as it has been a great success. We are regularly responding to persons in the water, first aid calls, ranging from assaults or unconsciousness. “
We can thank Ian enough, for his support and that support our work, it is invaluable in enabling us to Save Lives in Sussex. – Terry Ayres, CEO – Sussex Heart Charity
We would also like to say a BIG THANK YOU to Steve Honeysett – https://www.facebook.com/pages/Honeysett-Gallery/472122736258863 for very kindly attending a very cold and damp December evening to take pics
Although Ian has now finished his challenge for us, you can still contribute to his fund at https://www.justgiving.com/ianshek