Pedalling paramedic hoping to help find a cure for leukaemia

Murray MacGregor – Monday 9th September 2019 – 8.00am.

Despite breaking her jaw the last time she got on a bicycle, it hasn’t stopped a Worcestershire based paramedic getting back on her bike to raise money for a charity that saved her partners life.

Clinical Team Mentor Natalka Greenwood, who is one of the stars of the More 4 series ‘999 on the Frontline’ is hoping to raise £3,000 for Cure Leukaemia, the Birmingham based blood cancer charity by cycling between London and Paris over four days starting on Thursday 12th September.

Last year she supported this ride, in the cheering squad, but wanted to do it herself this year becuase it’s a cause that is particularly close to the 34-year-old’s heart.

Natalka qualified as a paramedic six years ago after studying at Coventry University.  She worked from Warwick Hub before becoming a Clinical Team Mentor at Bromsgrove.  She says the ride won’t be easy for a number of reasons:

Natalka says “The more money that I can raise the more chance there is that a cure can be found for Leukaemia, which would be fantastic:

You can support Natalka by going to her Just Giving Page here.

Fore more information about Cure Leaukaemia, the blood cancer charity, go to their website .

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