“On the 8th of the 8th 2012 I am embarking on a journey which will either kill me or make me.
I am going to walk the whole coastline of Britain non stop, which is approx a
6500 mile journey, equivelant to walking from John O Groats to Landsend seven
and a half times, and will take between 18 months and 2 years to complete, I
will be starting in Blackpool and finishing in Blackpool.”
Barry Burns interviews Christian on behalf of Deben Radio CIC.
If you are attending the Suffolk Business Exhibition 2013, come along and say, “Hello” you can find us at Stand 110. We both look forward to seeing you…
Written by Barry Burns
After four years of working together, we finally meet Hillary in the flesh on her short visit to London, she took the time to travel up to Suffolk and spend some quality time and moments, reflecting of working together remotely between Israel and England.
Saying goodbye as Hillary returns…
Written by Cristina and Barry Burns
The East of England Co-operative Society is funding a project to provide 24 hour access to a defibrillator in 100 rural or harder to reach communities across Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex. It is estimated that someone has a heart attack every two minutes in the UK.
A third of those who suffer a fatal heart attack die before they can be taken to hospital. This makes it crucial that those in harder to reach or rural communities have 24 hour access to the equipment. And also understand why ‘every minute counts’ – the significance of the vital first few minutes following a heart attack to provide the best chance of survival.
The Society is providing 100 potentially life-saving pieces of equipment We want to help save lives by educating people about why ‘every minute counts’ The Society operates at the heart of the rural and harder to reach locations it is supporting through this campaign.
To keep up to date on the latest news: Visit the website www.eastofengland.coop/everyminutecounts
Look out for the hash tag #Every Minute Counts on Twitter or follow the Society on Facebook