surreycomet.co.uk 14 Jan, 2021 13:00 am

Worker helps Kingston doctor whose bike was stolen

Worker helps Kingston doctor whose bike was stolen
A doctor who had his bike stolen from outside Kinsgton Hospital recently has been helped back into wheels thanks to a fundraiser set up after news…

Continue reading Continue reading Continue reading Continue reading'Utterly blown away' — Community buys Kingston Doctor new bicycle after theft Worker helps Kingston doctor whose bike was stolen Dr Wilcox and Ben Maclean with a new bike at Kingston Hospital.Dr Josh Wilcox, who works on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic at Kingston Hospital, said he was "utterly blown away" by the community response to the fundraiser that was launched in the wake of a social media post about the theft.His bike was stolen as he worked a 13-hour shift at Kingston Hospital that remains at the epicentre of the Covid-19 pandemic in the borough.

You can help raise money for Kingston Hospital and support our staff by setting up a fundraising page or donating online https://t." The fundraiser was set up by Ben Maclean, a plasterer from Surbiton, who responded to a post by Josh's partner that described how the bike was stolen during "his 13-hour shift" at Kingston Hospital.

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