Bexley NHS playing part in Paralympics

PUBLISHED: 14:40 14 August 2012

Pascale Berthellet

Pascale Berthellet


Bexley NHS staff are preparing to take on volunteer roles during the Paralympic Games.

Stop smoking advisor Harinder Sadhu, Dr Ricky Gondhia and health advisor Pascale Berthellet have been training hard for the event which begins on August 29.

Mrs Berthellet said: “It is a fantastic experience and a great opportunity to meet people from all walks of life. The whole team is very cheerful and helpful.”

Dr Gondhia is also preparing for a role in the Paralympics opening ceremony.

Bexley health analyst Elizabeth Marchant, 27, will be able to pass on tips having performed at the Olympics opening ceremony.

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