Bexley NHS worker revels in Paralympics experience
PUBLISHED: 09:37 30 August 2012
There were smoke and mirrors of a different kind for Bexley NHS worker Harinder Sadhu last night as the Paralympics Opening Ceremony kicked off the world's second largest sporting event.
There were smoke and mirrors of a different kind for Bexley NHS worker Harinder Sadhu last night as the Paralympics Opening Ceremony kicked off the world’s second largest sporting event.
Mrs Sadhu, who works in the Hadlow Road stop smoking centre in Sidcup, answered an advert for volunteers. The 61-year-old said: “Going into the Olympic Stadium for the first time for rehearsals was a brilliant experience. It really hit home how real it was.
“The whole thing has come together wonderfully. I’m never going to see another Games in London so I want to make the most of it.”
She admitted it will be a culture shock when her role in the Paralympics has finished having immersed herself in the 2012 spirit.
“I don’t know what I’m going to do when it’s all over. It’s been such a big part of my life it’s going to leave a void.” The whole process has been tiring but it’s been totally worth it. It has been so much fun,” she sai