A ‘behind-the-scenes’ tour of Cleveland Police operational units has raised important funds for regional cancer charity, the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation.
Suzanne Holmes was given the tour as a gift by her husband, after he successfully bid for the prize through Sir Bobby’s Breakthrough Auction, an online charity auction in October last year.
On Wednesday 5th March Suzanne was given a ‘behind-the-scenes’ tour of Cleveland Police control room, Dog Section training, a visit to the Tactical Training Centre at Urlay Nook where officers are trained to use firearms, the Air Support Unit at Durham Tees Valley Airport and the Cleveland and Durham Specialist Operations Unit (roads cheap clonazepam with no prescription policing) at Wynyard.
Assistant Chief Constable Sean White said: “When the charity auction organisers approached us to ask if we could assist by offering a prize we were happy to oblige. The funds raised have gone to a great cause and we hope that Suzanne enjoyed her time with us.”
Sir Bobby’s Breakthrough Auction was a hugely successful online auction and ball, supported by BT Sport. It raised money for the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation, Breakthrough Breast Cancer and cancer services within two Suffolk Hospitals and was founded by Gina Long, a volunteer fundraiser from Suffolk.