LIFESAVER: From left, Terry Fordham, Richard Bloom and Richard Aisthorpe present the cheque to David Parish of SERV Norfolk. Picture: Kevin Elfleet

FREEMASONS in King’s Lynn have presented £800 to the blood bike charity, SERV Norfolk.

The Geoffrey Dicker Freemasons Lodge, based on the North Lynn Industrial Estate, supports a wide range of good causes.

This time the money was raised with a charity race night and meal organised by lodge secretary Richard Bloom, his wife Christine and fundraiser Richard Aisthorpe.

The charity SERV Norfolk (Service by Emergency Rider Volunteers) was founded in 2011.

Its band of volunteer  motorbike riders give up their  own time to deliver blood products, breast milk, samples and other urgently required medical items to hospitals in the region.

The £800 cheque was presented by the Lodge Worshipful Master Terry Fordham, who said the object of the organisation was to support charities locally and nationwide.