Each year BBC Surrey present the BBC Surrey Community Heroes Awards. These are given to recognise unsung heroes from across the county. Entries are nominated by members of the public and fall into a variety of categories including sport, volunteer, carer and animal rescue to name a few. They are designed to reflect everything from good neighbours to sporting achievement. SERV Surrey & South London were nominated and have been announced as one of the 2016 finalists in the 999 category for emergency services. The overall winners will be announced Monday, 28 November at 7pm. The event will be broadcast on BBC Surrey’s Facebook Live page and there will be highlights on the Breakfast Show the following morning.
SERV Surrey & South London has been nominated as a volunteer group who supply a safe, quick and reliable service free to the NHS for the transport of emergency blood, blood products, medical equipment or drugs. 365 days a year between 7pm -6am.