A YOUNG mother killed by swine flu in January will be remembered by a fund-raising classic car run and display next year.
Sarah Applin was 32 when she died, two weeks after her son was delivered by Caesarian section as she lay ill with swine flu.
Family friend Eamonn Harvey has organised a car run for May 6 to raise money for a trust, set up to buy a special bed for West Sufolk Hospital’s intensive care unit.
It will feature a 20 mile route and drivers will chaffeur women to collect funds at country pubs along the way.
After, a static car display and barbecue will be held at The White Horse at Beyton, which is run by Sarah’s parents.
To take part, send a £10 cheque, payable to West Suffolk Hospital NHS – Sarah Applin Trust, to Mr Harvey, 58 The Green, Rougham, IP30 9JP. Enclose a self-addressed envelope for information and a contact number and email address.