Suffolk transplant athlete hoping to inspire people to exercise during lockdown
April 30, 2020

We’re proud to see one of our campaign champions, Bridget Goldstone, pictured above, featured in today’s East Anglian Daily Times (30 April).

Bridget, from Brockley, received a kidney transplant in 1991 and went on to represent Team GB at three World Transplant Games.

Now classed as being at high risk during the coronavirus crisis, she is confined to her home for three months but is hoping to inspire others through her work with the Keep Suffolk Moving campaign.

Bridget and her husband Baz, have been a massive inspiration to many local runners with their involvement in the Great East Run Outreach programmes, and we’re extremely pleased to have both on-board with Keep Moving Suffolk.

Bridget said, “Being used to exercising in large groups I’m going to find the next months challenging, but by supporting Keep Moving Suffolk I hope to inspire others to join me in a fitter, healthier and happier lifestyle.”

Read the full article about Bridget on the East Anglian Daily Times website.

Read more about Bridget, Baz and our other campaign champions.

Bridget working out at home with her dog

Bridget and Baz on one of their much loved runs

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