Riley Scooters help support Sarcoidosis UK

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We’ve teamed up with our friends at Riley Scooters to support our Charity partners, Sarcoidosis UK.

Riley Scooters, a local firm, provided the Club with a fantastic, personalised Scooter (see photo). Not only that, but they have very kindly agreed to give Bromley supporters £25 off any order of a scooter, using the discount code ‘bromley25’.

As if that wasn’t enough, Phil and the team at Riley Scooters will donate £20 from every order from a Bromley supporter to our chosen charity, Sarcoidosis UK! 

Sarcoidosis is a condition where lumps called granulomas develop at different sites within the body. Granulomas are made up of clusters of cells involved in inflammation. If many granulomas form in an organ, they can prevent that organ from working properly. Sarcoidosis UK have four main goals – to provide quality information, to offer meaningful support, to increase awareness, and to fund research towards a cure. 

They work with top sarcoidosis specialists to write detailed patient information leaflets and online resources. They also offer support services to anyone affected including a specialist Nurse Helpline and a Support Group network across the UK.

To get your scooter and to support the Club’s chosen charity (remember to use discount code bromley25) click here:

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