Retired police officer who raised thousands for charity in coma after heart attack while cycling

Retired police officer who raised thousands for charity in coma after heart attack while cycling
 

A retired Oldham policeman who raised thousands for charity through international bike rides is in a coma after having a heart attack while cycling.
Grandfather Phil Buckley QPM, who turned 69 last Thursday, worked closely with Oldham’s Asian community during his decades on the beat and learned how to speak some Urdu and Sylheti.
The former racing cyclist, who won a silver medal in the 1971 UK National Track Championships, raised thousands for charities including the Just Help Foundation through trips across Bangladesh on a mountain bike.
He had a heart attack during a bike ride in Oldham... read more

 
27 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 40
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