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2 days ago

NABB

Another great achievement, all provided free of charge.July was another outstanding month from all our volunteers at Blood Bikes Scotland providing our 100% free service to NHS Lothian, NHS Borders, NHS Forth Valley, NHS Fife

Thank you to all volunteers and everyone who has donated and supported the charity in 2020 so far. #NeverMoreNeeded #itswhatwedo
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2 days ago

NABB

Great teamwork 👍Well, today was a bit of a different one for Freewheelers EVS. We had taken a call from Nottinghamshire Blood Bikes to ask if we could help with an Urgent relay.

Officially our weekday daytime service, which we put in place during the height of the pandemic, stopped at the end of July. However receiving a call from our freind’s in Nottinghamshire we were more than happy to help.

One of our amazing Riders (Colin) got up early to run up to Hopwood services on the M42 to meet Alan. Colin collected the urgent blood samples to take to microbiology specialists at Southmead.

Yet another great example of teamwork between groups
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Keep up the good work 👏 👍

2 days ago

NABB

Freewheelers EVSWell, today was a bit of a different one for Freewheelers EVS. We had taken a call from Nottinghamshire Blood Bikes to ask if we could help with an Urgent relay.

Officially our weekday daytime service, which we put in place during the height of the pandemic, stopped at the end of July. However receiving a call from our freind’s in Nottinghamshire we were more than happy to help.

One of our amazing Riders (Colin) got up early to run up to Hopwood services on the M42 to meet Alan. Colin collected the urgent blood samples to take to microbiology specialists at Southmead.

Yet another great example of teamwork between groups
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2 days ago

NABB

Freewheelers EVSHaving “Blood” on our jackets is a simplification. We could be carrying blood, breast milk, pathology samples, medical equipment, medication, patient notes or any other item of a medical nature which can fit on the bike. The jacket however isn’t big enough for all that ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Also “Blood Biker” sounds much more rock ‘n roll than “Stool Sample Biker”. Keep up the excellent work you wonderful people.

I’m no longer a member of BBW, but still found myself explaining to my physio while he worked on my shoulder, what bloodbikers do, what they Transport, and that they do it all for free. Guess it’s hard to distance yourself from something you’d been part of for 4yrs.

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