• ASDA Collection

    Thanks to all who turned up to collect funds at Clayton Green ASDA on Saturday 29th December 2012, and thanks to the staff at the store, but a special thanks to all the customers who contributed to our Blood Bike Group,

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  • Father Christmas comes Early

    At 16:00 hrs on Christmas Eve, our Chairman (Paul) got a call to go to the Countess of Chester Hospital to pick up two litres of donor breast milk for a poorly baby at Ormskirk Hospital.

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  • Christmas Cheer

    Carl Farber (events manager), did a marvelous last minute job organising a Christmas do at the Hartwood Hall pub on Saturday 22nd. Great to meet some old and new faces and being an old sod, an ABBA tribute night was great.

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  • Christmas Message

    Christmas Message

    Like Santa, we deliver presents at Christmas, the big difference is ours are very often Life Saving presents, be it Blood or Donor Breast Milk for very poorly, Premature Babies. We are a charity helping the hospitals transport urgent items

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  • 2nd Blue light run

    Wednesday 19th December 2012, Lee Townsend received a call at 18:17hrs from Preston asking if we could take an item to Chorley and described it as "Very Urgent". Lee was the Controller from the previous night and because it was before 19:00hrs the call went to him.

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  • Ambulance Service Help Us.

    The Manager at the Maghul Ambulance station has agreed to let us store the Western Area bike there. The Honda Deauville will have a great place to call home from the weekend beginning the 8th December.

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  • First Blue Light Run.

    First Blue Light Run.

    Last night saw our first blue light run. The call came in at 19:23 and off went our Chairman as one of the several currently blue light trained riders. Quickly collected the blood from Chorley Hospital and got it safely to Royal Preston Hospital.

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