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  • Volunteers Week - Meet The Team

    Volunteers Week - Meet The Team

    As part of Volunteers Week, we’d like you to get to know some of our team.

    A few weeks ago our members were sent a few questions so that you could all get to know them better.

    First up is Fylde rider Mick.

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  • Blood bikers get a nuclear boost

    Blood bikers get a nuclear boost

    Thanks to several people Steve Pugh, Martin Walsh, Neil McCall and Duncan Oag, we now have enough waterproof blood box covers for every rider, courtesy of Springfields Employees Medical Research and Charity Trust.

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  • The skies the limit for fundraiser Jason

    The skies the limit for fundraiser Jason

    Central rider Jason Alston is organising a charity sky dive to raise funds for North West Blood Bikes - Lancs & Lakes.

    By jumping out of a plane, Jason hopes to raise much needed funds for the charity so that they can continue to provide a FREE service to the NHS.

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  • Rowdy Rebels get an emergency visit.

    Rowdy Rebels get an emergency visit.

    Amanda Mason writes, on Thursday 20th April I had the pleasure of assisting Tony Edmondson at Feniscowles Community Hall entertaining the Rowdy Rebels!

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  • Members visit Blackburn Path Lab

    Members visit Blackburn Path Lab

    Last night, Jeff Cottam (Centre and sat on our bike) lead an excellent tour of the huge lab at Royal Blackburn Hospital

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  • Rider makes happy return to Bolton

    Rider makes happy return to Bolton

    In November last year, young North West Blood Bike rider, Niall Miller was attacked in Bolton as thieves tried to steal his bike. Niall has now returned to Bolton in happier circumstances.

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  • Vintage themed tea party planned for Blood Bikes charity

    Vintage themed tea party planned for Blood Bikes charity

    Local fundraiser Becky Newton is raising funds for local charity North West Blood Bikes – Lancs & Lakes (NWBB-LL) by hosting a vintage themed tea party in her home town.

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  • The Long Way Down

    On Sunday 7th May 2017 two friends, Ian Woodburn and Calum Wilcock, are riding non-stop (apart for essential comfort breaks) from John O’ Groats to Lands Ends to raise funds for North West Blood Bikes Lancs and Lakes. As both riders work for the NHS at The Royal Lancaster Infirmary they decided this would be a great charity to sponsor.

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  • ‘Crafty Ladies’ help keep the wheels turning

    ‘Crafty Ladies’ help keep the wheels turning

    A group from Penwortham have been raising money for local charity North West Blood Bikes – Lancs & Lakes.

    The 13 members of Crafty Ladies from Tuson House who meet weekly, nominated the charity as their charity of choice for 2016. Money was raised by holding a cabaret night, Christmas raffle and a table top sale. The ladies also sold items that they had knitted and crocheted like Easter bunnies, Halloween spiders and Christmas reindeers along with other items throughout the year.

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  • 1000 Smiles

    Paul Brooks writes: Saturday 18th February 2017 a relay run from one collection point, Furness General, to three destinations, Leeds General, Manchester Royal Infirmary and NHSBT Speke.

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