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Emergency Supplies


Transported out of hours to save lives

Two Blood Bikers riding down a road

Volunteers Riding


Evenings, Weekends & Bank Holidays

A group of Blood Bikers and their bikes

Transporting


Blood, Samples, Breast Milk & Much More

Blood Bikes close up with blue lights

Ride Your Own


Non liveried bikes too

A group of Blood Bikers and their bikes

Volunteer Controllers


You don’t have to ride, you can Control the Riders

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Welcome to

North West Blood Bikes Lancashire and Lakes


Thank you for visiting our website. We hope you will continue to support the work we do.

Celebrating 50000 RUns

Our mission

We aim to provide a totally free, but professional, voluntary service, out of normal working hours for the transportation of Urgent and Emergency items, e.g. blood, platelets, samples, donor breast milk, patient notes, theatre equipment, in fact anything that can be carried by motorcycle, solely for the benefit of the publicly funded emergency services and the patients being treated by them, within the NHS Hospitals.

We will provide this service through the night, and 24 hours per day at weekends and Bank Holidays, to the best of our ability, enabling hospital funding to be better spent on patient care.

We started operating in May 2012 and as the counter shows the number of call outs we are completing is growing exponentially. Your help in doing this is always appreciated.

Please Donate Here.

We have been featured in a short film for the National Lottery Awards.

Latest News.

  • 50,000 Completed Runs

    In 2011 four keen motorcyclists got together and decided to help the NHS Hospitals in the North West of England by providing free urgent and emergency, out of hours transport for Blood, Platelets, Samples for analysis, medication, Doctors notes, donor breast milk for premature babies, in fact anything that they could carry safely on motorbikes.

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  • Funeral Arrangements.

    The funeral of our dear lost friend and colleague Russell Curwen will take place on Friday 18th May 2018. The church service will be held at Kendal Parish Church at 12:15pm (Kirkland, Kendal. LA9 5AF) and at Beetham Crematorium at 2pm (Beetham, Milnthorpe LA7 7BQ) If you are attending and wish to travel by car there is a public car park, named Peppercorn, just past the church on the right-hand side, but please be aware there will be a mini-bus with NWBBLL members on board and several Blood Bike Cars needing to park on there. If you can park elsewhere it would be appreciated.

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  • THE SHOW MUST GO ON IN COPPULL WITH A RAINBOW TO BOOT!

    On Tuesday evening I was heading to my scheduled Blood Bike talk with a small degree of trepidation after the sudden loss of one of our colleagues Russ Curwen only 3 days before. However as I arrived with Colm Carton our Central Area Manager the welcome we received from Dot and the rest of the ladies of Spendmore Lane Friendship Hour diminished any concerns within seconds. I don’t believe Colm had chance to even get off his bike before getting a great big hug!

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Want to help and join us?

You can always read our Newsletters here to see what we are doing and who is supporting us. If you think you can help, come and join us. You don’t have to be able to ride a bike, although we constantly need riders, you can join us as a Controller, which basically means you stay at home and receive re-directed calls from any of our Hospitals. Then it’s a case of looking on the Duty sheets and sending a rider to do the run, or you can join us as a Fundraiser.

Whichever way you can help we will welcome you on board what we think is the best Blood Bike group in the Country. Just click the “Volunteer” button below."

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Our newsletters are published here for everyone to see what we get up to either on duty or when we’re off duty, please read and enjoy. If you have anything you think would fit in our newsletter please let the Editor know.

June 2018

June 2018

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