Charity Management

Some of our enthusiastic volunteers celebrating the Queen’s Award…


Listed below are the contact details for our small group of dedicated volunteers, which have taken on the responsibility of managing our charity. If you have a specific query, please feel free to contact committee members directly  – just click on the email address next to their name.

If you are not sure who to send a particular enquiry to, do not worry. Simply contact the Secretary and he will forward your message to the appropriate person. We will then redirect the message to the relevant committee member.

Jeremy Cartwright (Chair):
Lynne Stone (Vice Chair):
Lynne Stone (Fundraising Manager):
Pete Allman  (Secretary):
Brian Mackie (Treasurer):
Pam Hillier (Membership Secretary):
Nigel Howells (Fleet Manager):
Phil Sutton (East Staffs Lead):
Rob Williams (North Staffs Lead):
Steve Hunter (Cheshire Lead):
Francis Crozier (Shropshire Lead):
Helen Bundy (Talks Team Coordinator)
Elaine Perrins
Colin Cummins-White:
Kath Brookes:

What people say about us

“The blood bikes are vital to getting our life saving faecal transplants to critically ill patients with C. dificile infection”

Professor Peter Hawkey, FMT Service Lead, PHE Public Health Laboratory Birmingham

“On a regular basis we need to transport samples urgently, between Shrewsbury and Telford, and also from here in Shropshire to Birmingham and beyond. In the past it has been quite difficult, out of hours, to get those samples moving quickly, so it has made a huge difference to us to be able to rely on blood bikes to get those samples moving for us.”

Debbie Jones, Support Services Care Group Director Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust

“The voluntary service the blood bikes offer us has been instrumental in widening the scope of our FMT service across the country and ensuring costs are a low as possible for the NHS”

Dr Vicki McCune, FMT Service Manager PHE Public Health Laboratory Birmingham

“There is certainly times when the quicker we can get results back, the better the outcome for the patient, so blood bikes are helping to save lives and, at the same time, they are saving the NHS lots of money”

Debbie Jones, Support Services Care Group Director Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust

“We are so grateful to the volunteer riders who give up their time to courier blood products and urgent samples for testing between our hospitals and the regional NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) centre in Birmingham. Every minute counts when it comes to helping seriously-ill and injured patients and being able to call on the blood bikes round the clock helps us to provide safe, effective treatment and transfusions.”

Paula Gardener, Chief Nurse Burton Hospital Trust (covering Burton, Lichfield and Tamworth)

“We very much appreciate all of their efforts and the support they give both SaTH and the wider NHS.”

Debbie Jones, Support Services Care Group Director Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust

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