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All set up in Shrewsbury Square!Image attachment

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Excellent let’s hope it stays dry for you 👍

At long last, tomorrow we will be back in Shrewsbury Square raising funds for SSCBB. We look forward to seeing you all!

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Great .I need to update my patch it is a Shropshire & Staffordshire one 😊

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We have a team of 30 speakers located throughout #Shropshire, #Staffordshire and #Cheshire, raising awareness of the work carried out by the #BloodBike charities 📅📖  Our Speaker Team will probably deliver over 160 talks this year with bookings still being requested! Find out more about our charity talks here:
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About a year ago, our rider Ian B delivered essential medical equipment from the Childrens ward at Stoke to this lovely young man at his home in Whitchurch. Ian said It was a privilege to meet him and his family. His name was Ben Evison aged 14yrs. We heard today, from his Mum, Katherine, that Ben had passed away (following neck and spine surgery) last month. Katherines message to Ian was It’s been a year since you made that special delivery to Ben and we appreciated it very much. You do a fantastic  job and deserve the world for doing this job. Our sincere condolences to all the family and thank you Katherine for getting in touch with us.

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It was a privilege to meet this young man .My lasting impression was an excited Ben whizzing around the bloodbike pushing me out of the way to get a decent picture.I have to say I got caught up in the moment.Sorry about the social distancing .But hey ..its a privilege. Thank you Ben and thank you SSCBB for the opportunity.

Condolences to all who knew Ben.

Condolences Katherine. Sorry for your loss.

Sending condolences to the family xx

So very sorry for their loss.

Farewell Ben, you touched a lot of hearts x

What an adorable beautiful smile Ben had. So very sorry to hear the sad news 💔

Ben touched a lot of hearts.

Awwww so sorry to hear this … what a lovely picture to treasure ❤️


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Sending condolences to the family x

Thoughts and prayers for all

Great work 😀

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If reading about the work we do has made you think about #GivingBlood take a look at our website to see how easy it can be to do so!
We are an urgent #VolunteerService providing transportation of #blood products, for free, to #NHS hospitals across #Shropshire, #Staffordshire and #Cheshire. We currently serve a total of 14 hospitals, 2 Hospices, 2 Human Milk Banks and 3 NHS Blood Banks. For more information, take a look at our website:
#OurMission The stated aims of our charity are: 1. To support the #NHS 2. To save the NHS money, which is currently diverted away from direct patient care. 3. To promote a positive image of the#Motorcycling community within wider society. 4. To promote safer riding standards. To find out more about our charity please visit our website:
All set up at the Raven for the Jack Davies memorial event. Meet Jacks mum Jayne.

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Nice to see you again😀

Have a lovely day xx

Last week, SSCBB were invited to St Peters School, Bratton and what a great reception we received from the children. And what a great fundraiser - they donated nearly £600!  Teacher, Emma, reported, We had an amazing Blood Bikes day! The children were invited to come dressed in red for Blood Bikes in exchange for a contribution to the charity. The children learnt lots about the important role the volunteer Blood Bikers do and how they help children in our local community. Children were inspired to consider how they can give back to their communities when they grow up. The Blood Bikers put on fun and informative outdoor workshops for all of our children and warmly welcomed our families before and after school. The children especially loved sitting on the bikes! And we loved meeting all of you too. #itswhatwedoImage attachmentImage attachment

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What a wonderful job they did too delivering PPE during the first lockdown xx.

Encourage them whilst they are young, just like you did me 🤪

Ange Green Phillip Green This bike looks familiar 😊

Danny Payne

Sarah Callister Samantha Lindsay


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#Shropshire, #Staffordshire and #Cheshire #BloodBikes need your support so that we can continue working with the #NHS to transport blood and related products. You can donate via our ‘Just Giving’ page, please click here:

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Fantastic and thank you

Glad to have been one of the 60 marshalls for this

💙💙💙Well done everyone💙💙💙

Chris Durham did you do this?

All set up at Stafford rugby club, ready to greet the NHS Ride of Thanks riders. Carol from Docbikes is here too.

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I saw them all safely off earlier

Thank you to everyone involved in the NHS Ride of Thanks today who are celebrating their commitment by riding a route past Staffordshire hospitals, and raising funds to support UHNM NHS Trust, Shropshire . Staffordshire & Cheshire Blood Bikes and Docbikes/Luke’s Legacy. All funds raised will be shared equally to the 3 charities! Ride safe.

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Brilliant!! Provincial Grand Lodge of Staffordshire

Only wish I could get on my bike to join the fun , great job guys , your all heroes

On this day we thank all our SSCBB volunteers and all the volunteers across the country who have supported our NHS throughout the Covid pandemic. You are all so very special.
Just 30 days to go so please keep voting for us!

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you can vote once a week - we are lying 3rd now so get voting!!!

Make sure you put Stafford in the store search box

Roger Perry, a retired environmental health officer from Haughton near Stafford recently made contact with Helen B regarding raising further funds for SSCBB. Roger had been instrumental in raising monies for us before with the 30th Annual Vintage Tractor Run which was organised in Staffordshire in April 2017.
On this occasion it was on a slightly smaller scale. 
Armed with flasks and sandwiches 26 vintage tractor drivers travelled a circular route from Haughton to Swynnerton stopping off at a local hostelry for refreshments.
They donated the  very generous amount of £440 to our charity.
We thank them so much for their continued support.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Andrew Baz Gilbert

Fabulous, it was an honour to have led the 2017 run. Thank you once again.

Lovely amount of money thank you

With the ever-increasing need for the #NHS to save money but without compromising #PatientCare, the demands upon the #Charity grow each year. SSCBB needs to grow to meet this increasing demand. Find out how you can help here:

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We have a great photographer.

Sorry I’m in Yorkshire looking after my aunt Glad it went well. 👍

Well done guys👍

Great pics!


Great day

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All set up at Wellington Bikefest.  Its buzzing!

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Great turn out today

Looking good x

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Members can continue to show their #Support by ordering official #SSCBB #Clothes! There are 3 ways that you can order, find out more on our website:
The Wellington Bikefest, organised by Wellington Rotary is this Saturday - a great opportunity to find out more about SSCBB and to purchase some of our charity merchandise. The West Mercia Police Bikesafe team will be there and the local Harley-Davidson dealer and local Chapter.

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Canna beat a good tractor gathering.....

Syd Dore. Debbie Lloyd. Little breakfast run for you

Operating 24/7 and occupying a central location, at #SSCBB we undertake a number of long distance deliveries! These deliveries are made on behalf of the North West Human Milk Bank, University of Birmingham (Faecal Matter transplants) and other #BloodBike groups along with their local hospitals! To find out more about our charity and what we do, please visit our website here:

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Thank you for all you do. You are amazing.

100 o/o volunteer Totally professional

We are so looking forward to Wellington Bikefest this coming Saturday, 10 - 3 in the Town Centre, organised by Wellington Rotary raising funds for us. On show will be Spirit of Rotary - our BMW F800 funded by the Four Rotary Clubs in Telford & Wrekin from funds raised during the 2017 Tree of Light appeal. We are delighted that one of our Patrons, Mrs Anna Turner, the Lord Lieutenant of Shropshire will be there.  Also supporting the event are Stratstone Harley-Davidson Wolverhampton, the local dealership, and the Wolfruna Chapter, Harley Owners Group. They will have some very special bikes on show including a customised Heritage Classic - Day of the Dead themed HD and a tribute bike dedicated to Captain Sir Tom Moore, who raised millions for NHS charities last year. The West Mercia Police BikeSafe team will be there giving visitors the opportunity to view one of their bikes and learn more about the BikeSafe scheme. 
SSCBB looks forward to seeing you, a great opportunity to find out more about our service.
Henlle Park Golf Club are supporting SSCBB for a second year - thank you to the three Captains. Today Lady Captain Jill invited our Trustee Lynne S to join her for Lady Captains Day when over £450 was raised towards the growing total. The sun shone, the company was good but Lynne admits that her golf could have been better. Thank you Henlle.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Thank you for supporting this amazing charity

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Thanks Lorraine ... this is really interesting! Great photos too! X

Thanks Guy, may you see only clear blue skies.

Thanks Guy

Brilliant Job!!

Good guy Guy !

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Brilliant work well done everyone involved 👍

Excellent teamwork guys

Working together to make a difference!

Just one shite job after another

Great team work👍

Great to be working with like-minded organisations on support of our communities!

Awesome team effort 👍

Incredible team work. Brilliant.

Well done to all involved xx

Well done guys.

Well done all.👍


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At #SSCBB we love the work that we do, and we are proud to share it! Across the UK there are groups similar to ours, all operating for the benefit of their local area. If you would like to get involved with our charity, contact us today! -
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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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