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Dont forget to watch the SSCBB team on Eggheads tomorrow night (Tuesday).

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I will be watching๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ˜Š

Thank you for the reminder.

Youll find us at Prees Heath today. A bit damp but brightening up!
Lovely day here in Shrewsbury Square. We even had a mention on Radio Shropshire!Image attachment

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Sorry I haven't been over. Have a cracking day.

Fabulous x

I see Neil’s brought his bike too

Looking good ๐Ÿ‘

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:
At every point of every day, #SSCBB operates 6 shifts, totalling to 7800 shifts per year! These shifts are split into: 1300 controller shifts ๐Ÿ“ž 5200 rider shifts ๐Ÿ 1300 committee shifts ๐Ÿ‘ฅ If you would like to get involved with our #charity, as part a controller, rider, or part of the committee contact us or find out more here:
A date for your diary, Tuesday 3rd May!  Switch on Channel 5 at 6.30pm and watch the SSCBB team of Paul, Colin, Hadyn and Chris compete on EGGHEADS. And not a bloodbike in sight.

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Well seems that Colin, Haydn and Paul all worked to the Egghead brief, but Chris clearly didn't get the message ๐Ÿ™‚ I can only say this as a confirmed member of the Egghead club myself. Can't wait to see this guys

Looking very smart boys

Whoop whoop !! Excited !

Reminder set!!!

Riding an SSCBB Moto Guzzi Blood Bike today is none other than Steve Parrish. Safe ride to RAF Cosford, Steve. All for Bike for Life in aid of Midlands Air Ambulance. #bike4life

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We were on M54 on the way to Shrewsbury and had the pleasure to see the amazing sight of all those bikes coming in the opposite direction. Any idea how many were taking part?

Stavros! Nice to see you there!

SSCBB Controller and Speaker Team member, Sammy meets Foggy.

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Had my photo taken with him a few years ago at Prescott Hill blood bike weekend

I know the one on the left, but who's the bloke on the right photo bombing?๐Ÿ˜

Did he get your autograph?

Were Compo and Clegg not with him? ๐Ÿฅ {I’ll fetch my coat ๐Ÿ™„}


Can’t believe he asked for a selfie Sammy

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And we are all set up at RAF Cosford for meeting the Bike for Lifers!
Getting busy now at Bike for Life, Meole Brace and Chris is giving the team their briefing.#bike4lifeImage attachment
All set at Meole Brace for the Bike for Life. #itswhatwedo

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What a fabulous day for this event, hope you all have a fab time๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ’œ

Have a good day, unfortunately I’m under restrictions due to some silly virus thing… got me eventually..grrr. Have a good one.x

Have a fab day hopefully good turnout stay safe

Enjoy your day xx

100 o/o volunteer Totally professional

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Asda Stafford is obviously the place to be today!!  The SSCBB โ€˜Aโ€™ team are, once again, enjoying the hospitality of the store and the generosity of their customers.  Chris, the store manager, came to say hello like he normally does.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Go A team ๐Ÿ˜‰

Wish I was up to it, I’d pop down!

If you would like to find out more about our charity and the work we do, take a look at our website - #SSCBB

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Thank you for all you do for us at the Countess.

The Hub Cafe in Newport, Shropshire are holding an Emergency Services Week and we were delighted to be asked to take part.
Rider Dave S. brought along bloodbike Fiona and Helen B joined him.
Tea and cake and sunshine! What more could you ask for?  The volunteers at the Hub looked after us well and it seemed the ideal time for a photoshoot and the children loved mini moto Elron.Image attachment
The Woodland in Ellesemere Port did us proud last night , with well over ยฃ400 from the raffle and donations. Thank you to your amazing staff and customers.Image attachmentImage attachment

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We had a great night, thank you for the visit and we hope to see you soon ๐Ÿ˜

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:

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You all do amazing work, thank you ๐Ÿ’•

Thanks for your support!Image attachmentImage attachment
Are you looking for an interesting talk for your group/organisation? We have a speaker team of #BloodBikevolunteers willing to tell you all about our charity and how we help support our local #NHShospitals ๐Ÿ๐Ÿš‘ If you would like to find out more about our#SSCBB Talks, take a look at our website:
Were back at Morrisons Winsford again today. Huge thanks to all the wonderful staff and customers who visited us yesterday and made such generous donations.

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Great to see you lovely bunch today ๐Ÿ˜Š

Youll find the SSCBB Cheshire team at Morrisons Winsford today and tomorrow. Great opportunity to find out more about our service and to make a donation. #itswhatwedoImage attachment
#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:
Happy boy on our mini moto at Asda Burton
Thank you to Community Champion Jackie for letting us have a collection day at Asda Burton and for letting us bring blood bike Nightingale in-store.

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looking great Lynn x

Well done xx

The Asda Burton team are ready for action! #itswhatwedoImage attachment

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good luck guys

With the ever-increasing need to support the NHS in caring for their patients, the demands upon the #Charity grow each year. #SSCBB needs to grow to meet this increasing demand. To do so, we need more #Volunteers, whether that be in the form of riders, fundraisers or controllers. If you are interested in joining us, take a look at our website to learn more!
Good to see so many members at the AGM last night and to hear how well the charity is performing. Thanks to Oak Farm Hotel for hosting us and feeding us!
Our new Motor Guzzi Blood Bikes were seen together this morning outside the Heartlands Hospital in Birmingham when our Shropshire rider Pete O. met up with North Staffs rider Dave L. when delivering samples from their respective areas.
The East Staffs rider, Chas W.  at the same time was delivering milk to the Birmingham Milk Bank and the Cheshire rider, Les W. was picking up donated breast milk from a donor in Shropshire to deliver to the Milk Bank at Chester. In addition Jeremy C. was collecting and delivering FMT.  A typical busy SSCBB morning.Image attachment

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Brilliant service. And a couple of very nice V85TT Travels there too.

Well done guys you do a fantastic job ๐Ÿ’•

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:
Mighty busy at Kings HallImage attachment

What people say about us

โ€œThe blood bikes are vital to getting our life saving faecal transplants to critically ill patients with C. dificile infectionโ€

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

โ€œOn 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.โ€

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

โ€œThe 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 NHSโ€

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

โ€œThere 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 moneyโ€

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

โ€œWe 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.โ€

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

โ€œWe very much appreciate all of their efforts and the support they give both SaTH and the wider NHS.โ€

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

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