What did you do at the weekend?

If you’re a trustee with Blood Bikes then the occasional call from a hospital is not unusual. Our phone system passes the call on to a backup volunteer if the duty controller is busy.   But the call I received last Saturday was out of the ordinary and it piqued...
A night shift

A night shift

An interesting shift for a quiet Friday night.   When our duty controller, Nigel, came on shift, our rider, Vicky K, was already in transit with a run of urgent meds to Llangrannog.   Paul K (rider) meanwhile was lined up to help a hospice with a late admission by...
Our first annual conference

Our first annual conference

Sunday 9th October 2022 saw the Annual General Meeting of the charity. But since this was the first opportunity we had to meet together like this since the pandemic we thought we would change the format of the event into our first-ever Annual Conference. Some...
Thank you Ma’am

Thank you Ma’am

We offer our condolences to the Royal Family as they mourn the loss of a mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. As a nation, we shall mourn the loss of a faithful servant to her God, and of the people. Thank you for your service,...
An essential service

An essential service

I’ve been seven years with this charity covering thousands of miles and hundreds of hours on a bike and on the phone but today was my first milk run. It wasn’t planned that way but that’s how it turned out. Milk runs tend to happen during the week...