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Why I volunteer by Wilf Moralee

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Why I volunteer...

“I joined Northumbria Blood Bikes as a volunteer rider in 2015; after I found out about the charity when they were fundraising at Sainsbury’s in Durham. I love riding, and thought this was a good way to combine that with giving something back. Other than driving I’ve done every aspect of our roles. I try to do a bit of everything for the charity, time permitting, and hope to do my advanced driving at some point to get the full toolset.

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Why I volunteer by Andy Webb

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Why I volunteer...

“I heard about Northumbria Blood Bikes via their website. I had previously been looking into assisting another group (SERV OBN) before taking up a new job in Northumberland. I saw it as an opportunity to do something to help in the community, while indulging my passion for riding motorbikes!

I’m a rider at the moment, although I have also completed coordinator training in the past.  I also assist with fundraising where I can (and where I’m not needed for an operational shift).

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Why I volunteer by Nigel Barlow

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Why I volunteer…

“I can't remember how I first heard about Northumbria Blood Bikes. I had been trying to get involved with the service for quite a while, (feeling sure that the North East must have something similar to other areas), before eventually stumbling upon Northumbria Blood Bikes. I must have been using the wrong search engine.

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Announcement - Volunteer David Richardson

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We regret to announce the passing of one of our Blood Bike Volunteers, Mr.David Richardson. He had a heart attack on Wednesday and sadly passed away on Thursday morning with his family around him.
His sons, Steven & Phil, have contacted us and said "He got so much enjoyment from his motorbike and was so passionate about bloodbikes and so very proud to contribute to the work you do."

Our heartfelt condolences are extended to Davids' family.

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