Ansons help guide the way for Staffordshire Blood Bikes

13th February 2014

Ansons have generously donated a motorcycle
GPS navigation system to help the newly formed Staffordshire Bloodbikes team
find their way around the streets of Staffordshire.

Ansons Solicitors residential conveyancing expert, Julie Tomasik, attended
the launch of the Bloodbikes service in Staffordshire on 22 January 2014 at RAF
Cosford. Julie was so inspired by the work of Staffordshire Bloodbikes, that
she was determined to do more to help and have enlisted the support of the team in Cannock and Lichfield.

Shropshire and Staffordshire Blood Bikes (SSBB) is
an emergency volunteer service which aims to provide urgent and emergency
transportation of life saving medical supplies to the NHS Foundations across
our region. This could range from blood to life-saving breast milk for
premature babies. Through the dedication of their volunteer staff, they
soon hope to be operational every night of the year.

The newly formed Shropshire and Staffordshire Blood Bikes
already have over 100 volunteer
riders and supporters, ready to start delivering in support of the NHS
this month with its first two specially equipped motorcycles.

Andy Wilson, volunteer rider accepted the donation of the
GPS navigation system on behalf of SSBB and said “getting supplies to hospitals
and patients as quickly as possible is our priority; this thoughtful donation
from Ansons will help us save lives.”

For more information about the work of
Shropshire and Staffordshire Blood Bikes, click here.