North Wales Freemasons Support Blood Bikes Wales

This morning a large number of people turned up at The Maesgwyn for a presentation of a new Blood Bike by the North Wales Masonic Benevolence Association (NWMBA).

David Spalding, Chairman of The Maesgwyn Masonic Hall Company welcomed everyone for attending, and spoke about the partnership between the Wrexham branch of Blood Bikes Wales and The Maesgwyn Hall, with a new Garage built on the premises, for the storage of the bikes.

Andy Williams, The Mayor of Wrexham then spoke about the great work Blood Bikes Wales do to help the community and save the NHS money.

Emma Lampka, Chairman of Blood Bikes Wales, gave a quick talk about how Blood Bikes Wales started, and in particular the Wrexham branch, and gave a short talk about Lloyd, who the new bike is named after.

Finally, David Thomas, Chairman of the NWMBA, unveiled the new bike, before trying it on for size.

Our sincere appreciation is extended to the members of Blood Bikes Wales, the Mayor & Mayoress of Wrexham, the Police, members of the Widows Sons, local Freemasons, and interested parties for making this morning’s presentation a huge success.

North Wales Freemasons Support Blood Bikes Wales

This morning a large number of people turned up at The Maesgwyn for a presentation of a new Blood Bike by the North Wales Masonic Benevolence Association (NWMBA).

David Spalding, Chairman of The Maesgwyn Masonic Hall Company welcomed everyone for attending, and spoke about the partnership between the Wrexham branch of Blood Bikes Wales and The Maesgwyn Hall, with a new Garage built on the premises, for the storage of the bikes.

Andy Williams, The Mayor of Wrexham then spoke about the great work Blood Bikes Wales do to help the community and save the NHS money.

Emma Lampka, Chairman of Blood Bikes Wales, gave a quick talk about how Blood Bikes Wales started, and in particular the Wrexham branch, and gave a short talk about Lloyd, who the new bike is named after.

Finally, David Thomas, Chairman of the NWMBA, unveiled the new bike, before trying it on for size.

Our sincere appreciation is extended to the members of Blood Bikes Wales, the Mayor & Mayoress of Wrexham, the Police, members of the Widows Sons, local Freemasons, and interested parties for making this morning’s presentation a huge success.

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