Wynnstay Lodge Make Donation to Blood Bike Wales

Motorcyclists who help relieve pressure on the health service have recently received a cash boost of £250 from the Brethren of Wynnstay Lodge based in Ruabon.

Emma Lampka, of Blood Bikes Wales Wrexham, thanked the Lodge for its donation and said: “Without the donations of groups such as the Masons, other organisations and the general public we would not be able to run this important service.”

Blood Bikes Wales Wrexham provides a free courier service for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board. The bikers can provide out-of-hours service for emergency transportation of samples, blood products, medical records, medication and frozen breast milk for premature babies.

They can also act as an in-hours interim service to shuttle important samples to the pathology laboratory in between the standard transport service, ensuring the samples are delivered in, a timely manner to be analysed and provide a quicker diagnosis for patients.

The photograph shows Worshipful Master – Geoff Pettitt, Charity Steward – Ian Campbell and Past Master – Norman. E. Jones of Wynnstay Lodge with Emma Lampka of Blood Bikes Wales Wrexham. and other group members.

Mrs. Lampka added: “It costs the group £2,500 per year to keep the bike running so these donations are so very welcome”

Wynnstay Lodge Make Donation toBlood Bike Wales

Motorcyclists who help relieve pressure on the health service have recently received a cash boost of £250 from the Brethren of Wynnstay Lodge based in Ruabon.

Emma Lampka, of Blood Bikes Wales Wrexham, thanked the Lodge for its donation and said: “Without the donations of groups such as the Masons, other organisations and the general public we would not be able to run this important service.”

Blood Bikes Wales Wrexham provides a free courier service for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board. The bikers can provide out-of-hours service for emergency transportation of samples, blood products, medical records, medication and frozen breast milk for premature babies.

They can also act as an in-hours interim service to shuttle important samples to the pathology laboratory in between the standard transport service, ensuring the samples are delivered in, a timely manner to be analysed and provide a quicker diagnosis for patients.

Mrs. Lampka added: “It costs the group £2,500 per year to keep the bike running so these donations are so very welcome”

The photograph shows Worshipful Master – Geoff Pettitt, Charity Steward – Ian Campbell and Past Master – Norman. E. Jones of Wynnstay Lodge with Emma Lampka of Blood Bikes Wales Wrexham. and other group members.

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