Blood Bikes Wales volunteers came to the National Assembly this week and gave AMs an opportunity to learn more about the fantastic work they do in Wales.
Blood Bikes Wales is a charity of over 300 volunteers, operating 16 motorcycles and works across the whole of Wales every single day of the year.
The charity provides an entirely free and professional out-of-hours service to support the NHS in Wales, along with an interim in-hours enhancement service, transporting life-saving supplies to those in urgent need of treatment across the length and breadth of Wales.
Ynys Môn Assembly Member Rhun ap Iorwerth said:
“It was great to help launch the north west blood bikes service recently, and great to see representatives from the north come to publicise the Wales-wide service in the Assembly. The service is hugely valuable to patients and to the NHS and is going from strength to strength.”