It’s not often the work by blood bikers nationwide is covered in the mainstream media, however BBC News recently talked about the invaluable service provided by our volunteers in their online magazine – have a read here! more.

Cobham at Christmas 2016

November 28, 2016 // 0 Comments

Following previous years’ involvement, SERV Surrey and South London were once again asked to provide an escort for the Cobham at Christmas Extravaganza and Lights Turn on and were only too happy to oblige. The event took place this year on 25th November and around ten SERV S&SL riders turned up for marshalling duties. The riders met beforehand at the Royal British Legion in Hollyhedge Road, Cobham, for a pre-event briefing before the procession more.
  Sunday, March 20 (Palm Sunday) saw some of our volunteer Bloodrunners ride out from New Malden to Evelina London Children’s Hospital.  The volunteers, who are more likely to be seen out late at night delivering blood and blood products to hospitals, without charge to the NHS and Kent Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance were delivering essential supplies of a different kind.  This time, their precious cargoes were chocolate Easter eggs for the more.

Thank you Andrews & Arnold Ltd!

March 10, 2016 // 0 Comments

We’d like to give a big thank you to Andews & Arnold Ltd for their help and speedy service with ID cards for some of our new recruits. You can find A&A on twitter, Facebook or on the web.

Volunteers Week 2015

June 3, 2015 // 1 Comment

Volunteers week 2015 is 1-7 June – a celebration of the hard work of volunteers everywhere. SERV Surrey & South London and our “customer” hospitals are thankful for the efforts of our army of volunteers, without whom we would be unable to deliver our SERVice. Often going unnoticed in the dead of night, our volunteer riders, drivers and controllers work together to deliver our SERVice to the hospitals of Surrey & South London and more.

A SERV Social to France – Day 4

May 25, 2015 // 0 Comments

And so we get to the last day of our weekend trip to France. If you’ve started here, you should first read Day 1, Day 2 and maybe even Day 3, although that’s optional, for it to make much sense.

A SERV Social to France – Day 3

May 24, 2015 // 0 Comments

Day 3 of the SERV Surrey & South London May Bank Holiday Weekend social tour to France logically follows Day 1 and Day 2. If you haven’t read those, please go back and see them first. Otherwise, here is the next installment of what was a fantastic weekend.

A SERV Social to France – Day 2

May 23, 2015 // 0 Comments

The continuing saga of the 2015 SERV Surrey & South London May Bank Holiday Weekend tour to France. If you missed the first installment, please have a look at Day 1 first.

A SERV Social to France – Day 1

May 22, 2015 // 0 Comments

It’s not all blood running and fund raising you know! Just occasionally, we’re able to get together on a purely social basis and do something together, in daylight and not directly beneficial to the chosen cause. Just such an event took place this Bank Holiday weekend just gone. more.

What does Class 1 mean?

December 8, 2013 // 0 Comments

One of the questions we’re most frequently asked, usually via social media in reaction to a news post, is “What does Class 1 mean?” and it’s a very good question. Every organisation has its jargon and this is part of ours but it’s actually very simple. Every job that gets called in is classified by the duty controller after discussing the requirements with the caller, be they one of our neighbouring hospitals or a neighbouring more.
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