Whilst delivering milk today our rider Graham met a gentleman in the lift. The gentleman asked: “Are you the chap who delivers all the milk?” Graham replies “Not usually me sir, more often my mate Derek but I have the privilege today.” “Oh thats great! He saved my boy’s life two days ago; his mother can’t express and he needed DBM urgently, .....read more.
Our volunteers come from all walks of life. But one thing that unites us is our belief in safe motorcycle riding and the maintaining of our high safety standards. Two of our members continued this tradition on Wednesday, attending a Surrey Police BikeSafe course. The theory refresher and the chance to be assessed by advanced .....read more.
On 7th July we conducted a training session for several of our members on the process of restocking the Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance. This training covered the collection and delivery of the product along with the documentation process. The members were also informed of the safety procedures required on an active airfield. During out time at the .....read more.
The team have been busy today meeting the public and sharing information on what we do at BikeFest South. The sun was shinning on what turned out to be a fantastic event although a little passing rain shower cooled things down later in the day. We also had a surprise visit from Dr Luke Wheatley, Paramedic Charlie Leahy with pilots Adam Smith and Graham Robinson who are our .....read more.
On the 30th May, 12 of our members attended a Biker Down course held at Guildford Fire Station. The course was conducted by Surrey Fire and Rescue Service in collaboration with members of Wey Valley Advanced Motorcyclists ( WVAM ). Thanks to the Surrey Biker Down team, our members left trained in valuable life saving skills and feeling confident they could assist .....read more.
On Tuesday 2nd May SERV Surrey & South London were delighted to be able to assist fellow Blood Runner Groups with the transportation of blood samples from Countess of Chester Hospital in Chester to Kings College Hospital, Denmark Hill in London. The sample left Countess of Chester Hospital at 10.00 carried by Shropshire and .....read more.
Thanks to Fin and his team at Fins Motorcycles in Redhill, who have fabricated custom brackets and fitted sturdy racks to our 2 Triumph Tiger 800 fleet bikes. These will allow the bikes to carry 2 boxes of blood, blood products or fresh frozen breast milk safely and securely. https://www.finsmotorcycles.co.uk