Gwynedd man devoted to NHS motorcycle charity pays thousands for new bikes after cancer diagnosis

A biker who helped start a charity to deliver medical supplies by motorcycle in North Wales has bought two new vehicles for the organisation after a terminal cancer diagnosis.
Lloyd Jones, 74, from Bala, is now too ill to make deliveries to hospitals for Blood Bikes Wales, but has spent more than £10,000 on bikes for the charity, noting: “It’s not like you can take the money with you.”
The NHS uses its own transportation system to move blood supplies, plasma, documents and other items between hospitals during the day from Monday to Friday.
Before Blood Bikes Wales was set up, it used the... read more

1 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 28
Source: Daily Post

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