Emergency blood bike donated to help save the lives of people in Halifax

West Yorkshire volunteer blood bikers gathered in Halifax to welcome into service a newly donated Blood Bike.

Friday, 12th November 2021, 7:00 am
Pictured are Laurence Turner and Toby Turner of Investing For Tomorrow alongside Whiteknights Chairman, Andrew Foster and Regional Manager, Matthew Butterfield.

The specially equipped, BMW R1250 motorcycle, has been provided by Halifax based financial firm Investing For Tomorrow.

Company Director, Toby Turner joined Company Chairman, Laurence Turner, himself a volunteer Blood Biker, to present the bike to the Whiteknights.

He said: “We’re delighted to provide Whiteknights with a new motorcycle to continue their remarkable ‘Out of hours’ voluntary service which benefits patients in West Yorkshire.”

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Whiteknights West Yorkshire Manager, Matthew Butterfield added. “It’s excellent to have a new bike to urgently transport blood samples and medications around Halifax. The bike goes into service this weekend and we’re very grateful to be supported by a Halifax business in this way.”

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