Devon Freewheelers were an incredibly important part of getting weekend GP access up and running. And, well read on for all the amazing stuff they do.
Thought I’d try (with your help 😬) to give a bit back. So, in May I’ll be walking from Exe Head on Exmoor which is about 4 miles from the Bristol Channel to the Exe Estuary on the South Devon coast.
Then in June I’m taking on the Exmoor Perambulation. 30 miles across Exmoor, following the boundary of the ancient Royal Hunting Park.
Finally in August and on my birthday I’ll be doing the 33 mile Brendon Incline, which comes with 6600ft of ascent including a disused railway that’s a constant 1:4 for 3300 ft.
- thanks for the support people.
Devon Freewheelers EVS, also known as the Blood Bikes provides a free out of hours courier service to the NHS across Devon. The service is provided mainly on motorbikes, ridden by volunteers. The Blood Bikes carry whole blood, blood and other medical samples, medication, emergency medical equipment, tissue samples for cross matching before transplant operations and donor breast milk for premature babies.The charity receives no funding from the NHS for this service and relies on public donations to be able to continue to operate.