Furness Freemasons pay tribute to blood bikers


Furness Freemasons pay tribute to blood bikers

(by Jonathan Rees, Northwest Evening Mail, 1 June 2018)

 

The courage and dedication of a fleet of motorcyclists has been highlighted by Freemasons in Cumbria.

 

In May the area was shocked by the death of volunteer blood transport rider Russell Curwen.

The blood biker died after colliding with a car in Lancaster, leading to an outpouring of grief and support from the local community.

Three new motorbikes recently donated to the blood bikers by local provinces of the Freemasons has now been supplemented with a donation of £400, following the death of Mr Curwen. The donation was made this week to John Walker, a volunteer rider based in Barrow.

” We should all be grateful that are those who display such great public spirit in assisting our medical services. They enrich our communities “

He said: “The masons have been generous supporters of the blood bike scheme and we are very grateful for this latest donation.”

In May the area was shocked by the death of volunteer blood transport rider Russell Curwen.

The blood biker died after colliding with a car in Lancaster, leading to an outpouring of grief and support from the local community.

Three new motorbikes recently donated to the blood bikers by local provinces of the Freemasons has now been supplemented with a donation of £400, following the death of Mr Curwen. The donation was made this week to John Walker, a volunteer rider based in Barrow.

We should all be grateful that are those who …

 

read more at Northwest Evening Mail website

Furness Freemasons pay tribute to blood bikers

 

Furness Freemasons pay tribute to blood bikers

 

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