News Flash! We have been nominated in the #peoplesprojects to win £30,000 to fund two new bikes for our life saving service. We now need YOUR VOTE to win in our region, so please go to the Peoples projects website and vote for us. Our project name is Wheels to save lives. Voting starts on Monday 20th March at 9am until Monday April 3rd and you can see a video of what we do and how it benefits the communities we support. The same feature will also be shown at 6pm on ITV West Country on Friday March 24th. We will remind you don't worry ! To vote - you just need an email address, or we can provide freepost voting cards if you prefer. Please share the message out to your friends and family and supporters - just contact us via our website for leaflets / posters to help publicise this fantastic opportunity.
Air Ambulance initiative In August 2015 Freewheelers EVS started working with both the Great Western Air Ambulance and the Wiltshire Air Ambulance Freewheelers EVS delivers fresh whole bloods to both organisations every night, returning any unused bloods to the Southmead Hospital blood bank, 365 days a year. The additional cost is provided free of charge to the Air Ambulances and the NHS.
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Taunton Moose International Moose members in Taunton have had another successful year in our endeavours to promote our aim of caring and sharing in our local community and at a national level. We have held various fund raising events and, while having fun, have also, thanks to all the support we have received at our events, raised money for local groups. The picture was taken at our AGM at the end of March when the men and ladies of Moose donated money £4000 to local groups. The picture shows the representatives of the groups who received the money. From the left Richard Reeves - Freewheelers, Judy Ware – Moose Lady’s Circle President, Major Sue Camp-Richards – Salvation Army, Rosie Hather- Taunton Association for the Homeless, Roger Baker – Taunton President, Vanessa Marchmant – S.U.R.E. and David Hobbs – Freewheelers.


Emergency Services Reception Freewheelers Members attending the Emergency Services Reception at Grove House which was organised by the Mayor & Mayoress of Weston-super-Mare to say a big thank you to all the Emergency services in the area. It also provided a great opportunity to network with colleges from other local services. Freewheelers would also like to thank the Mayor for their continued support as we have been their a chosen Charity in the past years. Pictured are; Mayor of Weston-super-mare Cllr Roz Willis with Freewheelers Richard Reeves, Colin Stone & Dave Hobbs.