We are one of the founding member groups of the Nationwide Association of Blood Bikes, also referred to as NABB. NABB are not a regulator (Blood bikes services are currently an unregulated service) so membership is not a requirement to operate. They exist to provide a supportive umbrella to assist new and existing groups to develop and achieve their suggested standards in order to be a member.
As well as 'NABB' groups there are also some new and long serving independent organisations who operate entirely to their own standards. These groups can sometimes be a little harder to find and make contact with so we are happy to provide a link to the ones we know of here. Links to all of these organisations is provided as a resource only. The details provided are sent to us by the organisations concerned. It is worth pointing out that some groups offer a very high standard of service and even meet all of the professional standards required to be a member of NABB, but for whatever reason have decided they would prefer to remain as they are, independent in their own right. Each name is a link through to the individual websites:
The official blood bike groups who serve the south west under an official service level agreement to the NHS, beware of impersonators.
Blood bike groups covering outside of the South West region