Welcome

rfWe, Devon Freewheelers are a team of 50 volunteer Emergency Vehicle drivers who are dedicated to providing a weekday out of hours service (17.00 – 06.00) and 24/7 weekend service supporting the NHS in delivering essential Blood, Samples, Medication and Donor Breast Milk to hospitals throughout Devon.

Occasionally we are obliged to go out of county to Bristol and further afield to support the NHS. More recently, we even had two riders despatched to Great Ormond Street Hospital to complete a mission. Two riders? To ensure safe delivery we like to cover long trips with an additional rider in case of accident or unforeseen circumstances. In order to assess the REAL value of this FREE service you may like to read Felix’s Story a testimonial, voluntarily supplied.

Last year we undertook 2012 missions that saved lives by providing essential ‘supplies’ within strict time limits to enable our excellent doctors to complete their work.


This team is ably supported by a network of 30 volunteers providing call centre and essential fundraising support. Our annual budget is £150,000 which is essential in maintaining the fleet of 11 bikes and two Emergency All Terrain vehicles to the highest possible standards together with our modest HQ costs.

Consequently, the Fundraising Volunteers are an essential part of the team.

On this website, you will find details of the number of missions undertaken by month and YTD. There is also information about the vast number of fundraising events and of the wonderful and yet essential support we continue to enjoy throughout the County.

Thank you for taking the time to view our website. If you should like more information or feel that you would like to either Volunteer or contribute to the ongoing success of our team, please contact us here.


Our Motto is 'Riding for Life'

What we do

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About Us
With no government funding, we provide a free out of hours courier service to the NHS. Supported by a team of volunteers.

Our service
Find out about the different sort of jobs we undertake.

Hospital Delivery
Our impact
See where your money goes and the difference it makes to the communities in Devon & Cornwall.
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Our patron
Mark "Flymo" Hayes from the West Midland Ambulance Service has agreed to become Our Patron.

How to get involved

Get involved

Get involved
Find out how you can help, from regular giving to volunteering. There are many ways that you can help to support us and it doesn’t necessarily mean giving money.

Fundraising
Everything you need to start fundraising today.

Get Involved
Volunteer With Us
Have you got some time to give to our cause...
Donations
Donate
There are many ways you can make a doantion to us

 

Our Latest News
On Saturday 25th October, Devon Freewheelers were the guests of Newton Abbot Rugby Club for their game against Exmouth. We have been selected as the clubs nominated charity for the…
We would like to pay our respects to the family of Linda Bellingham who sadly passed away on October 19th 2014. Some of our members had the opportunity to meet…
The Beehive in Honiton are pleased to announce they are holding a Charity Jazz concert in support of Devon Freewheelers. With popular songs from Cole Porter, Gershwen, Rogers and Hart…
On Sunday 28th September, Sainsbury's Dartmouth branch organised a quiz night to raise funds for Devon Freewheelers. This was just another in a series of events that the store have…
Organisers of the Sampford Peverell Historic Vehicle Show which was held in August were delighted to present the Devon Freewheelers today with a Cheque for £1,050.30; monies raised by the…
As part of the commemorations of the start of world war 1 The Royal British Legion Riders’ Branch has commissioned a copper wreath hand crafted by a blacksmith.