The Leicestershire and Rutland Blood Bikes General Committee is made up of:

Oliver Cufflin (Chairman) –
Ollie is responsible for the group as a whole, making sure we achieve what we set out to do and trying to keep us moving in the right direction.

Dick Bowers (vice-Chairman) –
Dick is giving the Chairman and extra pair of eyes to the many things going on the group. Dick is also pro-active with a number of other roles in the group

Ebrahim Ahmed (Treasurer) –
Ebrahim looks after the finances and banking activities.

Richard Collyer (Operations Manager) –
Richard is responsible for day to day operational issues and all things related to our vehicle fleet. In addition Richard manages our our rotas and chases various paperwork topics.

Andy Bryant (Deputy Operations Manager) –
Andy is giving Richard some much valued support in all things operations.  There are many little “bits and pieces” we need to put into place or follow up and Andy is there to help get it all running as smoothly as possible

Elaine Bivins  (Events Co-ordinator) –
Elaine is heading up our fund raising events team. If you have any ideas for future events, or feedback on recent events please drop a mail to the events team.
If you would be willing to host an event, or are running a gala, fete and the like and would like Leicestershire and Rutland Blood Bikes to be at your event please get in touch with the team.

Mark Sampson  (collection ‘tins’ at venues) –
Mark is helping get our yellow collection “tins” into coffee shops, retail outlets, pubs and the like. Mark and the team visit locations willing to host a “tin” and make sure the tin is collected when full. If you are interested in having a collecting tin on our behalf at your venue please drop us an email and Mark will get in touch with you

Dick Bowers  (Milk Bank team & Membership) – or
Dick manages our supporters / members paperwork and details. If you are interested in knowing more about being a group members drop Dick an email
Dick also leads our work with the Birmingham Women’s Hospital and supports the collection and delivery of donated breast milk.  If you have any queries about this part of our work drop Dick an email.
Alternatively any mothers interested in donating milk can contact Birmingham Women’s Hospital on 0121 623 6870 and talk to them about how they organise donating and collections. Web site for the hospital is 

Elaine Bivins (Schools Team)
Elaine is leading and arranging visits to schools in Leicestershire and Rutland to share the news about our group and explain to children what a Blood Bike group does.
If you would like them to be part of an assembly or a school project then drop them a mail and they will get in touch with you

Jas Sodhi  (Corporate Sponsors)
Jas is looking to develop and co-ordinate relationships with local companies and corporate groups. If your company is interested in linking up with our group or offering some support in some way then Jas is your first point of call