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Having turned 30 back in November, 2015 will always be remembered as a special year here at Carole Nash.

 

We care deeply about the biking community and to mark this important milestone in our history, we decided to make donations to some charities that are particularly close to our hearts.

 

Five Blood Bikes groups across the UK (Manchester, Nottinghamshire, Scotland, Leicestershire and Rutland, Dumfries and Galloway) each received £6,000 to help them grow their existing fleet of emergency motorcycles. Blood Bikes volunteers work tremendously hard to save lives and we were honoured to meet with representatives when we called in last month.

 

Road safety charity, Brake, was on the receiving end of a £3,000 donation from Carole Nash in a bid to help them continue the fantastic work they do to stop the needless deaths and serious injuries that happen on roads every day here in the UK. 

 

As we are very proud of our Northern roots, we also donated money to four charities based in or around the Greater Manchester area. The Christie Hospital received £10,500, the North West Air Ambulance charity was awarded £7,500, the Counseling and Family Centre in Altrincham was handed a cheque for £6,000 while Forever Manchester received £3,000!

 

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Having turned 30 back in November, 2015 will always be remembered as a special year here at Carole Nash.

 

We care deeply about the biking community and to mark this important milestone in our history, we decided to make donations to some charities that are particularly close to our hearts.

 

Five Blood Bikes groups across the UK (Manchester, Nottinghamshire, Scotland, Leicestershire and Rutland, Dumfries and Galloway) each received £6,000 to help them grow their existing fleet of emergency motorcycles. Blood Bikes volunteers work tremendously hard to save lives and we were honoured to meet with representatives when we called in last month.

 

Road safety charity, Brake, was on the receiving end of a £3,000 donation from Carole Nash in a bid to help them continue the fantastic work they do to stop the needless deaths and serious injuries that happen on roads every day here in the UK.

 

As we are very proud of our northern roots, we also donated money to four charities based in or around the Greater Manchester area. The Christie Hospital recieved £10,500, the North West Air Ambulance charity recieved £7,500, the Counselling and Family Centre in Altrincham was handed a cheque for £6,000 while Forever Manchester recieved £3,000. 

 

 

 

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