We are sorry to lose Patrick from the team but invite interested persons to either give us a call on 0844 500 9699 for a chat, or see the Charity website by clicking here. We are looking to build the team numbers up again and this takes time, as we must take our turn in having access to the training programmes the ambulance service privide.

Four months after they moved to their new Bransgore home, our Bees are providing their first jars of “Bransgore First Responder Honey”.

Bransgore Rotary donated to us, the money for five hives to be located at Harrow Wood Farm. The proceeds from the honey will cover the costs of jars and labels and, at the request of Bransgore Rotary the remainder will go the South Central Ambulance Charity to benefit Bransgore Community First Responders and their equipment needs. A truly non-profit making sustainable project.

The First Responders Honey, from our contented Bransgore Bees, is available from The Coffee House in Betsy Lane Bransgore, and The Burley Tea Rooms in Ringwood Road Burley in return for a £5 donation, but it is going quickly. More will be available through the summer as soon as the bees can produce it. – Truly fresh!

Keep a watch out for our superb natural product with its distinctive labels as shown below.
Thanks, as always, to Bransgore Rotary for their ongoing support for our group and our team for giving their energy to this fund raising project.

HoneyFor medical emergencies, such as chest pain, Severe breathing difficulty, Severe blood loss, Choking or blacking out, Dial 999 immediately

For other illnesses and injuries Call 111 for advice or contact your GP or out-of-hours GP service or seek advice from your pharmacist for self-care, Make your own way to your local A&E, minor injuries unit or walk-in centre for minor injuries.


Mike & the team