Message from a supporter

The mail below was sat in our inbox when we logged on this morning. The sender has agreed for it to be published as long as we maintain their anonymity.

I’d just like to wish you all a Merry Christmas. I have to admit when all this started I was thinking you were just a bunch of bitter bastards who had an axe to grind. That didn’t stop me visiting the site almost daily to see what your latest insane ramblings were. As time has gone on though I have started to think that there is something behind what you are publishing. I have been a rider for NWBB for a few years now and as I look back at things that have happened in the past and read what others say I am believing more and more that you are telling us the truth. I have heard what some of the committee have said and now think they are just trying to cover for their own mistakes. They have now got to the stage where they can’t even keep to the same script one minute they have taken action and removed people to protect the charity but then we are told that no one was kicked out and they all resigned. I smell bullshit somewhere and it’s not coming from you lot. You wouldn’t say the committee had broken rules if they hadn’t and I’m pretty sure that someone like the data protection people wouldn’t say there were problems if there wasn’t any. Although there is another group on my doorstep I am going to remain a member of NWBB as I want to continue the work for my local hospitals but I won’t support the committee or trustees until they prove their honesty or are replaced. Keep up the good work in 2019 and I am proud to call myself one of your supporters and will help you in anyway I can.

It is always nice to hear from visitors to the website. Some mails can’t be published due to the abuse and threats aimed out our contributors. If you have something constructive to add to the site, or just want to share you’re experiences, feel free to get in touch with our team.

Merry Christmas to you all. Hopefully you have managed to get into the festive spirit, even if you were one of those volunteers giving up your free time to help others during the holidays.

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